If you follow this blog on a reader, you'll see that I've already half-published this post. I hit the wrong button and the post went up long before it was ready. That's the first time that's ever happened here, but I suppose it was bound to happen at some point. At least there weren't any first-draft bad words. :)
If you saw the draft version, you might have seen that I have not strayed from my usual post-writing protocol.
Anyhoo, what I meant to write, which I didn't quite get to before prematurely hitting the publish button, was that we've been working on crafts for Valentine's Day. Right at the last minute, of course. But they've turned out to be rather sweet, I think.
These little butterflies (inspired by this post at Skip to my Lou) are headed for my four year old's kindergarten class. Except it's not called kindergarten at her French language school; it's called maternelle. Which I just love.
The paper we chose totally reminds me of spring. Next we'll work together on adding all of her classmates' names.
hearts at the Purl Bee she decided to give sewing with felt a try.
As a general rule, I don't have a lot to say about the merits of Valentine's Day, but this year, I don't know, so far it has been a real treat!
Hope your 14th is lovely.