Tuesday, 3 December 2013

3rd December - Kim Geyer

#W8PAdvent
 See the whole image and the growing Advent Gallery here.


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Kim's illustration?

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12 comments:

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    1. I wish there was an edit button!

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    2. why, what was wrong with that Sue, I just read it snd then it disappeared

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    3. too long for a tweet! (and a typo)

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  2. "Oh, it still looks a bit bare. What else can we put on it?"
    "My hat,"
    "And mine"
    "My scarf,"
    "Me! I'll be the fairy on top!"
    #W8PAdvent @sueeves

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    1. thanks! - I'm having fun too :) What a great idea this is - we did captions and illustrations 'consequences' in Alexis Deacon's Intensive workshop at this year's SCBWI Conference. Makes you think faster!

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  3. Setting off to see Santa, I'm SURE you've been a good dog this year, but let's ask him to check the list.
    #W8PAdvent @paulhotfrog

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  4. Marching through the snow, looking for the last Autumn leaf. Let it fall, touch the snow, Christmas has landed. #W8PAdvent @GeorgeKirk2

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  5. I want a bike for Christmas! I want a bone! And I want to know what Santa is really like. #W8PAdvent @NickySchmidt1

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  6. “What is it? I can’t see"
    “Bird, sshh! It’s the very last one. If we listen hard we’ll hear her song when it falls.” #W8PAdvent @jancarr

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  7. Thank You Sue, Paul, George and Nicky, I'm looking forward to reading what you come up with tomorrow!

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