Friday, January 13, 2012

Flannel Friday Valentine (and related!) Extravaganza

Welcome FF'ers! I don't have anything to share myself today, but I'm happy to host. The number of half-finished posts in my drafts file is very frustrating, but other things have had to take priority. I'm restarting programming next week, and between training my new library clerk and planning a staff in-service to start the process of creating customer service standards for the library I haven't had time for much else. The in-service was today, and it went really well! We'll see if things start evening out for me soon.

So without further ado may I present
Flannel Friday for Friday the Thirteenth of January

Alison with Jan Brett's "The Hat"
Anne with "The Little Rabbit Who Wanted Red Wings" (I grew up with this old version of the book and I LOVED it even though the part where his Mummy doesn't know him every time)
Kari presents a set of matching valentines with multiple uses
K joins us with a magnetic version of "My Heart is like a Zoo"
Meghan's Valentine post isn't quiiiite ready, so here are some winter theme options with snowmen
Cate is submits My Froggy Valentine
Andrea mushy-gushies up a familiar verse with "Two Little Lovebirds" 
Katie presents "H-E-A-R-T" to the tune of BINGO
Tracey shares a whole bunch of great on-theme ideas on her blog 
Sarah with some versatile shoes (and everybody's favorite, Pete the Cat!)
Linda shares a cut and tell version of "Squirrel Gives Her Heart" with suggestions for flannelizing
And Katie presents the sweet family themed poem "Five Little Kisses"
Don't forget to check out Erin's sweet little Candy Hearts rhyme

And finally, Melissa gives us a bunch of simple, easy to adapt ways to use Five Hearts. Melissa is also next week's roundup hostess and her blog is where you can get a Flannel Friday button.

The archived/upcoming hosts are on Anne's blog, here.
For us visual learners, browse all the past Flannel Friday contributions via Pinterest (602 members and counting!)
Join the discussions over at the FF Facebook page. And finally, follow FF on Twitter by searching #flannelfriday (whether or not you have a Twitter account).

See you next week.


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