So, what's to see - the makings of a card right at the back, a new stamp from my little trip for 'one item only' to Hobbycraft yesterday (how come I staggered home with a bag full of goodies?), a little RU box full of tiny shells plus 'flip flops' buttons and some other buttons from 'the haul', three 'Nesties' waiting to be put away - the fourth one is missing in action at the moment, and finally a book.
The book - 'Wild Flowers by Anne Pratt':
My question is - what should I do with the book? It's obviously been very well loved/thumbed over the years, a lot of pages are loose and but some of the plates are are really pretty like the one above. So it's not worth more than between £5 and £10 in monetary terms - thank you Google for at least reassuring me on that point. It was interesting to read about the author - she was self-taught and lived mostly in Kent.
Do I bite the bullet and demolish the book to use in a mix of cards and possibly a project or two? I have a few very old family photos from Len's side of the family which I'd love to scrap book for him. The illustrations are certainly already looking very distressed! Or do I keep it as it is, not looked at much and really quite neglected and sad.
Sigh, I really don't know what to do :(
Would it be criminal? Or would it inject more love into it?
While I sit and ponder, why not hop over to the lovely Julia's, our WOYWW hostess - from there you can leap onto loads of other desks to see what everyone else is up to today.
Happy WOYWW :)