As you can see my love affair with natural cardboard continues!! I took a rare day away from the office today to spend at home crafting in silence. I LOVE having those rare few hours to myself... not having to talk, not having to listen. Out of the silence a little cardboard lamb was born - who said sheep can't be square :)
We're getting ready for the visit of the Easter Bunny here - egg cozies at the ready!! I actually made this felt easter bunny last year but he's only come out to play now..... and he's brought his own carrot :)
It's 'officially' the first day of spring here, one of my favourite times of year, so I love celebrating Easter with fun crafts and decorations! Here are 14 of my favorite Easter pins from this week's hunting gathering. It would be fun to have a craft day and make them all with Molly and her lovely pals! click through to see all
I have a special freebie for you now, Easter Bunny and Easter Chick Printable Treat Boxes - to say a great big Thank You for your continued support for all things MollyMoo and... because cuteness just 'has' to be shared!!
Easter Crafts.... too soon? too soon? The sun hasn't set on St Patrick's Day and here I am talking Easter! This Easter Garland is actually something Molly and I made last April but posting it after the bunny had returned to Easter Island seemed a bit pointless, so I sat on it until now. Forgive me :) How to make an Easter Garland from paper egg blanks. A fun kid-friendly decoration to get everyone in the mood to welcome the Easter Bunny
What fun I had today watching MissMolly making 'Leprechaun Poo" as she called it - totally messy green gooey fun, which she doesn't get to do often enough. Witnessing her enjoy the total freedom to plop, splash, and cover herself from head to toe, and listening to the belly laughs, was just the best fun ever - happiness is :)
Inspired by a recent trip to the cinema to see the latest Tinkerbell & The Pirate Fairy story I decided to make another pirate ship - a ship that was possible to make within one hour, with no papier mache or painting...... and this is how it turned out! Cardboard Box to Pirate Ship in less than 1 hour for hours of endless play