quilled fail whale revealed

before i get to that, just a quick note of thanks for all the interest and enthusiasm for the art of quilling. as paula bauer mentioned to me, it really is an art form, a centuries-old one at that. i’ve learned so much about it, thanks to many of the comments and links you’ve shared.

now about the fail whale. i’m writing to share that ann martin (who i featured in quilling: part 3) revealed her version of the twitter fail whale today.

click here to see it if you’re curious, let her know i sent ya :-)

(and in case you missed it, you can read my series about quilling starting here: part 1 part 2 part 3 )

and finally, any entomologists out there? i need your help… next time.

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2 Responses to quilled fail whale revealed

  1. Victoria says:

    Ah, I was wondering what a fail whale was! I had no idea that’s what it was called, but that’s supercute. :)

    And about vet school – you don’t even need a bachelor’s to apply, although something like 3/4 of the students do. The minimum is two years of university that include the prerequisite courses.

    I think some vet schools in the US might require a bachelor’s degree though. That’s what I’ve heard.

    Thinking about changing career tracks? ;)

  2. Corey says:

    I do like the whale. Marvelous how anyone can have the time to do their craft, photograph their craft, share their craft, do it for a living, blog about it, and still explore new things. I am so envious. maybe in my next life. I had fun clicking around her site using the You Might Like thumbnails. Stumbled upon the paper stars I have always wanted to learn how to make. Put it on my list. Thanks!

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