Slacker! It’s a nutty week so I’m just showing you my version of Katie’s version of Fall Is Not Easy by Martin Kelley. I was so excited about this flannel that I made this from Katie’s post before I had seen the book.
When the book came in, I read it to my 10 year old daughter, and we seriously got the giggles. Since then I’ve been carrying it around to show everyone I know, but apparently I am the LAST PERSON IN THE WORLD to learn about this one, since everyone is all, Mel, we’ve seen it already!
Now that I know what some of the other “wrong leaves” are (see also Nicole’s version!) I might have to go back and add a few more, or make up my own.
The tree is a larger version of the tree pattern I used for Blue is the Sky. I decided to glue it to another piece of felt so that it wouldn’t be too floppy. I chose blue, but you could match it to the background color of your flannelboard, too.
I want to send a special shout-out this week to my Colorado library connections: you know who you are! Thanks for your encouraging words about Flannel Friday. Your support and enthusiasm is amazing.
Find this week’s round up at Anna’s blog Future Librarian Superhero. Past round ups and future hosts are listed at So Tomorrow. And of course you can see all the ideas at our Pinterest account. Mollie just started a Flannel Friday group on Facebook, so you can FIND US THERE TOO! And if you’ve ever posted a Flannel Friday on YOUR blog, don’t forget to add the new blog button to your widgets!
Another few months of this, and we will be poised to take over the world! So have a great week!