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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Crocheted Bun

Every once in a while I step away from my paper projects and do a bit of something else. This time it was crochet. As I was wandering the web I came across this adorable Amigurumi bunny created by Tejiendo Peru. (You can search Conejo at www.tejiendoperu.com to find the pattern.) The entire instructions, including videos, are all in Spanish. I don't understand Spanish, except to count to twenty, yes, no, here, and a few other random words. So I had to guess on most of it. All-in-all, I think it came out pretty good, even though it's a bit bigger than the original, due to the fact that I used the yarn and hook I had on hand, which were not identical to what she used. Also I used some multi-color yarn for the ears and feet instead of three individual colored yarns....again, just used what I had on hand.

Anyway, I sent my sister some pics of the progress and her 7 year old son saw him. She told me he was quite concerned that the bunny needed to go to a good home. So I told her to tell him that if he does super well in school that maybe Baby Bun-Bun (he has already named the bunny) could come live with him. (Yes, I'm still angling for the position of best Auntie ever! 😇)

Here are some during-the-progress pics that I took. He was a bit Alien before he got his ears and feet...

Oh! And you HAVE to check out his cute tail/cola ...
Hehehe! Doesn't it just make you giggle?

That's it! Easy peasy squishy cuteness!
Have a terrific day! Thanks for stopping by.

Masculine /Dark colored Album

I have a mini album to share today. The colors are darker and a bit grungy. So it would be great for pictures of your favorite guy. The design is a resized version of the All Occasion Mini Album and Hidden Hinge binding from Paper Phenomenon. The finished album size is 7 1/2"x6 1/4". The pages are 6"x7". Some have flaps that flip out to the side, all have at least one pocket. It includes four 5"x6" pullouts, two 5 1/4"x7" pullouts,  and several other various sized pullouts and bifold pullouts in the pockets. With a magnetic closure. (I like adding those to help keep the tags From falling out of the album.)
Lots of pictures to follow....
Sorry ...Blogger turned the photo on end. Can't seem to adjust it.
Sorry. Blogger taking control again.

That's it! It's a really nice size album with plenty of spaces to add pictures, notes, mementoes, etc.
Thanks for stopping by for a visit! Hope you have a terrific day.


Paper: Murphy Square (The Paper Studio); Black cardstock (Recollections, The Paper Studio)
Misc: Vintage Photo ink (Ranger), Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive (3M), Scor-Tape (1/4", 3/8", 1/2"), ATG tape (1/4"), magnets, Kraftex closure

Monday, April 18, 2016

Sporty Album

I was able to get my hands on some Graphic 45 Good Ol'Sport papers and bits. It's my first time working with Graphic 45. Can I just say, "Wow! I can see what all the fuss is about." It's great paper to work with. It's heavier stock than basic printed paper, but not quite as heavy as cardstock. Anyway, I made an album with it. Pictures follow. LOTS of pictures. 😄


That's it! It turned out so fantastic! Can't wait to see how it is received at the annual auction for www.BillysKids.com . Hope you all have a fabulous day! Thanks so much for stopping by.