What better way to sell aprons than to set stuff on fire, right?
We cracked a few eggs, too. LITERALLY!
So, if you’re a person who’s easily offended by exploding yolks, don’t go any further.
Seriously, though. The egg breaking photos are pretty awesome.
My neighbor Kristen Rigney owns City Sparrow where you can buy retro styled, HAND MADE, aprons & pot holders. …one pot holder actually got a little singed during this shoot.
The idea behind this shoot is to illustrate the follies of an unskilled housewife.
..or online at www.etsy.com/shop/CitySparrow.
Let the eggsploding begin!The egg got everywhere. The ceiling, the floor 15 feet away from Kristen, on my shirt. I got a little of the white on my camera, too, but none in my hair, surprisingly. Obviously, Kristen wasn’t so lucky.
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