Monday, April 20, 2009
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Didn't they turn out beautiful! We didn't use eggs from our chickens, they are lovely all on their own.
Both girls received a cashmere bunny, I used the pattern from Betz White. So cute! http://www.lollychops.com/ had the cutest pencil topper patterns and the softie peeps pattern from http://stitchewe.blogspot.com/2009/03/felt-food-my-peeps-are-here-free.html.
Saturday, April 4, 2009
Thank you to the creators of my wonderful eggs! Stop by anytime!
Friday, April 3, 2009
This is my Sophie. We have 4 dogs. Two Lab mixes, a Shiba Inu and Sophie. I love all of our animals but.... I LOVE SOPHIE! She is just wonderful. (Other than the lack of consistency with pottying outside.) Sylvia, our black Lab, is such a mama. (She reminds me of Nana, the dog on Disney's Peter Pan.) She likes to give Sophie a nice bath everyday. This is what Sophie looks like after her baths. Hahaha I love it. Sophie will walk around so proud that she just had a bath from her mama.
Last weekend I did get some crafting in but only completed my crafts for the Easter Swap. I will post the pictures as soon as my partner receives them. I did receive my swap from http://www.smithfamilyx6.blogspot.com/
Thank you! I love it all! The egg is especially adorable!
I have been playing around with polymer clay. Fun Fun. My question is, how do you know when its cooked enough? My goal is to get a metal clay start up kit this year. So- I figure I need to practice all I can. Fortunately, I have found that I love it. Polymer clay, and especially Paper Clay.
It doesn't look like much but the joy it gives me is truly odd! It's like therapy, only cheaper and it works.haha I hoping to get a lot of therapy accomplished this weekend. (and housework!)