I highly recommend the book one of my children has left on the floor. Olivia - a lovely story about a pig, by Ian Falconer.
I used some of the tiny offcuts of Oakshott and managed to complete an ATC for the Very Berry Handmade ATC swap - tiny Oakshott chrysanthemums. Not sure if I am happy enough with this one - the corners are a bit dodgy. I should have followed the excellent instructions here instead of trying to bag it out!
Who'd have thought anyone would need instructions for using pins! (They are nice pins though.)
I love your ATC chrysanthemums. I'm surprised your pins don't say 'Not suitable for children under three - small parts'!ReplyDelete
lovely chrysanthemums, very tactile. You can never have enough pins!ReplyDelete
I love your flowers xx WHY do they feel the need to explain how to use a pin!! We must be missing something! lol xReplyDelete
And if the instructions are still not clear enough you could always phone oe email customer services! I think your atc is beautiful, the rounded corners look deliberate.ReplyDelete
Love your chryssies - beautiful atcReplyDelete
such a lovely ATC :-)ReplyDelete
Look forward to seeing what develops form those pieces on the floor. Looks like fall leaves. Your ACT is really nice too.ReplyDelete
ohhhhh! your ATC is gorgeous! I need to get my finger out and start thinking about mine :-/ReplyDelete
Your ATC is wonderful Catherine, the rounded corners look perfect for it.ReplyDelete
Nice ATC - love your working place :)ReplyDelete
The flowers are beaurtiful, I love the gorgeous autumn colours.ReplyDelete