Easter spells out beauty, the rare beauty of new life. ~ S.D. Gordon
Inspired by the various Easter symbols of New Life including my baby bunnies, bilbies, and ducklings etc., I searched for a nice template to make a cute little duckling for my daughters to enhance our Easter celebrations and decorations. All to no avail. Thus I set about creating my own. After many discussions and drawings in our family on Saturday morning we have come up with a template we love which we'd like to share with you to make your own duckling. I am very excited as this is my very first tutorial to be able to share.
We were inspired by one of our favourite ducklings in this house - Daisy from the collection of books by Jane Simmons commencing with Come on, Daisy!. Thus, our little duckling is named Daisy Jane in honour of her inspiration. I am very grateful to my Generous Gentleman who has a very good ability for bringing the image in his head to paper. Curiously he is also more talented than I am at penning the image in my head as well (hmmm a husband who can read my mind, I wish!) so I give all due credit to him for the body of Daisy Jane. All else is my very own creation, penned with my own hand. Can you tell I'm just a teency bit excited to present my first tutorial?!
If you decide to make your own Daisy Jane Duck please leave a comment here so we can come and visit you to see yours. You will also find some more of mine on flickr.
Do you need a few more ideas for Kind Deeds to surprise someone special with to participate in my Easter Giveaway: a bouquet of flowers from your garden or the florist, a song written for someone, a few lines of what someone means to you in prose or poetry, a phone call to someone you'd like to be back in touch with. Please come back to comment about how you surprised someone with something kind. It will indeed make us smile to see your kindnesses shared.