By annie r, 10-Apr-2013 10:54:00
Emma did this from imagination and says she has no idea what it means.
I get distinct overtones of E.T. dressed as Little Red Riding Hood.
By annie r, 03-Apr-2013 14:52:00
This is Rebecca's second attempt at capturing a Kingfisher in watercolours.
I bet the first one flew off before she was finished. :)
Do pop along to http://rebeccalouisesaunders.weebly.com/ to see more of Rebecca's watercolours.
By annie r, 21-Mar-2013 11:29:00
I just love this watercolour butterfly study.
To see more of Rebecca's fine flutterbugs and other artworks, do pop along to her website http://rebeccalouisesaunders.weebly.com/
By annie r, 18-Mar-2013 18:32:00
The graphic design geek in me has just swooned from pure Pantone-related delight.
Jessica's blog reveals how to make these nerdy little Easter Eggs of gorgeousness.
I shall now continue to smile gormlessly for the foreseeable future.
By annie r, 15-Mar-2013 20:36:00
As choccie-egg time fast approaches, here's a crafty idea that will make even the grumpiest Easter bunny smile.
Click this link http://www.notmartha.org/tomake/papiermacheeastereggs/ to learn how to make these adorable little legs. I mean eggs.
By annie r, 06-Mar-2013 13:49:00
Who could possibly eat these utterly charming wee works of art?
(apart from the kids they were made for!)
To see more of Natasha's crafty kitchen magic, visit
And to all you Mums and Dads, enjoy the thrill of piecing together a last-minute costume for your little cherubs, as they systematically refuse to wear all the ready-made outfits they may happen to own.
By annie r, 05-Mar-2013 15:28:00
More of Rebecca's lovely paintings can be found here:
Well worth a visit folks x
By annie r, 05-Mar-2013 15:16:00
Rebecca says "This is how Twitter made me feel when I first joined" :-)
Well, I've used Twitter for a few years now and I can honestly say I still make that face (regularly!)
Please do visit Rebecca's website here: http://rebeccalouisesaunders.weebly.com/index.html
By annie r, 28-Feb-2013 19:21:00
For the very few people who didn't already know; Today is International Polar Bear Day!
and just look what the clever folks at Crayola have come up with as a little tribute to these amazing beasties.
. . . and that was my little tribute to these amazing beasties! Aaithankyooo.
To make your very own Polar Bear Toss Game, click on the link.
By annie r, 27-Feb-2013 22:09:00
Craft doesn't get much foxier, folks!
This beautiful little textile treasure was hand stitched, made from felt & a page from a once loved fairy tale book. To see (and quite possible drool over) more of Victoria's products, I recommend popping over to http://folksy.com/shops/DizzyMissJames
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