and an early celebration of our 25th wedding anniversary.
It was the end of October,
and the Park was FULL with these darling little girls
all dressed up in their favorite princess outfits.
I had so much fun seeing them all!
Here is Lady Guenevere from Camelot, preparing to go to prayers:
You can find this paper doll and so many more at Dover Publications.
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2. To make the beak, fold a 1/2-inch square of crepe paper in half. Then cut out a triangle, with the wide end on the fold; unfold and glue to the top of a dyed egg with craft glue.
3. Cut 2 wing spaces from crepe paper (be creative!), and glue each to the egg next to the beak.
Then the rain came down to soak us,
And now before the eye can focus -