I finished crocheting my candy colored doxie and named him Oscar. He’s in my shop now awaiting your arrival. Please go visit to see all his photos and perhaps, click the ADD TO CART button and give Oscar a new home. Yours.
Hey East Dallas, come see me tomorrow, October 25 from 12 to 5 at T. Hee Greeting & Gifts. Start your holiday shopping early. Looking forward to seeing your smiling faces.
I put the faces on the squirrels, glued them to their plaques and packed up the ones already sold. Then I made the fruit flavored squirrels that Chris from Makers Connect insisted I had to create. She even picked out the colors and bought the yarn, that’s how insistent she was that these darling little squirrel heads needed to be colorful as well as brown. Now they are all awaiting you in my Etsy shop. Click on the pic to be transported there where you can admire the photos and hopefully, purchase one for your empty wall.
Squirrel heads awaiting their faces. Then they’ll be glued down to their wooden plaques and away some will go off to their new homes and a few to my shop. Keep watching for their arrival.
The fabulous Plush Team has cooked up another challenge for our creative minds to conquer, this time it is to create a Day of the Dead plush. My favorite holiday. Love all those skulls and skeletons. And for some reason, I managed to complete this project way ahead of deadline. How unlike me. Must have been that skull that made me hurry up and crochet. I present to you my creation: Miss Masked Cat. Please click here to be whisked over to the Plush Team shop and see more photos and read all about her. Or purchase her to get your place looking great for the upcoming holiday. Enjoy.
I know Halloween is several weeks away but I just couldn’t control my crocheting hands and look what they whipped up, Harry, the striped Halloween pup. He’s hanging out in my shop awaiting your retrieval. Don’t disappoint him, give him a new home now so he has time to get comfortable and settle in for the big day: Halloween. Won’t the trick or treaters enjoy seeing Harry holding a bowl of treats at your front door. Hurry, Halloween is just around the corner.
We the members of the illustrious Etsy Plush Street Team love to challenge each other with fun creative plush making activities. For our summer challenge, each participant made a plush fruit for a virtual fruit bowl. I made a plush pineapple. It’s available now in the Plush Team Etsy shop. Below is our photoshopped fruit bowl. I think it’s fabulous, don’t you?