A post about nothing much (and Easter)

Sometimes I just want to write a post on my blog so I have an excuse not to do something I don't want to do. There are so many things I love doing (writing, photography, reading, bush walking, creating) and so many thing I don't (housework, tax, paying bills, making dinner, getting up in the morning).I put stuff off a lot. That's why I'm only just ...

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Make some Easter bunny ear bags {step-by-step tutorial}

Easter bunny ear bags

I saw this sweet, simple idea on Oh Happy Day and just knew the kids would love having a go at it. Of course, to up the difficulty factor we decided to make one for Every Kid in the Class. Because if something can be sweet and simple we like to make it as exhausting and challenging as possible. So we made 72 of these little devils. And you know ...

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Pin of the Day: 10 cute projects to get you excited about Easter

Mer Mag's DIY Bunny Basket I'm a celebrator, as you know. Birthdays, Christmas, just-because... I'm there in a heartbeat. Which makes my neglect of Easter even more profoundly sad. I just don't 'do' Easter... poor old Easter. Perhaps I'm uninspired by the gluttony of chocolate giving and a rabbit? Or maybe it's the whole 'reborn Springtime ...

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Pin of the Day: Bunny Tails

I have a Pinterest board called "Do I really want to 'do' Easter?" and the answer is "probably not". Easter works because it's a couple of eggs hidden in the garden and a really nice, relaxed breakfast. The idea of mucking that up with talc bunny footprints bouncing across the verandah or little coloured chicks or elaborate Spring-themed pastel ...

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Pin of the Day: Eggs!

Two of our hens have started laying! Yes! Two eggs a day - one large and brown (from Daffy Duck, the Isa Brown) and one small and white (from Benjamin, the bantam partridge Wynandotte). We are over the moon and having lovely golden eggs every day. Well, at least two of us are having eggs every day.We lost a hen. Literally - she's just lost. Maxi ...

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