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Rufus stayed home from pre-school again today.
What we thought was just a sore throat has turned out to be hand, foot and mouth virus.
Blisters inside his mouth and on his hands... poor little man.
As it was such a sunny autumn day, we made tissue paper (stained glass) leaves to catch the sunlight.
Inspiration from Flora and her beautiful leaves.
It all got a bit silly and messy... but good to see him a little happier.
I think these will stay up until Christmas when they will be replaced by snowflakes.
x

19 comments:

  1. So pretty- Flora better watch out! x

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  2. Very lovely Rufus! Hope he feels better soon. Btw Marmarco.com have the yellow mega dot blanket you like cheaper than Skandium.

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  3. ouch - sounds painful! do they keep inventing new childhood ailments? hope he feels better soon v x

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  4. They look fab! Thanks for the plug as well :)

    HFM is such a pesky thing isn't it? You spend 2 days getting really grumpy with them cos they're being a complete nightmare, then another 2 days racked with guilt cos you didn't realise they were really poorly! Hope he's feeling better soon

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  5. They're cool! Hope R gets better soon but in the meantime I love the crafts!

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  6. Good job little man!!

    Hope he is feeling better soon x

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  7. Oh dear, I've haven't heard of that before. Sounds nasty! Get better soon petit bonhomme and carry on making pretty things xxx

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  8. Poor old Rufus - hope he gets better soon. Those leaves look like a lovely half term project for Finn & I.

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  9. If Rufus is off again tomorrow please can we order a set of leaves for our windows??

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  10. i hope rufus is feeling better soon. those leaves are adorable. what a lovely idea!

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  11. What a beautiful craft project (and gorgeous photos - are you using a special filter?). Hope little Rufus feels better soon. Kellie xx

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  12. great idea lou! i love these. i shall put that in my crafty day locker! x

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  13. How pretty, love the leaves, your pictures are so beautiful too.
    Nattie x

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  14. Such a great idea, I bet they look lovely in the light.

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  15. Oh I wish Rufus a speedy recovery!x Your leaves are beautiful, they look perfect on the window:)

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  16. Poor Rufus...here's wishing him a speedy recovery. Some craft time at home is a nice way to recover.

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  17. Good work Rufus, what a creative little man you are. Hope you're feeling better soon xx

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  18. These are so sweet. I hope your boys are on the mend and that you’re ok too...must be a challenging week for you :( In other news, I like the new-look blog :) xx

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  19. Hope little Rufus is on the mend - those gorgeous leaves cheered him up I'm sure!

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