Friday, 26 August 2011

.... and one for Joanna

Before I get into the main post, apologies to those whose blogs I've neglected, and who I owe an email or post, Life™ has been a bit hectic. I've been away at another camp which was a real bonus, very chilled and recharged as a result, plus there's been lots of family stuff going on. Hopefully life™ will shortly return to normal and I'll get back to some regular crafting/blogging (famous last words).

Anyway, back to the real reason for this post.

Following my last post, I received a comment from Joanna/Asia asking if she could have a page as well, so in a moment of madness I asked her what she'd like and the reply was:

"long legged birds and moths"

Nothing difficult then!

After racking my brains, I was looking at the long legged birds from the Octopode Factory, and thought "they look a bit moth eaten". Ta-da - I have an idea, so I present to you "Moth Eaten" - especially for Joanna.

Now, anybody else got any weird ideas, or can I get back to my normal* crafting?

Also, when I was creating this page, I had a visit from this wonderful creature, and yes it really was 5cm across (2" in old money).


*Normal is a relative term :)

5 comments:

  1. How Whimsical is this !!! Love it though I get scared by moth for some reason ! I was thinking really hard on what to get you and I think I got an idea.. will put into the action next week ! :D Wishing you peaceful Life™ !

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  2. Ha ha!!! See, I knew you COULD do it!!!! Didn't doubt for a second. Love the "moth eaten" bird and the colours are just perfect! And this way I've learnt a new English expression, too! Thank you for my ;) page...! ;))

    Hope Life™ will be kinder to you soon, it's treating me very harshly at the moment, too, so I know how you feel... x

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  3. great how you've put Moth Eaten behind what looks like gauze AND a visit from that handsome moth ... do do do do (to the tune of twilight zone)

    sending good vibes your way dear Nigel
    take care my friend!
    oxo

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  4. The design, the texture, the colors ... this page is splendid in all of its details, Nigel! Terrific art!

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  5. lol Brilliant. Love the moth eaten aspect.

    and ewwwww at the 2" character!!! You could have given him a paintbrush and crafted together!

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