Friday, May 9, 2008

Blooms and pins

The pink tulips are in Mom's yard.
The azalea is in my front yard along with
the wonderful columbine blooms.

This is my first attempt at a cross our VBS director had a picture of and wanted me to try as a craft for this year's Jerusalem Marketplace.
I am intrigued by it and am thinking of different finishes. So many crafts, so little time.


Jen said...

LOL!!! The same tulips, different perspective! Beautiful photos!

Have you started your 'possiblities pile' for the fair? Mine keeps growing the longer things are in bloom! Can't wait to see what we all take.

linda may said...

G'Day Martha,
I was pleased to find you back in blog land and indeed three posts since I last looked in here. Ah! Spring time Beautiful. The peg cross looks good just in the unfinished wood but there are also a good lot of possibilities for great ways to finish it.

une autre mère said...

I know this is from 3 years ago, but I just found this post after googling "clothespin cross craft," and I LOVE this one! I'm in charge of crafts for our VBS this year and I'm just wondering if you could give me some tips for making this. Did you use wood glue? Was it do-able with young kids? Any advice you could give me would be much appreciated! Thanks so much! :)