TreeFeathers in print

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The Dolls' House Magazine (UK) is featuring more printies from my website this month (they used a bunch of my Victorian Christmas printables in the December '07 issue.) This time they're using the vintage circus posters in the April '08 issue, and they plan to use the movie posters later this summer. Pretty cool! If your local dealer doesn't carry the magazine, head on over to their website where you can purchase back issues or subscribe.

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am so thrilled that I came across your blog! I think it is really great. I love minis and am in severe need of help when it comes to ideas. :o)

I also love your slideshow. I can't believe that all those pics are of things that are so small!

Great job and I'm looking forward to more entries.

Jo

 

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Griffins, traditionally, are Guardians. Often carved at temple doors in ancient times, they were said to guard the way to Wisdom. I, on the other hand, seem to be the Guardian primarily of odd bits of string, pinecones, scraps of paper, mismatched socks, old calendars, homeless imps and gnomes, pencils with no erasers, jokes nobody gets, forgotten gods, keys with no locks, and other people’s lighters. If any of these things might be of use to you, let me know.
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