Of course, I can't show you pages from the book due to copyright law, but check your local library for a copy.
This lovely little children's book has captured my imagination. I have been poring over it, marveling at the cut-out paper snowflakes built upon animal shapes.
It has also provided a novel diversion while I wait for Martha Ess' new critter book to be released.
Which begs the question: might it be possible to work Martha's winsome critters (or Christel Weidemann's farm animals or Jane Eborall's animals or Inga Madsen's or Heather Johnston's animals) into snowflakes or small doilies? A polar bear...a penguin...a winter fox...a gecko...a dragon...a swan...a baby whale?
How about using a Zoo flake as a template for a new doily design?
Kersti Anear has green-lighted this idea for an InTatters forum challenge. So I put the question to you. Would you be interested? If so, I'd love to know!
And of course, head on over to InTatters to take part in the challenge. (But I won't have the forum post up until this evening.)