Very cool – Saffron meringue chicks at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories. Thanks to Farah for the heads up.
Tea eggs for the holidays at The Kitchen.
Craftzine – how to make onion eggs.
List of Easter projects at How About Orange.
· comments  · 04-5-2007 · categories:craft · holidays ·
// Apr 5, 2007 at 10:13 am
Talking about graffiti: I just discovered Ulrika Erdes.
She cross-stitches or embroiders words/images onto seats, etc in public places. You can check out her site here: http://www.ulrikaerdes.se/
She also provides simple cross stitch patterns.
// Apr 6, 2007 at 5:34 am
// Apr 7, 2007 at 4:13 pm
One of the blue eggs made me think of my Mom who has benn gone for 8 years.
That isn’t the point of the post, but it is a wonderful side benefit for me.
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