Monday, March 31

Here a bunny... there a bunny!

We had a heavy, cold, blanket of snow to greet us Sunday morning...
I drew this little friend.
Just a little reminder that Spring is just around the corner.
I'm not sure which corner... but it is coming!
The Red Wing Blackbirds keep reminding me~

Bunnies are still munching on the cuttings we toss on the compost pile...
They're itching to visit the REAL veggie garden!

We have had some beautiful night skies...
Crisp & clear!

Love how this little sparrow is sticking her chin out~

Lambs will be spotting the fields soon!

I say a little prayer for you and give thanks~

This bunny has a sweet tooth!

Wee mouse sharing her heart~
Hope your week is off to a great start!

Saturday, March 29

Penny for your thoughts!

A little note to say hello!
Hope your SPRING is off to a great start!
(I know it will arrive here soon... the Red Wing Blackbirds tell me so~)

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend~

Friday, March 14

Needle felted Spring chicks!

Cities are preparing for their St. Patrick's Day parades...
So are my fuzzy little friends!

They want to add a little Springtime into our March!

They are cheery and bright yellow!

Some have fancy hairstyles!

Added these little loves to my Etsy shop...

Fields of daisies soon...
White 'stuff' from the blizzard will melt away and 
nourish the wild flowers~

Wishing you a wonderful weekend!

Sunday, March 9

Paper clay beaks tutorial...

It won't be quiet for long!
Little wool chicks are patient... but they have a lot to say!

Paper clay is easy, clean & light~
Once dry, it can be sanded & painted.

I have used Scotch Quick-dry Adhesive (acid free) for years.
It has a small tip. Doesn't make craft papers soggy... quick tack.
Little bit goes a long way & it holds great!

Made a little tinfoil tray for my beaks.
Muffins came out of the oven... I turned it off & put my beaks on the oven rack.
Closed the oven door.
By the time the oven cooled down my beaks were dry!

I only needed 6 beaks.
Fifteen minute job...
Once I started playing with the clay~ I couldn't stop!
So easily distracted!
Bunny heads are air-drying. 
They are tinfoil balls covered with paper clay.

Hope your day has been wonderful~