Friday, March 20, 2015

Welcome



I could say it is to welcome spring, but this is a project I worked on with an elementary religious education group last Sunday.  The kids made the flags and cut out the letters and glued them on.  I completed the banner by sewing on the bias tape at home.

I didn't even realize it was the first day of spring already until around noon today.
By then I was finishing up cleaning the pantry and the kitchen cabinets--spring cleaning!--so I must have sensed the season on some level.

10 comments:

  1. Spring already! I can hardly believe it.

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  2. We got snow today...spring must have got lost on its way here!

    Love the banner, it's very bright and colorful. Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy the spring weather.

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  3. Spring came in like a lion, well not like a lamb. We had about a 1/2 inch of snow by noon today, but it all melted away.

    Cool banner.

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  4. I thought it was part of the quilt. I think the day length brings about a metabolism change in us all. New energies, etc.

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  5. What a neat project! What type of group do you teach? Well, we welcomed spring with a blanket of white snow! I hope it melts quickly!

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  6. Nice job.
    My inner clock said Spring last week and I started my Spring cleaning then. Must be in the air.

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  7. Pretty coverlet.
    Every day is spring over here in Hawaii. Lol.

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  8. Those kids made nice flags! And thanks for the "welcome" b/c we got none up here in the northeast!

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  9. That looks beautiful on the bed, Olga. We do our cleaning at the new year, but I know we didn't finish everything, so perhaps we should work on it now. Sigh...

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  10. I love the banner! Even though we never truly get winter -- it is spring in southern California, too and I love it! The sky is absolutely beautiful today and it is gorgeous 70. Ahhhhhhhh Spring!

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