Ink paintings with biggest Munchkin while littlest was at a birthday party.
Lovely things in the post. Cards from my girls posted from their Nanny's down south. And 5 tiny ceramic robins make by Makiko Hastings. Makiko is endeavouring to make 1000 robins to sell to raise funds for Japan. You can read about her HERE.
The munchkins have lately been pestering for a treasure hunt. Hmmm, what could this be on the old dining table?
Goodness me, could it be? An ancient map, hundreds of years old, surely?! Hmm, looks like a pretty dangerous place to be, what with dragons and wolves, witches and goblins. But where does the map lead?
Ahhh, a long list of clues that must be followed to the letter! I probably got a little carried away with the clues, I wasn't intending for them to rhyme all the way through, but they just started off like that and kept going, and I was having fun. So the munchkins packed lunch, and their invisibility spells and Goblin spying stones, and set off like two intrepid explorers. Kept them amused for all of an hour (they did it twice and I had to go back and hide the treasure again...in the same spot!)
And while I was playing about with paper and tea...and tea bags...
I've never cut open a tea bag before...that's what they look like. Tea and some added Sepia ink.
Makes an interesting kind of print. I rather like this, but what am I going to do with it?
All just playing around with no thought gone into it, so I made a little book of nothing, just for fun.
I really like it, but there's something in me that says a book needs words...or pictures. Or it's not really a book. I don't know, do you think it's finished?!