Dragonfly Mini Notebook

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One of my teacher/writing group friends just got her first publication acceptance, so I wanted to give her a gift that includes the dragonfly on her business cards. I traced the dragonfly on a small scrap of sheer fabric, triple-folded it for strength, and embroidered over the lines. Then I cut it out and glued the body onto a flower on the cover of one of my mini-notebooks, leaving the wings free. Oh, and I wrote a message for her to discover on the first page. I’m SO happy for Pam! ♥

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  1. I am such a big fan of your mini-notebooks…and the little dragonfly from her business card is such a sweet little touch! What a thoughtful gift!

    • Oh, thank you, Lisa! That is SO kind of you! Please allow me to *bend* the rules a bit and, instead of writing a post about myself, add the button to my sidebar with a big THANK YOU to you (plus, when you click on the button, it links back to YOU!) as a token of my appreciation. And keep up the great work on your blog! Thank you again!!! :) Katherine

  2. What a wonderfully thoughtful friend you are! I adore dragonflies and their symbolism. What awesome news for your friend too! It’s not an easy business to get into. So, how did she react when you gave it to her?
    Tracey x

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