A couple Sundays ago, Heidi came over for an afternoon craft session. There was yarn. There was glue. There was fun.
Lola would like you to know that she helped too.
The resulting yarntastic egg wonder is up on I Love to Create’s blog, where I’ll be posting tutorials once a month. Wahoo! This is an exciting new adventure for me, so I hope you will pop over and check it out. While you are over there be sure to poke around. You’ll find oodles of other great ideas from bloggers using some of my favorite standby craft supplies like Tacky Glue and Tulip paint. In fact, while I was getting ready to launch this post, I discovered another yarn egg tutorial featuring a different method altogether (so check that one out too!)
Is it weird to post an Easter craft on Saint Patrick’s day like this? I don’t think Saint Patrick would mind. I’m not entirely sure what leprechaun’s think of Easter eggs, but I’m pretty sure they would approve. I suspect, if a unicorn could lay eggs, I’m pretty sure this is what they would look like. I’m not sure that leprechauns and unicorns are best buds but they both hang out by rainbows, and, for a good two years in the 80’s there was a unicorn on the cover of Lucky Charms cereal boxes, and that makes them Irish for sure.
Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Daoibh, Unicorns!