It must be time to show those Easter egg wraps again!
These are so easy to make and it really jazzes up a regular egg.
There is a full tutorial on how to make the Daisy flower here.
A piece of card isn't quite long enough but easy enough to put the join to the back
or hide with decorative paper.
It's a great way to really personalise an Easter egg.
Thank you for all the comments on Sunday Giveaway,
a winner will be announced before Easter so please check back.
I was AWOL yesterday as busy taking Elliott to hospital for his
MRI check, he needs these every six months.
We passed some of the waiting time playing cards - I won!
Elliott has battled with anxiety ever since he became ill and has coped really well,
but sadly yesterday he experienced some real panic attacks in the MRI so we've
chosen to postpone it for a week or two.
It's a hiccup but we will be back on track again soon, in between I pop
a cardboard box on his head each evening - yes... seriously!
This 'therapy' (recommended by a psychologist) worked brilliantly last time so we are going
for it again - I'm tempted to decorate the box with a few Easter flowers and butterflies!
Take care friends - happy crafting!