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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

More fillers

Above you can get a better look at the flower beads
and below you can see the word I choose for this

- With Easter being on the way, perhaps you might like to play with a few of these ideas...

  - There's a cute crocheted bunny HERE.

- THESE little bunnies would be adorable done with crochet cotton and added to your Easter cards.

 - And how about THESE cute little bunnies!

- I HAD to show you THIS one - if only so you could see the adorable little baby!!

 - We can't leave out little chicks, so how about THIS adorable one?  Or THESE?

- How about a sweet little Easter basket?  Thrift store shopping at its best!  Or maybe you'd prefer THIS one?

 - And finally, THESE are just plain cuteness in a jar!

Today your quote is from Budda.... "What is the difference between "I like you" and "I love you"?  Beautifully answered by Budda...When you like a flower, you just pluck it.  But when you love a flower, you water it daily.  One who understands this, understands life"


  1. Your 'Intrigue' block is just right, the letters and the flowers with their stems and leaves compliment each other beautifully.
    So many bunnies and chicks so little time!
    Thanks for all the cuteness.

  2. More beautiful details Mary Anne! Looking forward to seeing the completed block! Christine x

  3. I admit, you made me look at the calendar to see how many weeks until Easter. I saved your filler floral too. Love this motif.
    xx, Carol

  4. Hi Mary Anne!

    It seems that I'm finally able to post a comment. Your new cover photo is lovely! Great use of photos!

  5. I do like the little designs you are posting. Got to try some soon. Thanks again for sharing. Lots of Easter links.

  6. Love your word "Intrigue" on block 5 and the seam treatments and fillers. Easter just may be one of my most favorite holidays. I love all the adorable kinks you included for bunnies and chicks. That little hat reminded me of Jar Jar Binks ears. Love the Buddha quote. We should teach all children this philosophy...along with RESPECT. Oops...get me down off my soapbox.

  7. I am waiting to see the completed project!! So many sweet little embroidery patterns!!Lovely quote too..I've copied it and posted it as my FB status :) Thank you for the same!!


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