Enough ooohing and aaahing over other peoples blogs, finally I've made a start on my own. I hope to be able to master the art of creating and continuing this project, feeling a bit of a klutz with the software - any tips would be welcome.
Thanks to Anna Torborg and her inspiring book The Crafter's Companion and all those bloggers that lie between its pages - especially Lyn from molly chicken for her advice and her humor, every busy, crafty mum should read her blog when in need of a good chuckle.
My daughter (Grace) lost her first tooth as I wrote this post so we made a tooth fairy pouch to safely store her tooth under her pillow. In our house the Tooth Fairy is very kind and not only returns a coin to the loser of the tooth, but also returns the tooth to mummy and daddy for them to keep and sprinkles fairy dust in her wake.
The Tooth Fairy once lost one of my son's teeth from under his pillow - she'd been at a fairy party earlier that evening and accidentally dropped the tooth due to being a bit tipsy.