Sunday, 19 January 2020

Challenge 51 - Romeo and Juliet

Image result for romeo and juliet book cover

Quiet Please Crafters! You’re in The Library now.

You can be inspired by :
The cover
or
The title
or
The story

The legendary love story 'Romeo and Juliet' by William Shakespeare is, of course, more likely to be seen on stage or screen, but the book of the script is well-known to students of English Literature. You could be inspired by the roses on the cover ( to quote: 'a rose by any other name would smell as sweet'), by the love theme or by another quote from the play.... 

Here's what The Librarian made:


More details on my blog 
This challenge will close on 8th February. 

 Challenge 50 (Where the Red Fern Grows)  will remain open for another week.

I hope you'll join The Library.

Saturday, 18 January 2020

Librarian's Choice - Anthology

Thank you for all the fabulous entries into the Anthology (Pick a Previous Book) challenge. The Librarian has selected some to display in The Library. 

Deanne has added great pattern and dimension to her skating elf: 

          Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Kelly made a New Year design, based on this book cover: 

 
 
          https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1MhMOzLCfVbCOyLoZ8xj3Io-KMI9dI2hF

Brenda  spotted an opening for her door design: 

     The Party by Lisa    Hall


I hope you'll copy the badge (above) and display it on your blogs. 

The current challenge,Where the Red Ferns Grow , will remain open for another week. 

Parting is such sweet sorrow but please come back tomorrow for a new challenge or I'll ask:'wherefore art thou?'! 

Friday, 17 January 2020

Another Reminder from The Library - Where The Red Fern Grows


An extra reminder from The Library...

Visiting Librarian DJ  has made this beautiful card, taking inspiration from the book title. 

The challenge will close on 25th January and you can enter the challenge here.

Sunday, 12 January 2020

Reminder from The Library - Where the Red Fern Grows



Here's a little reminder from The Library - but your books aren't overdue and there'll certainly be no fines!


It's just a reminder to join in the current challenge -Where the Red Fern Grows  - which runs till 25th January. 


Remember, you can be inspired by :
The cover
or
The title
or
The story



I made a birthday card. inspired by the red fern in the title and the dog theme of the story. 
More details on my blog. 
You can enter the challenge here.

Sunday, 5 January 2020

Challenge 50 - Where the Red Fern Grows


Quiet Please Crafters! You’re in The Library now.

You can be inspired by :
The cover
or
The title
or
The story


This challenge we have a Visitng Librarian, Deb aka DJ , and she's chosen Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls. This is a 1961 children's book about a boy who buys and trains two hunting dogs. 


DJ 
More details on her blog 


Marina
More details on her blog 


This challenge will close on 25th January 

 Challenge 49 (Anthology)  will remain open for another week.

I hope you'll join The Library.

Saturday, 4 January 2020

Librarian's Choice - Rupert Annual

Thank you for all the fabulous entries into this challenge. 

The Librarian has selected a couple to display in The Library.

Plaid, Christmas tree, yellow title...Cheryl E managed to tick all the Rupert boxes on her lovely layout:

Just a bear, a tree, and a snowstorm -  I Card Everyone 's card is a great take on the cover:


I hope you'll copy the badge (above) and display it on your blogs. 

Rupert Bear Annual 1965 - I had this one....my Nan used to buy me one every Christmas (right up until I was 35!!)

The current challenge, Anthology, is still open for another week and come back tomorrow when a Visiting Librarian will be sharing a book about a boy and his dogs. 

Monday, 30 December 2019

Reminder from The Library - Anthology (Pick a Previous Book)

Here's a little reminder from The Library - but your books aren't overdue and there'll certainly be no fines!

It's just a reminder to join in the current challenge -Anthology - Pick any book previously featured at The Library   - which runs till 11th January. 


Remember, you can be inspired by :
The cover
or
The title
or
The story

See here for books featured in 2018 and 2019

Link up here and when you enter, please mention which book you've chosen. 

Here are some examples from The Librarian:


The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen and illustrated by Christian Birmingham. Love this story too! Again, very sad though, definitely does not have a Disney ending