Was the bowl saved by the gladwrap? Lokks good- could be re-used at melbourne Cup time heehee
Looks like the perfect nest for a large stash of easter bunny droppings...I mean eggs!
It looks awesome! You should make chocolate crackle eggs to fill it with!
Wow Cam, that is gorgeous. Just like a real nest. X
I love Cam it has turned out sooo well I think we all should make one!!
Wow, your fabric bowl looks fabulous Cam! I love it!
That looks cool, sooo going to make one with the three munchkins.
Looks fab Cam - I love all the different colours and textures. I am sure your nephew loves it!
Coooooool! You are a wonderful aunt bet they love staying over at your house!!!
Looks great Cam but I won't be letting Charlotte see this blog post. I can see this in my future
Oh Cam... it's perfect!! You know I just love the use of scraps!!xo Steph
I'm lots of impressed. With that amazing bag in your previous post as well as your fearless combination of kid and slatherings of glue.
Most importantly, does your nephew love it? He should be really pleased with how it turned out.
neat looking bowl :D glad it dried in time
Yay it's dry and it looks awesome....Make sure to snap a pic, when you go visit it full of eggy goodness :)
Love it, very funky.satin is my word verification, don't you just love it when it's a real word.... and a fabric word even better!
Oh Cam it's magnificent!! really beautiful.My chickies are very jealous :)x
Looks like a very enticing spot for the easter bunny to leave treats.
turned out awesomely!I think it would make a great activity for me to do with my daughters over the easter hol's! :)
FANTASTIC!!!What a huge success. Brilliant. I love it... love it I tell you. LOVE IT!
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