Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Batman, Bunnies, and Blogs... OH MY!

I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter! We had a fun filled busy weekend... and I am glad to get back to normal... oh wait... birthday parties every weekend, Market's only a month away.... hmmm. June... yep... that's when things will get back to normal. ;) So, just to share what went on this past weekend....

Saturday... Batman was having a birthday party.

My sister threw a Bat-tastic birthday party for my nephew, Quinten. He turned 5!

She made his batman birthday banner She used black felt for the pennants and cut them with pinking shears. Then she glued fabric letters that she cut out with her Cricut. To string them all together she attached some grograin ribbon by sewing it on the top.

Didn't she do a great job making him a birthday banner?! It was ADORABLE!

She enlisted me in making him his bat cape and t-shirt...

I even made him a batman-esque nap sack for his birthday gift. Sorry... I have not taken pictures of it yet. Will take some soon and post when I do.

On Sunday... We hosted the Easter festivities at our house and had a great time, even though it rained, the Easter bunny still came to hide all the eggs in the house. 330 eggs to be exact!

There were 11 kids so each kid got 30 eggs to find.

OH... then I saw this yesterday and just had to inform all of you that have not yet seen it.

This little ADORABLE owl was designed by My Tiny Star. She now has a pattern available for sale on her Etsy site where I bought mine yesterday!
Now, I just need to find some time to make him.


  1. how cute!!!

    300 something eggs?!?!
    that's crazy...lol...but SO worth it.

    and the owl is adorable.

  2. We have a Batman at my house, too! We will be having a super hero themed party this year. Thanks for sharing some great ideas. Love the owl.

  3. I love the photo of jumping off thge stump!!! Those photos are exactly "what little boys are made of!!" Thanks for sharing...and WOW 310 eggs?

  4. What a cute Batman with his costume! The owl is adorable and what a great gift it will make.

  5. Cuteness abounds! Love the little caped crusader. I had no idea the cricut would cut fabric! I may need to look into that! And thanks for the sweet owl pattern link. :-) Great post!

  6. how cute! I did not know that you could cut fabric with a cricut... is there a trick to it?

  7. I love bunnies so much and i love batman too. I wish I can have a collection of them both.


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