Oh how busy we've been. Crafting up a storm.
School holidays are in full swing and we have been little worker bees creating all sorts of Eastery goodies.
Our wheatgrass we planted a week ago is growing at a cracking pace, almost in need of a mow.
Our Washi Eggs are drying slowly, with a lovely sheen appearing all over. Great instructions can be found over at Martha's, and I can highly recommend making these. Hard to stop at just one, I already have a half dozen from a previous year. All these need now are a little hook and they will be ready to add to our tree.
The birdhouses are finally finished, ready for Easter morning. If anyone is interested, I've kept the templates for the birdhouses and mama chicks and will happily email them through. Easy enough to put together and fast if you leave out the rough decorative hand sewing. I was aiming for a more rustic birdhouse design you see...
And the teeniest bunny is waiting, watching and hoarding carrots.
Needle felting has made a small come back here of an evening, but after making half a dozen inch high creatures, I may well be done. Tricky to multi task. Reading subtitles on DVD's and wielding a long, sharp, fast moving needle don't seem to go together. My poor fingers have been stabbed just a bit too much.
Now off to make chocolate bilbies, ready to dip in a Easter latte.