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Yippee! The Bright Little Buttons' Christmas cards arrived this morning. They (and we :D) were very excited to see how their designs turned out. We hope you like them as much as we do!
They were SO spikey!
Each of the Bright Little Buttons found time to design their own Christmas Card even though it was only just October! (Sorry for opening that can of worms so early :( )
They weighed our big envelope full of our designs and gave them to the postman to deliver.
The sample cards should be delivered to us early next week ready for your perusal and purchasing! :D
We can't wait to see how our designs turn out!
The people at the Post Office were very friendly...
We had a good reason though, we needed to send them away to be made into real, printed Christmas Cards :D
The Bright Little Buttons were soon hard at work, making hedgehogs to add to our display board.
Autumn had arrived and there were so many interesting things to look at on the Nature Table.
...or carefully matching the colours in Colour Box 2.
Everybody was so busy!
...or practicing grading the cubes of the Pink Tower...
Other people were busy constructing strong towers with the Geo Mags...
Each of the Bright Little Buttons found time to design their own Christmas Card even though it was only just October! (Sorry for opening that can of worms so early :( )
It was great to be back in the woods again!
Is that another spider? No, it's a beautiful shield bug that came to help make hot chocolate :)
No! It's a giant spider's web!! Don't touch the web or you'll be stuck and the spider will catch you!!!
Mission impossible?
As it was almost autumn there were acorns, sycamore seeds, mushrooms and spiders to be found :O
Ah! They make interesting instruments and use some more of those empty pots up.
What have you got in that old pot? Spare chickpeas and rice?
Ta da! We've made new paper!
Planet Earth seed paper to be precise! We can enjoy looking at it and remembering our school strike through the autumn and winter, and it will be all ready to plant next spring :D
...spoon or squish them into a frame and squeeze the water out.
We can soak them in warm water, blend them back to a pulp...
Ah practicising cutting. That's nice but what can we do with all those offcuts?
The Bright Little Buttons enjoyed their printing and their efforts will make beautiful wrapping paper for presents :)
Is that the end of a lettuce? It;s not so nice to eat but suprisingly good to print flowers with. Old  potatoes are great to print with too!
... for visitors to our balconies, window boxes and gardens to use. That's some plastic bottles reused :D
Of course not! Just to make sure that Broadwater is litter free and to collect some materials to make bug hotels...
Where are those Bright Little Buttons off to? To protest?
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