It had nice smartie flowers on all the sides and even tasted good. It's the first one that has been completely eaten by the time the last guest left. Here is the only thing that she wanted for her birthday, a stitchery of her animals with the splish splash fabric. It has pockets and I'm going to sew little pegs to it as she wants it for a spot next to her bed. It is back apart while I alter the stitchery slightly, the cat wasn't enough like Tabitha, so now I have a completely unmatching cat with it's arm around her leg and she is happy with that. (Sticker is to cover her name.)
The original picture was out of an old magazine I have somewhere. The sheep is a light pink, so he doesn't come up well in the photo but it is a standing joke because the Pet Shop borrowed one of the pets and dyed it for it's window display last year. He took months to fade when back in the paddock and even rated a news crew!
I managed to access the computer enough to get enough instructions to send in my blocks for the Siggy swap that Cynthia is mothering at Aussie quilter. These are my blocks when I was checking out the general idea of what the eventual quilt will look like. I just had to sit down and write on them all after this. I can't wait to get them back in the mail. 3 Cheers for Cynthia's organisation.
As I am now about had it, I'll say good night. I wonder if I have enough energy to sneak around and visit some of you for a cyberspace coffee!? Tracey