Agnes' features fresh Cherry and Dogwood blooms. The great thing about plastic cup baskets is that they hold water for the flowers:
Marie's is pink and perky, just like the crafter herself:
Theresa made a pink tissue blossom to grace her basket--no fear of flowers drooping here:
As usual, Margaret could not be stopped, so she made this St. Joseph's Day basket, lined with wallpaper left here by the previous owners and featuring a rock she painted to give to a friend. I told you these projects would not cost much!
Now, about that yogurt container. In a matter of minutes, it went from this:
We traded in Dig 'Em, the Honey Smacks frog
for this, another creation by Margaret:
Our bland strawberry and tomato baskets went from this:
Here is what we packed inside:
Margaret filled hers even more elaborately with individual presents (Rosary Beads, a Miraculous Medal Key Chain, a rock she painted with flowers--and I am not sure what else!), along with one of her Lily of the Valley crafts, and a beautiful Marian holy card:
As you can see, the girls certainly rose to the Plastic Cup Challenge, and I had a lot of fun working right alongside them!
Happy St. Joseph's Day everyone!