There's an exclusive gathering unfolding in East Maitland and thankfully it's exempt from COVID-19 restrictions.
It's just as well, because superman is there and so is Elsa, a witch with magical powers, a football player and even a pirate who has lost his ship.
Eight-year-old Ruby Costelloe started the movement in Young Street last month when she made a princess out of a spoon and her mum, Cindy Morrow, made a fairy.
They put them on the nature strip outside their house and two soon became 15 as a crafting craze hit the street and more spoon characters started appearing.
"People keep on making them and putting them down," Ruby said.
"There's a dog, a fairy, a witch, a footy player, superman, a pirate, a wedding dress one and we should put a boy one next to her, and there's a mermaid.
"There's room for a lot more."
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Ruby enjoys craft and put her imagination to the test when she made her princess.
"I used glue, sparkles, gems and sharpies for the faces, I drew eye lashes, a smile and a happy face," she said.
The project has helped to pass the time in lockdown and brought a smile to many faces.
"It's amazing, it's fun and even I'm enjoying going out and seeing them each morning and looking for new ones," Ms Morrow said.
"I didn't think it would take off like it did, lots of people are participating ... It's something for people of all ages."
Ruby said she was still enjoying school, even though she was learning from home.
The year 2 student has also reached a schooling milestone during lockdown and is very excited about it.
"I finished a whole book," Ruby said.
"She has finished a 148 page exercise book with all of her school work," Ms Morrow added.
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