Saturday, March 22, 2008

Craftin' down the bunny trail

(**Easter bunny hand puppets)

(**refrigerator magnets. What?? You don't make refrigerator magnets at Easter time? Well. Hmmm. What can I say? It was a craft frenzy. We couldn't help ourselves.)

(**Easter bunny bookmarks)

(**I tried to convince the girls that these beauties didn't need decorating. But they wouldn't hear of it.)

(So we dyed and decorated until every fingernail was pink, purple, blue, yellow, orange or green.)

(**And, today we are going to the local feed store to hold some baby chicks.)

(**Cause we're crazy like that.)



Mom said...

Luv the crafts . . . luv the pink fingernails . . . love the conversation and LOVE you girls

Jennie said...

Look at the bunnies!! I love the pink of the egg, I wouldn't mind pink fingernails in that colour!!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like an awesome day!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like you had a great day very craftyLove the bunnies Have fun holding the chicks I love that sort of thing Happy Easter.Hugs Mary.

Lissa Jane said...

I love the fridge magnets, what a different idea for easter! lol you guys have had a crafting frenzy and aren't baby chickens the best???

who would of had to of worn gloves making those eggs.. dont like dyed fingies...

Anonymous said...

It all looks fabulous fun, makes me wish my kids were small enough to be doing that again.

Lissa, you're a squib for the glove thing, we had coloured finger nails. LOL

Have a lovely Easter, Dana and family.

Kris said...

How do you make the magnets? Looks like something the boys might enjoy.

Happy Easter,

hunnybunny said...

Those are all fabulous crafts! I thought we were doing well with the crafts here, now I know. Magnets, who knew? Hope you have a wondeful weekend.

Anonymous said...

I stumbled upon your blog and LOVE IT! I went through all of your songs and found a bunch I haven't heard BUT loved & added them to my myspace page. Please email me and let me know where you found the marble rock things to make your magnets. My kids would flip for those! LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog! It seems free spirited and natural!

Mary said...

What a fun day. Holding baby chicks at Easter is an awesome thing to do. I'm sure you all enjoyed yourselves.

Easter blessings to you and yours.

Cheryl said...

Sounds like the perfect day to me. I just knew you would have some fun going on over here at The Old Red Barn. Miss the egg dying days. Thank goodness there is a grandbaby on the way!! Happy Easter to you and your family.

Em said...

Dana, I guess you have a mix of chickens? Those eggs look like the ones we got on Friday from a lady near here who has an eclectic mix of chickens who roam all over her yard! We put them out on the table as a decoration for Easter lunch/dinner! Everyone was surprised to learn that these were naturally that color! They all wanted to know what the birds ate to make them that color!

Tipper said...

Love all the crafts-but especially the magnets-you'll have to share how to make them.