Sunday, June 5, 2016

May craft report.

To me, it felt like May was over in mere minutes after it began. I can't believe how fast it flew by. I don't really feel like I was all that productive craft wise but I did get some things done.

I made 2 butterfly magnets and 5 plaques.

The stripes on the flag plaque are fabric strips. The two bottom plaques are copies of ones I've already done but thought they were worth repeating.The one with the key has a much different look than the first one I did but the key and the saying are like the first one I made.

Update on my garden (or should I say lack of). Apparently the rabbit who didn't care for pepper plants changed his mind when he came back and found that tomatoes were no longer on the menu. My pepper plant now matches my two tomato plants.

17 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

YES! You are back to showing your crafts! I love them all, but my favorites are the yellow one and the one with sunflowers. Where would you get plastic strips? That is one hungry rabbit!

Jeanne Pursell said...

These are all great Ann! I haven't had much time for anything except my newest addiction...have you checked out the latest from Stampington.com? They have a new publication called The Coloring Studio. I absolutely love it and they have just released their second edition...as of June 1st. The only two places I know that you can purchase it is Barnes and Noble and JoAnn Fabrics.

I haven't even finished the Premier Edition yet, but am headed out tomorrow in search of the new one!

Happy Sunday!!

Sandra said...

RIP poor pepper plant. bring on the wire ... my two favorites are the one with the key and the jar... they are all beautiful.. you did good for the month of May... August will be here before you know it so get going on JUNE... getter done

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Your May projects are awesome Ann. I think I like the flag best this time 'round. And as for the pepper plant...hmmmm. That's too bad.

Jen said...

I know exactly what you mean - May was one of those whiplashers for sure ;o) Love that flag!

Out on the prairie said...

Lots of good ideas

Marg said...

WE really like your May projects.
That bad rabbit. He needs to go eat someone else's garden. Guess you need an enclosure. Have a great day.

Grace said...

Still lovin' the flowers in a jar...that is just so marvelous; the best one ever.

Sandee said...

Loved them all. You're so talented.

Sorry about your pepper plant. The rabbit thanks you though.

Have a terrific day. Big hug to you and tons of scritches to Gibbs. ♥♥♥

Im Downtown said...

I'm sorry about your plants! Maybe some wire across the top of new plants would help?? Love your crafts, too!

BeadedTail said...

I love the flowers in the jar but they're all great! Very creative! Your bunny needs to go to the Garden of Eatin in Texas - Mister's Garden!

Lin said...

Ugh. Rabbits. :(

Love the crafts! You are very productive...and talented.

Ratty said...

I like the flag part of your picture. The arrangement of the stars caught my eye. I wish I knew of a way to keep rabbits away from plants. I'm not sure there is a good one.

Duni said...

I think you've been plenty crafty Ann :)
Love those plaques!

Eva Marie O'Brien said...

These decorations looks great, I like the colour scheme you are using

Connie said...

Hi Ann, Love the plagues, you are so creative. Now, about the rabbit. If you visit your animal shelter you may be able to pick up a trap that will catch the rabbit, but not hurt him. Then you can either take the rabbit back to them, or turn it loose out in the country far away from your garden. My husband borrowed traps from them to catch wild cats that were multiplying around his office at work. They worked very well.
Happy Gardening.
Connie :)

handmade by amalia said...

My May flew by quickly as well, but you got a lot done, Anne! And it is all lovely.
Amalia
xo

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