Here is a look back at what we were doing last Easter time. I hope you all have a beautiful Easter!
I found these paper mache "eggs" for about $1.00. I bought all they had (2).
You know, I had to work in some more turquoise.
I painted one turquoise and one white.
Then I white washed the turquoise 'cause I'm cool like that.
Then I used
a bunch of leftover McDonalds napkins fancy artistic supplies
to sponge off the extra white paint.
I did not need to do this with the one I painted white, of course.
Then I just took them
into the kitchen outside and threw black paint at them.
Jackson Pollack would be proud, don't you think?
I finished them with a spritz of spray on polyurethane for durability, which is more often called upon around here than you might think.
Some of you would like to see these in a nest,
but I was afraid someone would think it was just a pile of dust bunnies, so I decided to skip it. ;)
Now sit back and indulge me, K?
Here is my Princess on her way to the Kindergarten egg hunt.
Love that sweater! I found it at a rummage sale with the tags on it!
I scored a photo of the elusive MVP while we were coloring eggs. Actually, he is a great big ham, but they get to an age when they don't necessarily want these pictures posted on the internet, ya know?
But, just to prove to you that I actually DO have 4 kids...
Isn't he cute? :)
Sugar tried to duck the camera because he didn't want evidence
of how badly he needs a hair cut. (he is hoping I will forget)(FAT CHANCE)
Princess was very serious about the whole thing.
Turkey just went ahead and ate his.