I'm taking a break from making Covid-19 masks, and enjoying a bunny cakelet and a cup of tea. Would you like to join me? I have several bunnies that you can enjoy. You may wonder why I have a fire going in Texas, in April. Well, it's because it's been so chilly!!
This pretty teacup always reminds me of Spring and of Lauren from My Wonderfully Made Blog who gifted it to me, from Stephanie's teacup exchange awhile back.
My daughter sculpted these carrots when she was in middle school. Don't they looks real??!! Aren't they beautiful? I think she should've been a sculptor!
Here are some more bunnies hopping on the plate ready for us to catch and eat!
These are some of the masks that I made for the staff of a memory care facility, that my friend Patty requested. I'm so thankful that I keep my scraps of fabric, and they brought back many memories of things that I made, and who they were for. I used a pattern from Craft Passion. Elastic is getting so scarce, but I guess there are other alternatives that you can find. Another of my friend's suggested to use flannel for the lining to keep it soft against the face.
My friend, Patty, was so grateful that I made the masks, and surprised me with a bag of gifts that she left on my porch. In it was a Palm Cross, a book that she loved, a candle, and a homemade loaf of her chocolate-y chocolate chip zucchini bread. Wasn't that so kind of her? There are so many thoughtful people in this world.
Stay well and stay safe, and God Bless You!
I am sharing with these lovely parties: