This is a little guy I made a while back and got the pattern from a seller on etsy. It was easy to make but took a while. However, it was extremely inexpensive because I used old denim bermudas and some outgrown pajama pants. I must say, though, for costing so little, he does grab your heart. :)
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Day 3- Doodles
Ok, so I just have to say how much I love doodling. It's so fun because something that starts out as nothing can turn into something amazing. This is probably my favorite doodle i've done so far. My favorite part is probably the shooting star or the rain drops!
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Day 2- Things that still come in glass
I Absolutely love anything that comes in glass. Something about the firmness of it in comparison to plastic just makes me happy. In fact, i've been known to buy something just because it came in glass or was in cute packaging. The last time I did that, I ended up with a disgusting, bitter drink which I spat and dumped out, but I was perfectly fine with the $1.10 I wasted because I got to keep the adorable little bottle. (It's the little one in the picture that says sanbitter.)
Saturday, March 13, 2010
I keep hearing, reading and thinking that I should blog about everything. So, this week for spring break, I am going to celebrate one thing every day and blog about it.
Day 1 celebration- painted fingernails and toes
I love them so much! Even though I smudge them every time without fail. Oh, well. I can always repaint them.
Well, this is another of my recent creations. It isn't a guy or a girl, human, alien, animal, or insect. Its name is dot. Now you can try to figure out what that means. I crocheted it about a week ago, and except for the quite bright purple yarn which happens to be K-State's color, the terrible makeshift stitching on his eyes, and the fact that its lining is made out of an old sock, I rather like it. Currently, it is resting on my typewriter, underneath the bar that holds the paper down- whatever that thing is called. I don't know why it's on there, but I suppose that's okay not to have a reason for everything.