Saturday, March 29, 2008

How Lucky Can You Get!




Even though I had no idea my life would spin out of control this last month, I signed up for an Easter Swap headed up by Heather Bluhm . She was an excellent hostess, emailing us with all the details for the swap...there were 11 women in the swap, and we were to create an Easter/Spring creation for each person in our group. Heather was the one with the enormous task of sorting and mailing for all the groups.


Well I was one LUCKY GIRL !!!! Just look at the fabulous creation I unwrapped out of the package that Heather sent:

I will do the count down backwards (so appropriate for me!!!) from day 11 to day one!


Day 11 was this Sweet little chick box from Vivian at http://www.vivswhimsy.blogspot.com/ !!

The little chick is handmade and is dressed for Easter in a sweet pink ruffled collar and a pastel party hat!! the box sits on a nest of white crepe paper and I must agree with Kecia (http://www.lemoncholys.blogspot.com/ ) it does remind me of a cupcake or sweet confection! I just can't get enough of this one...she is perched on top of one of my mercury glass candlesticks in a layer of aqua paper Easter grass! Thanks Vivian, not sure I can put this one away after Easter, she may just have to sit with me in the Studio!!! Love it!!!

6 comments:

kecia said...

i know, that paper mache chickie is so friggin cute! i don't want to put mine away either. ha ha! off to artfest on tues. probably no blogging til i get back. gonna leave the laptop at home i think. gasp! i know, but just don't want to lug it about. talk to you soon,
kecia

Susan Tuttle said...

You are a lucky girl - lovely, lovely Easter creations! They make me smile!

Susan

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

Oh, yes, leave that one out and enjoy the happy little face year round!

cindy said...

cute cute stuff! been missing ya!

c

http:/blogcabinfever.typepad.com said...

so good to see you posting:-)
Pam

Recycled Rita said...

I am glad that you got such wonderful gifts in that swap...My family and I moved in with my mom last May and it is quite a challenge to join the two houses together and learn to live with your mom again! Good Luck!
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