Friday, April 29, 2016

Wat heb je grote tanden!

My journaling page for the third lesson of Marit’s workshop Let it Loose. It’s the wolf from Little Red Riding Hood.
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10 comments:

  1. Your wolf is great, Annet! Never done scrap booking - it looks as if it must be quite tricky work to do?!
    Love the embroidery of the cat, on your Facebook pages. I always wanted a silver grey tabby!
    Barbara xx

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    1. Thanks, Barbara. Journaling is so much fun, I never know how the result will be. And yes I liked the embroidery of the grey cat, that's why I shared in on my Facebook blog. It reminded me of my first cat Punch.

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  2. The piece is looking great with the wolf. Don't have an idea how u have done it but nice outcome.

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    1. Thanks, Shami. I like the result too, but have no idea how to make a similar piece. Paper doesn't work the same as embroidery thread and fabric!

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  3. you have one big bad wolf here such a scary story it amazes me the fairytales were so frightening but as kids we seemed to love them

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    1. Thanks, Margaret. You're so right. Most fairytales are scary, but they always have a happely ever after.

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  4. He's both scary and cute at the same time! If he attacs me, I hope he open his mouth so wide I am bitten by the toothless part!

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    1. I don't think he will attack you, he's looking for Little Red Riding Hood and her grandma!

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