• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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22 January 2007

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Very intrigued by the deer… can't wait to see what you'll do with it. Bet you'll pick up some more odd search phrases because of it. :)

Very interesting; What are he/she and the ears made of?

i'll be patiently waiting...:)

for now i'll just feel soothed by the warm colors of your living space

Is this inspired by the hot pink faux fur boar's head floor rug from Craftster a couple year's back? I totally ordered the taxidermy catalog after I saw that beaut. Very curious about what you are up to.

Hmm, waiting to see what you put together....And interesting lovely dear...Your walls are beautiful.

Oh my God! It is huge! You may have to move to a bigger house Steph.

What on earth are you going to do with dear deer?
Your home looks gorgeous and calming!!!

New to the house, second hand chairs came into the house and neither cat batted an eyelid...
Looking forward to seeing your next creation, g xo

Wow, that deer is looking amazing. I love the look of your house, the decor, pictures on the wall and above the cupboard, it's so elegant!

This is truly a conversation piece. And so lovely and simple.

I love the natural elements you've brought into your home. I attempt to do the same with fall leaves and summer lavendar but it doesn't look nearly as elegant.

Whoa! That's a big deer, I hope you are going to make it look slightly less creepy when you are done with it. I'm very curious... Also must add that I love your interior! And the wee piggies you made are supercute, looking forward to more barnyard creatures :)

okay...
you have just moved up 17 spaces on my wacky crafters list.

can't wait to see what you are doing.

Fantastic post. Love this.

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