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Sunday, September 9, 2012

It "niche" the end.

Now I realize that title only makes a bit of sense if your pronounce as knee-sh
...not knit-ch.

Regardless of how you say it...my Nature book is complete!!

I decided to place one of the prairie dog photos I took at the MN Zoo under the niche.

 The opening of the niche was slightly larger than the photo so I recreated the sandy hill this little guy was perched upon in sand.

Worked perfect and if I hadn't told you why, you'd have just thought I was terribly clever. *wink*

I've decided not to alter the outside of the book as it lays relatively flat. This way it can sit on the shelf along side the rest and be a big surprise to anyone who pulls it out to read.

Such a good feeling to complete another project. It's been tucked away in among the rest of the UFO's for several years. 
Thanks to Elizabeth for her online class that got this book started in the first place. 



Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Just from the looks of it, I can tell your nature journal is fantastic and filled to the brim with all sorts of treasures. Better than any regular old book. :) Best wishes, Tammy

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

What a perfect ending to this story. I'm very, very proud of you. Why don't you post it next Sunday when I put up my next lesson? I'm sure some who aren't regular viewers would love to see it. I know I sure did!!

Stacie (craft-princess) said...

Love the sandy hill you created. And I never thought about not decorating the outside so it would fit better on the shelf...hmmm...I might have to rethink decorating all of mine!

Dianne said...

awesome book! turned out great!

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