First things first, a blessed Easter Greeting to each of you. As I searched for a vintage Easter card for you I found it quite difficult to choose just one. I wanted the card to reflect the importance of this day in your greeting, but I can't resist showing you more cards that caught my fancy.
I wonder who styled her Easter Bonnet? Looks like she is all decked out for the Easter Parade. Can't help but picture Judy Garland walking down the street with Fred Astaire in the movie "Easter Parade".
And who can resist the children, I truly love looking at these old vintage cards and even have a scrapbook that belonged to my dear father full of these vintage postcards that my grandmother gave him when he was a child.
I could jabber and bore you for a long time about these cards, but I will go on. It has certainly been a busy month I started this little candle mat to have some hand work at night.
Monday of this last week I loaded a quilt on the quilter that belonged to a student and finished it yesterday. She was going to try to get the binding on last night to give as a birthday gift today. Sorry no picture, I forgot. Don't know how I forget those things.
And I did finish my king size Log Cabin Hearts. It used to be a NewFO in January.
It now has a new home, Angelyn and her husband really liked the quilt. She sent me a photo of it on her bed and it looked lovely with her wrought iron headboard.
Well, not much new this month but look out next month, I plan to start all sorts of projects, plus finish one or two.
Hope your journey includes lots of NewFO's. And a big THANK YOU to Barbara at Cat Patches for hosting this Challenge!