Another amazing week of creativity. At Sewing Club, Hannah finally finished that skirt which she started last Easter. It looks great – and she has worked incredibly hard to stitch all those ruffles neatly in place.
The rest of us made little ‘pennie pockets’ to hold Creme Eggs
Earlier in the week, at our Connexion group, Janet taught us the art of quilling and we decorated polystyrene eggs.
You start with an egg, strips of paper, and a quilling tool.
And soon we all had pretty eggs with flowers on top
Then we made Easter chick baskets
“*Ruffles And Flourishes” are preceding fanfare for ceremonial music for distinguished people [like POTUS – who gets 4 R&F before they launch into ‘Hail To The Chief’] Ruffles are played on drums and flourishes on bugles.
Hail to the Chief
He's the one we all say hail to.
We all say Hail
Cause he keeps himself so clean.
He's got the power
That's why he's in the shower
[sorry, PomPom and Frances, I do not know the proper words, only the ones sung in the film ‘Dave’!]