Wednesday, November 30, 2011

4 little bears and snowmen...

Usually, it's the story of the 3 bears but this time it's 4 bears! :o) These are the bears that I made to give the kids this Christmas. These are keepsake bears. David gets the dark brown one, Anna gets red, Lizzie gets the cream one, and Jimmy gets the light brown. The boys have buttons on their vests and the girls have flowers... I love how they all look a little different (besides colors) even tho they're made from the same pattern. These bears stand about 7" tall. :o)

And I made some snowmen last week... Out of chenille! Wool felt angel wings, sticks for little arms. (Thanks to my Boy Scout for whittling them sharp for me, to be able to insert them!) Added a little snow glitter to them... I *love* the way they turned out. :o)

7 comments:

Becky said...

Those bears are fabulous! Something for them to treasure always. Good job.

Hazel said...

Great bears and snowman the kids will be thrilled with them , heck I'd be thrilled .

Barb said...

Love love your snowmen!!

Pat from FL and MI said...

The bears are so special, and the snowmen are cute too!

Béa said...

The bears are very cute & they must be very difficult to make...congratulations Angela !
The snowmen are very fun too !

Inge Vivianne Galli said...

Dear Angela, these four are absolutely wonderful!! I think I could not choose between one of them as they all have something very .. very charming!!!

If your children don't want them (I can't imagine), you may post them to the Netherlands, my daughter is standing next to me drooling over them!!! ;-)

I'm wishing you a most wonderful Christmas and Holiday time with your lovely family!!!

Hope you don't mind if I snatch the photo with the four lovely hugs for my blog?

Hugs!!
Vivianne

Shutterbugs said...

Hi, Angela! I've been missing in action for quite a while, and have just checked in on your blog after a lengthy break. Love the snowmen! And I can't believe how much your kids have grown! Time really does pass quickly! Love everything you've been doing, and I look forward to what is to come! Patty aka Shutterbugs