Monday, August 2, 2010

Lazy cats and new items for ebay

Hello friends!! Not much to share today except a couple of pictures of my cats. This is a rare thing for them two as they usually don't get that close to each other...lol. They were so out of it they didn't even notice that I was in the room!

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I also finally managed to get my pinkeeps sewed up along with a little framed picture.

This first one is a design by The Trilogy

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All the rest of these are by Jenny Hoffman of Country Rustic Primitives

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I did something different this time with the pinkeeps...instead of using polyfill for stuffing, I used rice and poly pellets. Makes them a bit heavier but it also lets them stand on their own. I'll see how it goes over before I decide to continue to use the rice and pellets.

I also listed some Terrye French painting books, some Create & Decorate magazines and some Quick & Easy Painting magazines if anyone is interested. All that and the pinkeeps are listed on my ebay. Just click the link on the sidebar.

Well it looks like that is it for now. Have a great week everyone!!


5 comments:

Patti said...

cute kitties and cute, cute pinkeeps Brenda!! love em'

Carol/Firecrackerkid said...

Hi Brenda:) OMGosh, your kitties are awesome! I was takin' pics of mine today too. Your white w/spots looks like our Ghost and your tiger makes two of our bugsy. Thats a biggun and adorable:)
Your pin keeps are sooo cute:)
Hugs~Carol

♦Lynne♦Down Willow Lane♦ said...

You have two gorgeous cats Brenda!Don't they always find the best spots?It looks so comfy that you can understand why a truce was made (for perhaps a short while anyway)Your new handmades are very pretty.I especially like the primitive key one in the last photo.TFS.

Sheila said...

Good morning Brenda~
your pinkeeps are very nice and the kitty's are so cute and comfy on your bed! Such a life isn't it?
If I slept like that I'd be visiting my chiropractor more often! *LOL*
Have a great day.
Sheila
http://seasonsofthyheart.blogspot.com

Angie Berry said...

I see you've been a stitching fool (meaning that in the nicest way possible!). I love those designs and good idea about the new way you are filling them.