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Craft Reactor Edinburgh’s 3rd Annual Members’ Showcase Exhibition

Welcome to the official launch of Craft Reactor Edinburgh’s 3rd Annual Members’ Showcase Exhibition! The Annual Members’ Showcase Exhibition is a real opportunity to see what Craft Reactor members have been working on in their attics over the last year and … Continue reading

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The Genius of Alfie Atkins

Alfie Atkins is a little boy who lives with his single dad in a flat in a high rise in an ordinary Swedish suburb. He is not very big, not very strong, he worries about the kinds of things little … Continue reading

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The Birthday Box

One of A’s favourite games to play is ‘Birthday’. She loves the singing, the dancing, the birthday cards, the birthday presents and the cake. The imaginary cake usually gets gobbled up really quickly and she has to make some more. … Continue reading

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The cutest button to button

Fairytales and haberdashery. These vintage buttons combine two of my favourite things. Found in a charity shop in a small town in France.

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Wimmelbüchern

For A’s second birthday she was the lucky recipient of two German Wimmel-Bilderbüchern. Das Grosse Wimmelbuch Durch Stadt und Land by Stephan Baumann (Arena Verlag GmbH, 2000) and Winter -Wimmerbuch by Rotraut Susanne Berners (Gerstenberg, 2003). These are large books without … Continue reading

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A Bit Lost – book review

My 2-year-old daughter and I have been reading A Bit Lost by Christ Haughton (Walker, 2010). It has lovely illustrations and is such a wonderfully fun and interactive book that I simply had to share it. Little Owl bounces out of … Continue reading

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