Sunday, 22 July 2018

Challenge 12 - The Little Mermaid

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

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

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

Our new challenge is The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Anderson and I think we all know what this is about! 

Here's how The Librarian interpreted the challenge:

More details on my blog 

Please do check the schedule in the side-bar. Challenge 11 (Hollywood Wives)  will remain open for another week and I'll be back on August 4th with my 'Librarian's Choice' - projects which caught my eye. 

I hope you will join The Library. 


  1. Does the project have to be a card?

    1. Hi. No it can be any handmade craft - eg scrapbook page, 3d model, cross-stitch picture..... I hope you'll enter.

  2. Love mermaids and this is super cute! Thanks so much for joining us this time at the Creatalicious Challenge, Elizabeth (DT)

  3. Love the design of your card! Awesome job! Thank you for sharing your wonderful project with us at Creatalicious Challenges.Neva

  4. Adore that first card-love the background-brushos?
    And guess what....I didn't know what it was about!! Had to look it up. Oh gosh I have no images of mermaids but may have a sentiment that works-an idea-can you have a link on your side bar from your blog to here? Oh I hope I remember to look out that sentiment xx

  5. Thank you for the challenge. Lovely cards. I love mermaids

  6. Dear Librarian, I am delighted to have stumbled upon your challenge blog, and have become your follower in google and via email. Love your interpretation of the book jacket. You even inspired me to reread the book! LOL Am looking forward to playing in your challenge more frequently - also visited your personal blog, Marina. Thanks again! hugs, de

  7. Wonderful inspiration! Thank you for the challenge.
    Crafty Hugs, Sherry xx
    Loose Stitches and Unraveled Threads