Sunny Bank Holiday

My daughter and I took her children to the Hut for the day – as soon as they arrived it was out with the paints, then a walk along the cliffs for a swing and an ice-cream,back for a look around the Sculpture Hut where they found some wood chips from a carving Sarah has been doing, and were inspired to make pictures on the floor

They asked if they could leave them for Sarah to see, or should they be swept away – I said I thought she would be really pleased to see them

So Sarah, Elfie’s is a lion

wdAnd Rufus’s is an alien

But you  probably knew that anyway!

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About Wild Daffodil

hoarder of creative goodies that will someday come in useful, enabler and supporter of creativity, lifelong knitter, artist and fabulous Granny!
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2 Responses to Sunny Bank Holiday

  1. sarah gilpin says:

    Yes, a lion and an alien. Splendid! Thank you Elfie and Rufus. Look forward to seeing them for real tomorrow when I’m at the hut

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