Last Friday my grape hyacinths
looked like this.
By Sunday they looked like this:
wearing little snow caps and
buried under another 6 inches of new springtime snow.
At least the grapes I've been working on
haven't been affected by the weather.
I'm on the final part of the borders for
Noah and Matilda
who, if you remember,
have been stuck in a tote for over a year.
Slowly and steadily the borders have
Next it was time for adding the grapes.
Hundreds of small circles had been prepped.
I found it easiest to make a template for precise placement
rather than using the light table.
Then using a glue stick
I marked the positions of the 12
The purple school glue shows up great
and dries clear.
It was super easy to correctly
place the prepped circles
I had actually thought the grapes would be the hardest
part, but no!
I was pleasantly surprised.
A few more bunches to go
and then it will be time to figure out the corners.
The end is in sight.
just like the snow here in Colorado.
Until Next Time-