Meet Kiki ~ a friendly, lovable bird from ‘Message in a Bottle’.
She’s relaxing in front of the sunset, thinking about her travels around the world and looking for her next adventure…
But why is she going around the world?
Because she’s got a very important journey ~ to deliver a message in a bottle to a very special person. What a very helpful bird she is!
And you can help Kiki by getting involved and getting behind the launch team for Message in a Bottle ~ a personalised book for children.
Over recent weeks I’ve had the privilege of watching Kiki develop from a hand-drawn sketch to the wonderful colourful character that she is now 🙂
How can you not love Kiki?
During the launch process, I popped some colouring-in sheets under our little girl’s nose (you can get yours by pledging your support on Kickstarter.
Her eyes lit up and she began to inject some colour into the sheets. As she coloured, we had a chat about what the sheets were for.
I told her about Kiki’s task and how the little bird was going to get a special message to a very special person. I love the work in progress here, don’t you?
I’ve been excited to be able to show our little girl illustrations by Tuire Siiriainen as the book has been tweaked. Myself and other members have given great feedback which has enabled the team to bring Message in a Bottle to what you see here on Kickstarter.
I love that Kiki (lovely little Kiki!) is ready for an adventure;
an adventure with an important goal…
Now we’ve got an important goal… to help Kiki get that message delivered.
Help her now! You can even get a soft toy of Kiki… can you even imagine?…
Message in a Bottle has been produced with love by the very talented team and it’s now live on Kickstarter. There are lots of different ways to pledge your support for Kiki and the Message in a Bottle book.
And follow Kiki’s journey with Message in a Bottle across the World Wide Web!
And you can spread the word by pinning from my Message in a Bottle board on Pinterest
As they say, ‘don’t delay, get involved today!’
*This is a collaborative post but all opinions are my own.