Hey guys!!! Nero here, again! I have so exited news to you – my dear blog friend ‘BUNK THE PUG’ is hosting a contest: “Easter Egg Hunt”! Yeeeeh!!! And guess what … I am a sponsor – wooow that sounds really impressive!
Bunk was asking if I would like to join the fun and I’m always ready for a game! Egg Hunting … that is going to be fun! So we are joining by giving a gift card to our shop ‘TEJESARITA’, and if you find all the eggs and are really quick, you can win really good prizes!
I am wondering where he has hide those eggs … we have so many birds in my garden, that I think I could find many, many eggs … or is it too early … birdies are still fixing their homes so I guess they are not quilt … I mean quite ready to have eggs. You know that we love birds! When we tried to think what to send to our friend to thank her about the presents she sent to us – it became a bird again!
We made this little quilt with bird in the garden because we know that Lori loves nature!
And behind the birdie is hiding in the leaves …
Because we had just found our first amazing sea glasses and some shells from the beach, we add few of them, too …
I haven’t been on the beach for a long time, because … hmmm there are often other dogs and I don’t like that … so I just show you what Teje saw on the beach …
Art of nature – I’m wordless!
So now what … I think it’s better you go for the ‘Easter Egg Hunt’ because the contest has already started. It’s not too difficult and you can win some really great things! Go go Go go now!!! I will support and engourage you! GOOD LUCK!!! You find the button also on my sidelist!
What about sewing? We have done something … finally … we just needed some special colour and of course few other basic materials. Can you guess what we have finished?
I give you a hint: it’s the green! And look we got also a great idea for a patchwork – splash spots!
I shall link at Quilt Story’s ‘Fabric Tuesday’!
Last time I showed to you the orange-white mini quilt and I was just amazed about your wonderful comments! Thank you! Thank you! You are just the best ever friends! I’m so happy that you shared your thoughts about those rhombuses and teached me that they are ‘drunken squares’ – isn’t that fun! and parallelogramms, that’s greek by the way, that’s why it’s so difficult word!
Now I think I need to rest a little bit after all these human words and maths …
Hugs and kisses! NERO & TEJE