Hello friends! I have a few receivers and should have more throughout the week so expect to see quite a few posts in the next few days! As some of you have seen on my facebook, I have been BUSY! For proof, check out all these packages:
Yes, those are all filled to the brim, too! It has been EXPENSIVE at the post office. And I am still not done! Kira, I have still not sent yours because my wallet is empty but I am subbing at some schools so I should be able to very soon! I'm so sorry! :S
After getting these done I have been highly motivated and I am spitting out projects left and right. Vanessa, I have a yeti sitting here on the table for you and some digital collages almost done for your niece! But I cannot say anything else because they are surprises. Shh. ;)
Meanwhile, before I post anything from the swaps, I wanted to share these three little suckers I completed just this minute. I am not sure if I should say "why did I make these," or "why didn't I make these ages ago?" Either way, I love them. The idea popped into my head when my best friend and maid of honor told me she loved my yeti plushes. But more than anything Tara loves zombies which is part of why we get along so well. So obviously I had to combine them and make a
After making the first one, I knew he belonged to me. I can be selfish and keep a thing or two once in a while, right? (lol, I always feel bad about keeping something for myself!) And then I knew Amy needed one so I had to make two more. If I was talented enough, I would make an ice cream cone or snow cone with brains in it, but my sewing skills are not quite to that level yet. Anyways, I hope you guys like my zombie yetis as much as I do. And don't worry, they only like frozen brains so they are not hazardous to your health. But winter might be dangerous around them....