I finished and framed Curious Bunny by Teresa Kogut at the weekend.
I used another frame bought from The Range, they only sell standard sizes and I would have gone for a slightly smaller one given the choice but, I'm happy with how it came out.
I used the glass in this one as I might keep it out all the time, I did place some spaces so that the glass isn't touching the stitching.
(There is shadow on the bunny, the thread colour is all the same)
Sunday just past was Mother's Day here in the UK. My girls treated me to all my favourite hair products from The Body Shop as well as flowers and some delicious things to eat. Jenny made me an afternoon tea box and Stevie gave me a very artistic lemon cake, the boys also gave me several bags of my favourite Drumsitck Squashies sweets, yum! I will have to use all my will power to not eat them all at once, lol.
Bonnie made me this wonderful art work.
Stevie's artfully decorated cake
Lovely afternoon tea in a box
How lovely and spoiled was I?!!
Yesterday was a Bonnie day, the rain kept off so we met Jenny and Arty at the park
It's really hard to get photos of Arty, he won't look at the camera
The recent heavy rain has left some rather big puddles which they both enjoyed.
We were laughing because Arty is a good 8 months younger than Bonnie but he is so much bigger than her 😄
Bonnie wearing the hat I knitted the other week
Like I said, Arty won't smile for the camera so I had to be crafty to get his photos.
He is such a typical boy, into everything and not frightened to explore, just a perfect lovable little monkey, you certainly need your wit's about you when you take him out though!
Awww he looks so much like Jenny did at this age, except Jenny had curly hair. Oliver is the spitting image of his dad but Arty is just like Jenny.
See you soon.