Hello dear readers,
The bad news is that I have to stay home in quarantine until Wednesday next week because unknowingly I've been in contact with two persons who are diagnosed with Corona. The good news is that I feel all right and am waiting for a Corona test right here at home. If negative, I'll be able to be free again to go out in the company of friends and family.
There was plenty of time to read books, see television, listen to music, and make plans for easy-to-make miniatures.
In my stash. was a large packet of multicolored micro-foam balls. I bought it last year with the intention of making "Floam" with my younger great-grandchildren. One of my favorite succulent plants is the string of pearls (Chlorophytum). I picked up the green balls and just glued them to a green sewing thread. Ta-dam!
The pedestal is a huge glass bead with a punched-out paper card top. Actually, I planned to use them for macrame. I may still do so in the future.
I experimented with one of the seeds in my pot puree bowl. I just trimmed it with nail scissors. I hope it looks like a cactus. It will save the ladies at the center a lot of work.
I'm still working on my Zen vignettes. Finished two more wooden boxes for the frames but nothing to show yet.
And here is something that touched my heart. In my country, it is not permitted to cut down a grown tree even if it is in your own garden. You have to get a special permit, only if it is absolutely necessary.
I wish you, dear readers, a lovely weekend with blessings.