Hi Cindee - my gosh you have got a lot of patience working on all these little pieces. They will be very cute when you are finished.I also wanted to say that I really appreciate your posts on my blog. Since we live in somewhat similar climates, it has been fun to share heat, cold, rain, snow in the garden. The yellow heavy metal "thing" is a industrial fan blade I think. James at Creative Gardener made the HERB sign for me. I was out in the garden today inspite of the drizzle. It was fun.
Happy NEw Year - I enjoy your blog because it always inspires me ot create!!!
Hi Cindee~~ Looks like things are moving right along. I sure like the soft brown coffee stain.
Hi Creekside Rummager,Thanks. My hands are numb from doing all that sewing and stuffing bodies today! I can't wait till they are dry and I can put them all together(-: Hopefully tomorrow sometime(-:Hi Bren,Thank You! Happy New Year!!!Hi Grace Peterson,Thanks! I am almost done!! I can't wait!!!(-:
Cindee, what a cute project..can't wait to see the finished ta-da! You are too creative and, yes, have way more patience than me...lol!Happy New Year!Lynn
Cindee girl , you have to be the most patient person I know working with crafts like these little guys .. they are going to look adorable .. what happens next when they are all finished ? do you go to a craft sale and sell them ? Did I miss the part that you explain what you do with all of the little treats you make ? aren't I just too annoying with all of these questions (too much sugar over the holidays??) LOLJoy ;-)
Hi Cindee, This project looks like fun and a lot of work. Can't wait to see the finished work. Wishing you a very Happy New Year. Oh, Gus & Max say hello to Jack as well.
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