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We had fun today, a few of the girls that were going to come couldn't make it, but we still had a fun time. We met here and then headed over to The Daily Bread Bistro for lunch and then back to the studio for some Make-n-Takes I had planned, plus a cheesecake dessert.
This cute little basket was one of the projects. I got the tutorial from Crafting Clare's Paper Moments. So cute isn't it?
I'll show you the other two projects over the next couple days.
Speaking of eggs…ok well I might not have said eggs…but there were eggs in the basket. Look at these beauties…
We have 3 dozen in the fridge…
I gotta make some deviled eggs, but fresh eggs are a pain to peel so not sure how perty they will be.
I don't know if I ever said that when our neighbors that had chickens, ducks and burros lived next door (they have since moved) one hen came over every day and rooted around in the yard, she'd hop over and go to bed each night and be back the next day. The first time I saw her I was afraid it was Stella and had to go check but it wasn't. Well the other day Jeff was cleaning up under the trees and there were 17 eggs. I felt so bad cause they would have probably been chicks in there cause they had roosters (or maybe not…maybe that is why she came over here every day to get away from them). Jeff carefully put them in an old ice cream bucket and threw them away, I said don't break them cause they would have stunk to high heaven.
Have a blessed Sunday and thanks for stopping in.
Those eggs are so pretty! How can you bear to break them open? lol Love the little basket too. Will have to make them for my nieces.