Sunday, January 3, 2010

13 Extreme Primitive Snowmen Done

Whew that was a lot of snowman building.
I am glad I am done!
If you are looking for cute little snow guys then you better close your eyes now...
I guess I should add that this project cost me about 6 dollars to do. I had everything but the paper clay. I had coupons for that for half off and I bought two packages.
You can laugh if you want to it won't hurt my feelings or these little guys feelings at all(-: They are proud to be "different"
Kinda reminds me of Halloween...Joy are you reading this???LOL(-: How many more days??

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Grace Peterson said...

Hi Cindee~~ They're adorable. I especially love the stick legs and shoes. So talented!! I hadn't noticed until now that your sidebar has slide shows. Yum. Eye candy. I'm headed there now.

pammiejo said...

I think your snowmen are cute!! Thanks for checking on me - still hanging in there! PAM

Grace Peterson said...

Hi Cindee, Again! I had the most enjoyable time going through your slide shows. Have you considered having these photos printed in book form? It seems like the books I'm familiar with will have only one or two good photos of garden art. You you could fill a book with yours. The shoe garden, OMGosh. Sooo Cool. Did you make all these fabulous things or are these photos of several gardens? If you get published I want the first copy. LOL

CiNdEe said...

Hi Grace,
And yes I made all those fun things!(-: Well unless I noted otherwise. Some things my brother made for me.(-:

Hi PammieJo,
Thank You! So glad you are doing well!(-: Hang in there Spring is just a hop, skip and jump away!!!

Crafty Gardener said...

It has been great following the progress of your snowmen. Very creative!

tina said...

Different yes, but most charming all the same.

Barbee' said...

Now that is different! Cute little fellows. Made me think of the name Twiggy (remember that model named Twiggy several years ago).

mothernaturesgarden said...

Those are the cutest snowmen.

The Japanese Redneck said...

I think they are adorable. I like the rustic look. So cute!

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

I love your prim snowmen. Their little boots and stick legs just made them. Wonderful job Cindee. Thank God the wait is over. LOL

lynn'sgarden said...

Really adorable, Cindee!

CiNdEe said...

Hi Crafty Gardener,
Thanks I am glad you enjoyed seeing the progress of the snowmen(-:

Hi Tina,
Thanks(-; They keep me smiling all day(-;

Hi Barbee,
Yes I remember Twiggy(-;
They are twiggy little guys thats for sure(-:

Hi Mothernaturesgarden,
Thank You(-:

Hi Japanese Redneck,
Thanks(-: Now to keep Gus away from eating them all(-: LOL

Hi Hocking Hills Gardener,
Thanks(-: I hate to keep people waiting...(-: It was fun though(-: Now I have to come up with a new project to get me through the month!(-:

GardenJoy4Me said...

Cindee girl ! I have been sick for a few days so I was out of the loop for a while .. OMG ! these are perfect snowmen : ) and YES !! they have a Halloween flavor ? to them !! .. I love the coffee staining affect .. they look antique .. I must have missed the post of how you came up with the design ? but wow .. you did one heck of a job on a small budget girl !
Joy .. 298 days till Halloween !!

CiNdEe said...

Hi Gardenjoy4Me,
I am glad you are feeling better! I hate being sick)-:
I think you are right Gus needed a little boost so he ate the snowman coffee flavored doll(-: Speaking of coffee...I need some too!
As for the design, I just thought that up myself. It was pretty simple(-:
At first they were going to be just heads then I decided to add the body because they were in need of something else(-: It went from

Peonies & Magnolias said...

They are so cute. I just love their little stick legs.


Brighid said...

Oh my, I love your snow fellas. Great job.
My daughter collects primitive snowmen, so it's best if I don't tell her about these, lol.

CiNdEe said...

Hi Sandy!
Thank You!!!

Hi Brighid,
Thanks!! I love all things primitive too(-: Snowmen are one of my favorite(-: