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  1. I bookmarked your blog here and the one for your novel. I’m part Irish too this book sounds like it will be an interesting read!

    I’ve been seeing tie dye making a comeback!

  2. Your site is great… I’m planning a fairy theme b-day party for my 6 yr/old daughter. I have the idea of reading the girls a fairy story at the begining of the party before they get their fairy wings. Can you suggest any… I’m looking for something age appropriate and short. Something that talks about how fairies came to be… or how to become a fairy. Your site has given me great ideas on activities, crafts and entertaiment for the party. Thank you !!

    • Hi there! Thank you for commenting! As far as books go, I can give you a few recommendations: A Book of Fairies by Patricia Saxton, How to Find Flower Fairies by Cicely Mary Barker, The Girls Book of Flower Fairies by Cicely Mark Barker. I hope some of these help. You can also search Amazon.com or your local bookstore for more ideas. I hope the party goes great! Make sure to come back and let me know how it went! 🙂

  3. Hey there
    I just saw another post about the sharpie tie dye technique and it said to set the colors by using an iron when completely dry. And not to put it in the dryer with the alcohol still on it…..it could stain the inside of the dryer and could catch on fire….!

    I’m an art teacher and this will be my next summer project …. I plan on having them do some outline art on top of the colors.
    I really liked your post on this, good discription and layout. Thanks!

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