With tea in hand I welcome you all! I sure hope you'll sit for a while
and enjoy your time with me.
I noticed that my last post earned me 59 readers and new "followers".
I thank you!
Before I forget again I don't want to leave out the appliqué project I mentioned.
Thank you for bringing that to my attention.
These are the mug mats I was working on. I enjoyed making them and love the fabric I used for the backing. I like it so much so that I made a few masks with it as well as other items.
I plan on making a few more mats.
I am on to making this little thread catcher using fabric scraps and a recycled plastic cup that the icing comes in Pillsbury cinnamon rolls. Yup! You got it! I don't throw too much away.
Can you see the plastic cup? I plan on adding a little embroidery on it and it will have a lid on it. That's what the circles are.The vase with flowers were from my other half and the bunnies I made a few years ago.
It was a wonderful Easter!
We finally able to visit with my kids and grand kids with lots and lots of hugs. It was a full house but oh so enjoyable! On Sunday we got to see our daughter and her family. We met Ellie for the first time...my new grand dog is precious. I would have taken her home.
I felt like a " grown-up" venturing out on my own. So happy to have received our 2nd vaccine!
What's in the oven you ask..
Well I decided to try my hand at whoopee pies. I'm not much of a fan as I think they are too dry.
But this recipe was pretty moist and I used a peanut butter filling.
I must admit they were pretty tasty.
The next time I make these I will use a smaller scoop.
Before I end this I just want to thank all of you for spending your time with me...
I am so grateful for all of you.
A Bientot for now
But I will be back soon.