It can either be used as a bee nesting site by stuffing the dome with straw or dry grass, or as a bee refuelling station by filling the bottom with a sweet sticky mix of sugar dissolved in water and honey. I try to fill my flowerbeds with flowers that are particularly attractive to bees and butterflies, so I'm going to try and give them the best of both worlds and set up the Bee Station as a nesting site. We may not get any tenants, but the offer is there. The difficult bit is keeping these three busybodies away from young seedlings:
None of which could stand still for long enough for me to get a decent photo!
Been playing with animal crochet this week. The tutorials from Sarah at Repeat Crafter Me and Dragana at Dada's Place are nice and easy to follow. Perhaps these will embellish a couple of cushions.
And yet more cross-stitch WIPs in the back of my cupboards (I think my cupboard might be an entrance to Narnia, it certainly doesn't seem to have a back). Chickens this time, one just about finished and another not yet started:
Hope all is well out there ...