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Sunday, 9 June 2013

Altered Dictionary - U

Yes, its that time again!!!!!  This time we are working with 'U' and I have chosen 'Ugli Fruit' , not that its that ugly eh!  I had a few pages to play with so I have made a couple of pockets and added tags to them.  More sewing to hold the pockets together and lots of inky fingers haha!


We are coming on for half way there in this challenge now.  I hope you are all as pleased with your books as I am :D

For more details of this challenge please pop over *HERE*.  Thank you so much for popping by, please leave a comment if you do as I really appreciate them!  Take care, HUGS xxx

9 comments:

DIane Warburton said...

I've never eaten ugli fruit - according to your journalling it's just a trademark name for tangelos - which is all very interesting in itself. I must try some!

Hope that you're doing well recently with eating all this fruit :-) xx

Julia S-W said...

Great pages Karen and as it happens, I'm a big fan of ugli fruit although getting the peel off can be quite a challenge!. Wonderful colours, background and stitching - yay!!
Off to put thinking cap on for 'U'. . . .
Enjoy your Sunday.
Hugs, Juliaxxx

Gill Edwards said...

Hi, ive been looking at your past entries to the altered dictionary challenge, how clever to make it a theme of fruit. I love your pages and am determined to join in this time. Better late than never eh

Gill x

Dawn said...

Awe sweetie, what an amazing spread, I LOVE it. Your pockets are superb and I love the background, yippee for inky fingers!!!!!!
Huge huggles x x x x

Kaz said...

It's a beautiful page Karen, I love all the depth and stitching on it xxx

Von said...

You have made the fruit look so inviting despite it's unfortunate name :)
Von ♥

Maggie said...

Great pages for Ugli fruit...my word is the same but spelt different.....

MaggieH

Sandy said...

I never heard of such a fruit but it sure is pretty!!
sandy

carolfromkiwiland said...

Another great page Karen and I love to eat Ugli Fruit.They are delicious and as stated above the skin can be a bit of mission to peel.They really aren't sold commercially here and I haven't had any for about four years as I found some when they were in season and I was on holiday.We brought a tree but after seven years it still has not fruited - poor me.I thought your fig page was beautiful too.