Thursday, November 21, 2013

Plan drawing, Ojos de Dios and pita baking

Lately, Aisha has been drawing the most amazing plans, with tons of steps, the material list and lots of details. There was a wooden scooter bike, a train, a wool plant (from shearing to balls, with lots of floors and great grand parents working in many different rooms of the plant!) and just last week, this very complex traveling machine (with 5 buttons to press to go to either Costa Rica, Yukon, Utah, Italy and Florida)! I love it!

 Some Christmas card making... Oh yes! The Christmas elves are already busy here!
 Lots of music playing!
Mathilde and I made Ojos de Dios, a yarn weaving traditionally created by Pueblo Indians for celebration or blessing, presented as a gift or designed to bless a home. The spiritual eye has the power to see and understand things unknown to the physical eye.
And we made some pita breads. It was the first time I tried to make them and it felt like magic to see the pockets appear during baking without any special folding...

1 comment:

Joanna said...

vous êtes bien occupées! j adore les dessins d'aisha... qui sait peut être un jour une architecte :O)