Today I'm sharing a DT post for CSI using bold and bright, primary colours.
I hope you will be inspired to hop across and see what the rest of the team have created.
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I had a play with Dylusion Ink Sprays on water colour paper
The Happy banner is from October Afternoon "5 & Dime"
The ABC strip is from October Afternoon "Jump Rope"
A yellow flower button from my stash
The green heart brad was part of a generous gift
from Eila Sandberg, if you have not seen her work, do yourself a favour
and check out her blog.
The green bracket is by Kaisercraft "Class of 75 collection"
The alphabet cards I found on line at Pretty Little Studio
The wooden birds are from Studio Calico
Silver accent (flower on the frame)
Stack something (the alphabet cards)
Frame (hand cut red card stock)
I was inspired by the words READ and SIMPLE
You have always been fascinated with alphabet books. You have your favourites which you read over and over when you come to visit. Now that you are six and in Grade 1, you seem slightly less content with what’s on the bookshelf and ask what is new. Last week, for the first time ever, you were a bit bored. We offered to take you to the library, but it was 43 degrees, so we decided against it. “How about we play Boggle, Rummiking, Monopoly, Scrabble?” “Not really thanks Granny, I’d like to do something with Alphabets.” I suggested, “How about we make an alphabet book?” Your eyebrows rose quizzically “How could we do that?” I found an exercise book and an old magazine. We wrote a letter at the top of each page and then flicked through the magazine, identifying and writing down the objects we found. Such a cheap and simple game and you loved it. To be continued............Love Granny