We ate and ate and ate.
The Easter Bunny paid us a visit and left plenty of goodies in our baskets.
My boys decided to taste test each Peep bunny individually for me.
I put the finishing touches on the boys' pants. At least I didn't wait 'til the last second...
I started using plain grosgrain ribbon for tags in their pants. So far, so good...no one had his pants on backwards!
I thought I'd try a little Bakerella-ish experiment.
They were supposed to be fluffy chicks, not scary furry blobs.
Can you tell?
I also learned this weekend that I'll be one of the official crafters on S.Y.T.Y.C. I'll share the tutorial for my gingham placemats soon!
those chicks came out cute! I'm happy you are going SYTYC. I voted for you!ReplyDelete
i do love those blobby/fluffy chicks! congrats on sytyc!ReplyDelete
Did I see some pierogi next to the sausage???ReplyDelete
Congrats on SYTYC - can't wait to see what you can come up with!ReplyDelete
cute stuff! wish I was there. those chicks are too cute.ReplyDelete
Pierogi & Kielbasa? Yum, Yum, Yum! My Mom's side is Polish so we HAVE to have kielbasa on Easter but only make pierogi for Christmas. Did you see the pierogi article in Martha this month? I was so excited to see it! Congrats on SYTYC.ReplyDelete
I love the chicks, I can tell. Adorable. That watermelon looks yummy!ReplyDelete
The little chicks are so cute!!! And I could totally tell they were chicks too, not blobs. :)ReplyDelete
Congrats on the SYTYC!! How fun!!
Love the chicks and congrats!!!ReplyDelete
the chicks are darling! looking forward to see you on sytyc...i voted for you too!ReplyDelete
Congratulations! You can so tell those are chicks. Very cute. :)ReplyDelete
So, are the chicks donut holes with frosting and coconut??ReplyDelete
great idea with the grosgrain ribbon. I think the bakerella experiment came out cute. they don't look scary to me.ReplyDelete
Congrats on SYTYC. Looking forward to it.
I think the chicks are super-cute and not scary at all!ReplyDelete
Those chicks are just adorable!ReplyDelete
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Those chicks look great! Love all your project ideas. Also like that the boys made sure the Peeps were safe for you to partake, very considerate of them. ( :ReplyDelete