Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Happy Easter

I have been battling with two needs these last few days – the need to start a couple of new projects and the need to do nothing. The doing nothing won. Big time. On one hand wasting two days is two days wasted, but on the other hand it’s also two days rested (which is a good thing considering I’m spending most of the week with family).

However, I finished one creatively related task today: taking pictures of the last two chicks.

It’s a mother/child duo which makes me smile

They are called “Where did he go?”

and “Don’t worry, he’ll grow into it”.

I tried shooting them outside, and the wind made them move like an animated little moving picture. Can you see mama chasing her baby chick?

You can see the Norwegian motif backing showing through against the sun.

These two belong together.

Anyway; our Easter holidays starts on Thursday and ends on Monday so I’ll be taking the rest of the week off. We’ll be doing lots of this

and enjoying glorious chicks of many shapes and sizes.

Happy Easter everyone; see you next week!

7 comments:

  1. Happy Easter Nina Lise. Some time out is always a good thing. Enjoy your family! I love your little quilts!

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  2. Marvelous chicks, so bright and exactly what we need at this time when snow sits firmly on the ground. Happy Easter. xox

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  3. So cute! I love the way you add 3 dimension to your quilts with the yarn flowers and sun. Enjoy your Easter with your family.

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  4. Those chicks are lovely!!!! Love the colors - and they made me smile!!! Happy easter - and what a good idea to just sometimes do nothing!!!

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  5. I received my "chicks rule" yesterday and thank you again so much. You can check out how she and I spent our first day together at http://qreativequilts.blogspot.com/
    Your Easter chicks are great, too! Happy Easter
    Hugs Kathy

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  6. Happy Easter to you too. Love the quilts :D

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  7. Hope you enjoy what is left of Easter.
    I love those chicks, they look terrific.

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