I pick up Sea glass if I see it. I make the odd bit of jewellery but I’m not very good at it. I decided I needed to change my storage yesterday, and did a quick check with my UV light in case any glowed. So it turns out I found my first UV glass (and didn’t know it!)
We found a toothbrush and a spoon, amongst the usual bits of metal and wire and fishing line.
It was so windy the running water flew away..
And someone left what appeared to be a roast lunch, causing a scene from a Hitchcock film..
At least the sun came out a little eventually
A while ago I read about a lady who made little crochet flowers and left them places to makes people smile. Recently I found a groups called ‘random acts of crochet kindness’ where people make little things and hide/leave them for people to find. Having been through painted and hiding rocks with the kids, we’ve ran out of rocks and patience (that last bit might be me with the painted 700 under coats of white), I thought it might me fun. And possibly functional.. since I discovered ‘mystery yarn bundles’ last year, I’ve had more of an organised yarn/wool stash. However, I haven’t got the space for it. I’m not saying I have a problem, but most people don’t have a family laundry hamper full of random yarn. Not that there’s anything wrong with that! But it’d be nice to use some of it up.
So I decided to make things and let the kids ‘hide’ them places. We’ve a good assembly line going, each one gets packed in a little bag with a label and string to tie it up. My 4 year old doesn’t quite get the ‘secret’ part though.
We’ve hidden quite a few over the last few weeks, and the first one was posted in the Facebook group (kids are v happy). I guess we made at least 1 person smile!
I haven’t made butterflies in ages and have found lots of random coloured wool to use up