Ukrainian Easter eggs are called "pysanky," singular -"pysanka" meaning "things that are written upon." They are not painted, but rather produced by a complex wax-resistant dying process. The symbols and colors have special meaning. Designs can be very simple or extremely detailed.

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Baba's Beeswax
Supplier of basics tools needed for making Ukrainian Easter Eggs. Offers kits, teaching aids, books and publications.
Best Pysanky
Offers hen, goose, emu and ostrich decorated shells, as well as wood, porcelain, plastic, stone and crystal varieties. Pysanky supplies, stands, instruction and kits.
Pysanky and Batik Eggs by Dore
Gallery of previously sold and current eggs, with history and order information.
Pysanky by Lorrie Popow
Traditional and contemporary designs made from quail, chicken, goose, rhea and ostrich eggs.
Pysanky Collectibles
Hand-decorated original designs for sale along with tools, supplies and instruction book. Classes offered locally in Fleetwood, Pennsylvania.
Pysanky Jewels
Handmade earrings, necklaces, pins, and eggs of all sizes in pysanky style by Stephanie Astalos-Jones.
Pysanky Showcase
Offers traditional, contemporary and Celtic designs that have been dyed or etched. Also information on symbols and a how-to guide.
Ukrainian Gift Shop
Retailer of egg decorating supplies required for the art of pysanky. Includes kits, books, dyes, and kistky.
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