Thanks so much for all those who entered my giveaway. It was such a time consuming job to organize all the 8 entries to choose a winner :)
I did it the old fashioned way and wrote each number on paper slips and drew lucky number...
~ 3 ~
~ Heather ~
Email me your color choice and the size you want the cover to be.
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Moving on to the stories. I have made a few already, they are addicting. Once I realized how easy it is I just kept getting ideas that I can use for more stories, and for other FHE ideas.
Next time I'll post about some things I've learned about making the characters for the stories.
Can you tell what story this is going to be?
I do plan to give some stories away too. Some that I will make for my self and while I'm at it I'll make an extra set.
The first story will be next week.
(I'll just go ahead and tell you what it is because I like to share and I am not so good with suspense.)
It will be the one I showed in the give away post on the board.
It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles G. Shaw.
If you haven't read this book to your kids, then you really should go get it right now from the library. It's a perfect book for them to get involved in as you read it.