Yes. Exactly. My Cheshire Cat friend gave me a book today, Lady Cottington’s Pressed Fairy Book (as a kind respondence to the pin-up book I gave her for Christmas). It’s hilarious! The aquarell illustrations are really magnificent and the text is just too cute. I know, it’s pressed fairies, but as I don’t take myself too serious, I can really recommend it.
And I’ve been a quite diligent crafting fairy yesterday and today, too. I made some dices, lollies, skulls and a crown from modelling clay. And, of course, this one:
A barette that is suiting me quite well: Very Bonnie ^^. I should make another one of this design but with a working watch or clock…
Enough for today, so sleep well!
Well, at least a little one of those that I read regularly.
Written by Princess Skye who came up with the Princess Code and is a real source of inspiration for the everyday fairytale life.
Through the Looking Glass and What I found there
Mako-chan’s lolita lifestyle blog. Although we live in the same city I haven’t met her yet, but I try to get a deeper look into the whole world of lolita by reading the blogs of other members from my favourite bulletin board.
From the bulletin board, too. Milktea is so creative and, in special, this sweet in the things she sews and crafts that I’m getting a toothache everytime I read her blog.
Crown Flower’s Garden
My protégées blog. He’s not writing much (yet), but maybe that will change one day.
The Bridge Princess’ Chambers
Another one from the bulletin board ^^. She’s an exchange student in Australia at the moment so she’s not writing much either, but I’m patiently waiting for every new post of hers.
Sadly, that’s all, I presume.
The Easter holidays are over, but I’m not that sad about it. I’ll get back my German exam, and am heading straight for the A-grades at the beginning of May.
I spent the last two weeks reading Jane Eyre (that girl really showed me the limits of my English vocabulary), annoying my beloved goblin’s cat, doing sports as I really want to loose weight, shopping with my protégée (who’s not always that easy) and playing steampunk.
And I’m really into the last point. God, I love steampunk.
We’re playing the GURPS P&P at the moment on Friday nights, two times by now. Up to carry an airship, the Hindtanic (guess where the name’s from…) from Prussia to the Great Exhibition in London in an alternative 1851, we’re a quite unusual (or, referring to our game master, my beloved goblin, totally useless) crew of five individuals, featuring among others a chocolatier, a playboy without charm and a reporter. That’s me. I think I’m going to introduce them all in another post when I’ve drawn them.
And today, my Shakespeare collection was enlarged by an 1838 issue in german. And there are ten more to follow ^^.