Before I left I had completed two more bunnies and would like to introduce you to one of them, a little guy I named Herman Hare.
Herman is taking a carrot break and from the look on his face I'm thinking this is probably not the only carrot he's eaten. My son says Herman looks like he's ready for a nap.
The carrot is carved from wood and it is not the first one I carved for him. I ended up making three. No he didn't eat them, it seems that somehow I lost them. They're small and before being painted they didn't really show up very well when laid down or dropped on the floor. I actually lost the second one while I was holding it. Talk about butter fingers....
It has to be somewhere around my work area but I haven't found it yet and won't need it if it ever does show up.
I just had to show you his nub of a tail.
Yep, this fella needs a nap or maybe he's going to sneeze. I get that look when I'm on the verge of sneezing.
Saturday my sister and I went to the Pendleton outlet store and I bought some buttons. Then we went to Le Gudwil and I found a lovely tin to keep them in.
You see, I bought so many buttons they just won't fit in my button box. Here's what nearly two and a half pounds of buttons look like. Now imagine sorting them. Fun?? You betcha!!
I'm still working on the last bunny and will hopefully have him completed this week. I'm also experimenting with some paper mache eggs. It seems that although I could buy them ready made and eliminate a lot of the work I have to be obstinate and do it the hard way and make my own. What can I say? I'm stubborn.
I want to wish you a lovely day and as always, thanks for stopping by.