Faerie sightings


I don't know about you, but I don't see faeries very often around here...
 but, thanks to Karla's Faerie Book Swap, a bundle of them arrived on my doorstep the other day!
Karla wrapped them in netting and posey-studded organza...
and each was different, and enchanting! 
 I was so glad to get one of my pal Stephanie's pages...

and I'm grateful to everyone for the care they put into their pages.




 I really shouldn't play favorites, but, I have to tell you how much I enjoyed this page (above) by Linda Postma (who doesn't blog, unfortunately!)
 Both sides were gorgeous!

Mostly, though, I'm grateful to Karla for hosting another really wonderful swap!

Comments

Susan said…
What a lovely book!!Everyone did a beautiful job with their pages!
Lisa said…
What beautiful pages you received! I'm still waiting on my book but hopefully this week. Karla had so many people in this swap and I know she's sending them as fast as she can. Must be those sweet little puppies distracting her ;)
Wendy said…
What a beautiful book! Each page was so pretty and dreamy! Enjoy your wonderful book of fairies Laurie!
Anonymous said…
I am kicking myself for not participating! I want to see this in person....please.
What a lovely book! I've been looking at the pages on Karla's blog and they're all just beautiful. Enjoy!
Kathy said…
Oh, so, SO beautiful! I was so close to joining in and realized there was just no way I had the bandwidth this Summer. Dang, that is one pretty book!
Hope said…
i saw your lovely page & stephanie also got one from suzanne. it was so fun to see all the beautiful pages on karla's blog but really fun to be able to see her book in real life. like kathy i just couldn't make the time to do it this summer. i am so happy you got one of stephanie's pages! it is so fun to get friends art!
xo~hope
I love doing swaps, but this one was so extra special. Thanks for being a part of it!

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