Hi! Last month as we were driving along, we spotted a huge bird up in a tree. We slowed down, and we saw that it was a bald eagle! Since we were only a few minutes away from home, we raced home to get my camera. When we came back to the spot where the eagle was, it was still there! I couldn’t get very good pictures, and I only got a few, but they are really cool, even though they are a bit blurry. I didn’t even know we had eagles around here before we saw this one! Well, enough talking, here are the pics!
I think the 1st one is the best picture. It’s not as blurry as the other ones. Well, I gotta go, bye!
Have you ever seen a wild bald eagle where you live?
Hey everyone! So sorry I haven’t posted in such a long time! Today I am going to show you how to make cute little glass pebble decorations! You will need:
Small or standard glass craft pebbles, clear or colored
And markers, colored pencils, and/or crayons.
First, select the pebble you would like to use. On your paper, and using your pencil, carefully trace around your pebble.
Set your pebble close by, and with your scissors, cut carefully the outline of your pebble.
Set the circle of paper you just cut out on a hard surface and color anything you want on it!
(I use a glue stick) Apply a bit of glue to the colored side of the paper circle.
Grab your pebble, and sandwich the pebble on top of the paper circle, so that the glue covered side of the paper is on the flat underside of the pebble.
Let it sit a few seconds to let the glue settle, and there you have a pretty little decoration!
These were made using small blue pebbles and small yellow pebbles. I now make them with the standard size clear pebbles, but I don’t have any pictures of those. I have made some where I colored in doughnuts, hedgehogs, baseballs, footballs, designs, Bible verses, and lots more. When I give gifts, I like to throw one of these pebbles into the gift bag. I use these in different ways. I have stood some up on the rim of a picture frame, and I have used them as other decorations. You could also use these as paperweights! Thanks for reading this, and tell me if you make any of these! Have a great rest-of-the-day!