Now We Wait…
7 responses to “Now We Wait…”
well….I do have one that I use for vacations and trips (to stay in contact). I took some pictures of my birds today – I'm sending them to my friend who gave me the bird kit. If I get around to posting it, I'll let you know 😉
The birds were a Martha Stewert kit, but they are so simple that I'm sure you could just use pom-pom's for the body, brown or black pipe cleaners for the feet and different colored felt for the beaks and tails. Now you've got me thinking…I see a trip to Michael's Craft Store in my future! 🙂
what kind of birdies did you make, sarah? wish you had a blog, I'd love to see!
Looks lovely – My classroom made the transition from winter to spring this week. Penguins and snowflakes were packed away – Now I just need a good twig to put the little birdies I made on.
It's easier to blow out eggs if you use a skewer or something to break up the yolk — and you can use something else to blow out the yolks too – I think I have used something like a little ear syringe when I had a pysanky egg kit.
Very pretty display –
You probably don't want to hear that my forsythia bush & apricot tree (in Eastern WA) are blooming today. It's too early, anyway, but it's pretty.
I like your display!
That book on the far end looked familiar and then when I read the title I knew why, for we have that same exact book too!
Love it! Now I have to go google blowing out eggs. 🙂
Oh, what a good idea. I also have a bush that I *think* is a forsythia. I'm going to go out and pick some branches today and in a few weeks we can compare results. 🙂 Your buffet is such a perfect place to celebrate the seasons. (I think I will pick some willow twigs, too, just in case the forsythia don't work out…)