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Get Messy Season of Fairy Tales - Week 1



It is the Season of Fairy Tales at *Get Messy. So for the  next few weeks I'm working in this  handmade mushroom journal.

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This week starts a new season at Get Messy- The Season of Fairy Tales! I'm excited for this one, it's going to be a lot of fun. 

My friend Misty and I did a sort of mini collaboration for this season- I sketched out a mushroom for her and she turned it into an accordion journal and shared the tutorial on the Get Messy blog.

Inspired by that, I created a mushroom journal as well.  I made this double sided album. It's basically 2 pamphlet stitched journals that I adhered together going in opposite directions.


Now onto my pages for the week. For this season, my plan is to re-write some classic fairy tales into versions that I like better, we'll see if I make it through the whole season doing this or not though. :) I started with Little Red Riding Hood, because that one is my all time favorite.


I also created this page based off of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.


I think I'll be filling this journal up with a lot of character design illustrations, they're really fun to do!

What's your favorite fairy tale?

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  1. I think my favorite is "Peau d'Ane" but I don't know the translation! And... do you think "Le Petit Prince" may be a fairy tale?
    Stephanie

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