I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library. ~Jorge Luis Borges
Yes, I am a librarian, and love that I get to spend each day in “paradise.” I found a little time to get crafty earlier this week, and I made a little desktop sign for my dear friend and colleague who just finished her master’s degree in library science. It was a lot of hard work, but now she is done! I hope she will display this proudly and remember how lucky she is to work in the greatest profession in the world!
This craft project is seriously easy and you may remember my post from earlier this year when I made a similar one for a friend’s birthday. Anyway, I took some recycled game pieces that I gathered from the thrift store and a little “tray” that came from a vintage game…. glued them with some E6000 glue…. and there you have it!
Happy crafting, and happy reading! I hope you make time to visit your library TODAY!!
Be aware of wonder. Live a balanced life – learn some and think some and draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work every day some. -Robert Fulghum
I wanted to whip-up a little birthday gift for my friend, and this is the perfect quick and easy handmade present! I don’t know if it’s a by-product of being a former English teacher, a librarian, and of course, a lover of books, but I adore any project that uses letters and words. So, I’ve been collecting board games from the thrift store and using the pieces to make Scrabble tile message boards for the special people in my life. Today, I met my dear friend for a birthday breakfast, and wanted to reminder her to cut-back, just say “no”, and quite simply make more time for herself! (Good advice, wouldn’t you say?) Just take a Scrabble tile holder and a little glue (I use E-6000) and admire your “instant message.” Once you start, you will be thinking of all the important words you want to share!