I didn't open it right away because
And then when I did open it (carefully preserving the button stamps), more lovely packaging with little goodies wrapped in pattern paper.
Oooo, spots. I like spots! Hold on, let's turn it over... Just look at this embroidery. Go have a lie down. Meet me back here in 15.
So amazing, right? I can't even begin to imagine how hard this was to make (not to mention time consuming), but I'm probably going to bring it to a tattooist and have it immortalised on my body.
And more. This cute jar has an pincushion top that says Eat Me. And has loads of treats inside.
I got some Alice-themed buttons too.
And as if I wasn't spoiled enough already, not only did I get these sweet little puppets / bookmarks but it came with a kit to make a dozen more.
You should definitely go over to Megan's blog to appreciate her talent. And also to the Alice and Wonderland swap Flickr group to see her pictures, seeing as they were not taken in a sick den they are much, much better than mine. Thank you so much Megan, yours will be in the post on Monday. I pinky swear.