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Thread: Foxy Pillow & wwyd

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    Foxy Pillow & wwyd

    I can't believe I did it! This is my first experience using freezer paper, and it turned out wonderfully better than I anticipated. I used this tutorial http://www.twiddletails.com/store/in...age=page&id=21, and drew up the fox based on another fox I saw online. While it was a little slow going at first while I figured out a new techinique, I was surprised how it came together so fast!

    It's going to be a pillow, 12x16.


    now for the wwyd...
    I want to ad a cute bow:
    pink


    baby blue


    navy blue


    or something else?
    Naomi, Wife to Wayne
    Mom to Sydney (8.07), heaven baby Corey (8.08), Elijah (8.09), Kezia (8.11)

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    oh, and should I stitch on some wiskers?
    Naomi, Wife to Wayne
    Mom to Sydney (8.07), heaven baby Corey (8.08), Elijah (8.09), Kezia (8.11)

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    Your fox came out really cute. Good job!
    Lizzy in La.

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    I like pink or light blue. Not sure on the whiskers. I love your little fox! Thanks for the link.
    Kelly

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    Very cute!

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    Super-cute!

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    It's adorable! Good job and if I was going to put on a bow, I think maybe turquoise? I think that would go with the shades of yellow and green well? Or maybe leave it plain? It's really cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    It's adorable! Good job and if I was going to put on a bow, I think maybe turquoise? I think that would go with the shades of yellow and green well? Or maybe leave it plain? It's really cute.
    ooh, turquoise! I just threw a few bows on that I had made up from a previous project, I'll have to look at my ribbon and see what I have.

    thanks everyone!
    Naomi, Wife to Wayne
    Mom to Sydney (8.07), heaven baby Corey (8.08), Elijah (8.09), Kezia (8.11)

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    Adorable. I'd skip the whiskers, you don't want it to look like a cat.
    No matter how tough life is, it sure beats the alternative.

    http://signatures.mylivesignature.co...26548a24e6.png

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    awwww, how cute!!!
    Nancy in western NY

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