I also altered the inside front cover and the first page of this book. There were beautiful butterflies painted on the inside cover......just little brush painted outlines, but lovely. I doodled inside the open spaces of the wings and then wrote "butterfly, flutterby" randomly around the page. I had this lovely French General tag and decide to use it as my book plate. The card in the upper right corner has a quote from Alice in Wonderland "How does one become a butterfly," she asked pensively. "You must want to fly so much that you are willing to give up being a caterpillar." I love this quote! I believe it is one of my favorite from the book because I see myself so very much in it. I want to do so many daring things with my art but feel so comfortable where I am. Do I really want to fly??? Hmmmm....... I added a stamped butterfly to the top of the book plate. In the lower left corner I added a cut out of a bird's nest with eggs and placed a cut out of the girl with a heart just above the nest. (Home is where the heart is!) I used my red ink pen and outlined it several times. In the lower right corner I added the British post office letter box (just because my heart is SO British! LOL) The next page had 12 squares, each an artist work in itself, that I altered. It was so much fun deciding how to alter each of these tiny squares. I love working on little spaces. (I recently saw a post on thekathrynwheel.blogspot.com about one of her tiny journal pages. I love tiny journals and have one that I will post when I finish with it.) I am so ready for this round robin to begin! Can't wait to see the finished product. ") Be creative! Do something today!