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I love Ginger's beautiful bug billboard! it's brilliant. It would be a shame to wash the chalk off.


you could actually transfer this to some fabric and embroider it - either red work or coloured threads... I did that when my ms*sophie was little and have a wonderful cushion made from it :)


Hi! Thanks for your comment on my blog. Reading yours today I am all inspired to craft today - like you I have too many unfinished craft projects, on the go and unfinished!

..your garden looks amazing, oh all those herbs - which reminds me I need to get some of mine in some oils and freeze some too!

have a nice dayxx dollyx


what a charming post, thanks deary


I was trying to figure out how to save the chalk picture; taking a picture came to mind. These moments of inspiration come and go so quickly with children. Here today, gone tomorrow. I do save a lot of their artwork and doodles though, but an embroidered piece would be great wouldn't it?

Pam Kellogg

Always such beautiful photos Vicki! Your garden looks amazing. Love your quilt. Can't wait to see it finished!


Thank you so much for your visit to my blog and your comment. I was pleasantly surprised when I followed your link to your site. It's beautiful here! I am much inspired and will come back - be sure.

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