Mum often sends me photos of what she makes in her (little) free time.
You probably know she recently became en expert of corn starch clay and that she has a strong passion for all sort of nativities.
In the last photo I received I saw that she has been able to couple these two passions: she made a nativity scene with corn starch clay and other (recycled) materials.
It's a tiny scene (look at the measuring tape near it!), inspired by East (not strange, because she likes to set her nativities in all countries of the world, although this is a bit "historically wrong"!).
Love it! Oriental style rocks! :)
She made really a good job, so better than her first attempt.
What I like in all mum's works is the attention for details.
But now it's time to set aside nativities and other wintery/Xmassy things, because it's almost spring and Easter is approaching!
I hope to have time today to start some soft and stuffed bunnies I have in my mind for this season. I'm going to work again on the pattern I designed some autumns ago (you can save it from here or here, if you are interested).
Making softies... I really miss it! :)
So I'm working on bunnies for spring.
Did you find a theme to work on in this season? Flowers? Eggs? Chickens? Nests?
Let me know in the comment! :)