While the customer was very happy, when she gave the tree to her husband for Christmas and they looked at it, it turned out to have a couple of mistakes.
On this occasion the information provided to me had included the error, so I had correctly written what had been sent - but the fact remains that the tree is wrong.
We considered a rewrite, but have decided instead to go for a correction.
Here's what it says now: (The piece has the outline of a tree pastelled onto the paper, which is what the green behind the lettering is. So yes. that's another challenge to face.)
Step 1 - remind myself of which colour and pen I used. Don't trust myself - find some paper of the same type (Saunders Waterford) and write out the words CLARE and HUNTER in the pen/paint colour I think I used - colour match is good, so the paint was Raw Umber in a No3 pen.
(Of course if I did what I tell all my students and took good notes, I'd know this already!)
Step 2 - practice all the steps below several times on the spare paper.
Step 3 - on the real piece, write the word HUNTER over the top of CLARE. (Although it isn't centred perfectly, I decided my best plan was to recycle the E from CLARE).