Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Easter Cupcake Crafting

The cupcake crew got together recently for a little Easter craft project.  Here is the prototype that Jill brought.


Before crafting, it is important to take nourishment.  Starbucks makes the best scones.


We received an unexpected package in the mail from our Illinois friend Mary Beth - how exciting.


So many nice surprises in cute handmade bags.


She sent 2 egg coloring books and we each received a wonderful project bag, candy, kleenex and a wonderful note.  Thank you Mary Beth!  We wish you were here with us.


After all that excitement we needed more nourishment, lol.   Susan made cheddar cheese soup and served it with bacon, cheese, and broccoli - delish


On to crafting.  We wound fuzzy green yarn around hard green styrofoam wreaths.


We then decorating them with plastic and candy eggs.  Jill made these cute picks on the computer, how clever is that?

This is Jills.  She is going to use it as a candle wreath.
 

Here is mine.


Thanks Jill for a fun craft project.


How about wearing it as a hat?  The Easter Parade is coming to town.


Here is mine on my front door.  Let's pretend that is not me in the robe, lol.


I briefly reported last week that poor coco had a belly ache.  After not eating for 2 days, she was kept in the hospital and re-hydrated and put on antibiotics.  They don't know what she got into, but it was bad; and she had it good (bad).

After a couple days of this:


Hooray, she's back to her old self.  I'm so grateful.


You still have time to enter my giveaway for a CD of the quilts of the AQS show in Lancaster; click here.

See you Friday!

16 comments:

  1. Cute wreaths. I'm so glad to hear that your sweet pup is feeling better now.

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  2. Cute Spring wreaths...a wonderful welcome for your front door!

    Happy to hear puppy is feeling better!

    :-) Carolyn

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  3. You girls have the best days together!!!
    Glad Coco is on the mend.

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  4. Reading your blog today made me quite hungry! Scones look wonderful. So glad your hunk of puppy love is feeling better.

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  5. What fun wreaths...and mail!

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  6. Your group sure has the neatest, fun ideas! I'm glad CoCo is feeling better too. Nice robe.

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  7. I had to close my eyes when you showed the food goodies. LOL
    Your wreath projects are really cute.

    Poor CoCo. I hope she stays away from whatever she got into!
    Our knucklehead is nursing a broken tail after getting it shut in the car door. Ouch!
    Vet bills..double ouch!

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  8. It seems like even the dogs are getting sick with this crazy weather! Glad to hear she is better.
    Awesome decorations!Looks like a fun day.

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  9. Love the wreaths, they're so fluffy! You have the best time with your friends! I'm glad to hear Coco is on the mend, that would have been a scare.

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  10. The wreaths are so fun; I didn't even know that yarn came like that!
    Happy to hear that Coco is better :)

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  11. so happy to hear that Coco is better. quite a fright when our furry friends aren't feeling up to snuff, isn't it~!?

    your easter decorations are totally making me want to get out my spring decroating stuff~! and those scones look so-o-o good. i'm going to have to make some now~!

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  12. What a fun project, with so many uses!

    I'm so glad to hear about Coco, I was wondering how she was.

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  13. Poor little Coco -- I'm glad she's feeling better. That Easter wreath is Adorable! I love the cute colors and the fact that the yarn looks so much like grass -- FUN!

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  14. Good food, a fun craft and friends - sounds like a great way to spend the day! Glad coco is feeling better.

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  15. So glad your puppy is feeling better. Quilting and an animal lover - what more can you ask for?

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