I'm using these pictures of a vintage nursery curtain to experiment with picture layout.
And it's been fun spotting the nursery rhymes:
Simple Simon (met a pieman)
Three Blind Mice (see how they run)
Sing a Song of Sixpence (a pocket full of rye)
Goosey Goosey Gander (whither shall I wander)
The Queen of Hearts (made some tarts)
Humpty Dumpty (sat on a wall)
Hey Diddle Diddle (the cat and the fiddle)
Little Miss Muffet (sat on a tuffet)
Old Mother Hubbard (went to the cupboard)
Bye Baby Bunting (daddy's gone a-hunting)
Are children still taught these I wonder.
Ha! I see it didn't work at all when I published - nothing like the preview.
Back to the drawing board.