* Snowy and Chinook

Posted on February 22nd, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Crafty Review.

I finally got Snowy and Chinook, the latest in the Windy series by Robin Mitchell and Judith Steedman. It comes with a CD, just like Sunny. Same cute aesthetic, with some great silly creatures. I tried the other night to build a diorama like in the book, but it was pretty much a flop. What’s funny is they use some of the very same origami papers that I was using! I’ll definitely take another stab at it.


Oh, and if you haven’t seen Picnic and Steedman Design, design companies they’re affiliated with, go take a look. Their stuff is marvelous.


6 Responses to “Snowy and Chinook”

  1. Snowbear Says:

    Thanks for the great links! Which of these books do you like the best? I will have to check them out–by the way I have been enjoying your blog for some time now.

  2. tania Says:

    oh wow!
    thanks for introducing me to 3 new AMAzingly cool things i had never seen.
    beautiful, i love picnic cards…

  3. Karen Says:

    They’re so adorable and the Picnic link is great!

  4. kelly Says:

    Oooh, now I’m excited! I just ordered Snowy & Chinook for my daughter – she loves Windy! I can’t wait to get it and check it out. Thanks for the endorsement!

  5. Leslie Says:

    How adorable is that?! Too cute!

  6. Maitreya Says:

    You’re making me choose which one I like best? Gosh, how to decide. I’ll have to go with Windy, I guess. Although Snowy and Chinook has Tulip the Buffalo going for it, and Sunny has the better CD.


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