Term one is over and with Easter the holidays have started…
We spent Easter Sunday with family and a trip to the beach. In between eating chocolate that is.
After the second tropical cyclone in as many weeks, the weather was superb, and the beach laden with treasures for the finding.
The children and my brothers made a beach hut over three days. It was a architectural feat and a sight to behold!
It was ALMOST warm enough for swimming. For me it was perfectly warm enough for photography 🙂
There’s been plenty of making taking place now school’s out. The children have been making some very nice mice... these are much tidier than the slime they spent yesterday concocting!
This is a lovely free sewing pattern from Ann Wood, lots of fun and suitably small and cute!
They look pleased with their efforts don’t they?
Billy doesn’t look so happy with his new make… Maia lovingly crafted this finger knitted scarf just for him (matches the mice!).
In other projects at our house, my Hygge is coming along well:
I really enjoy making the cross stitch on crochet. I’ve never cross stitched before, but its very relaxing (once you get the stitches in the right place that is). The single crochet is getting a little mind numbing, but easy to work on in front of the TV after work in the evenings 🙂
What are you working on, any good holiday projects for kids you can recommend?