Reblog Post:

I liked this post because of the vendor about halfway down where you can have a felt cat made from a photograph of your own cat. That is pretty neat!

Anything But Academia

This blog entry is dedicated to my mom.  Because I know she’ll like it and I’m pretty sure a good combination of nature and nurture from her is why I got so excited about this topic.  As my dad put it, my mom “likes little things that look like the big things.”  (Let’s hope that doesn’t apply to everything.)

It’s a good thing classes haven’t started yet, because then I might feel a little guilty about the amount of time I spent last night browsing Etsy for handmade, pocket-sized animals.  Why was I doing this?  Well, because I happened to notice  that one of my favorite bloggers, Movita Beaucoup, had a page with some needle felted animals she crafted, like Morley.

If I was lucky enough to have Morley live with me, I am pretty sure I would carry him everywhere.  And probably talk to him.  Because the way…

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4 Responses to Reblog Post:

  1. Michelle P. says:

    Cute widdle critter!

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  2. kimkiminy says:

    OMG!!! One of each, please!

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  3. nadbugs says:

    Excellent! Both for the reblog’d content and also to check out that feature. I saw it & wonderred but didn’t try. Trust Oldcat to venture where I fear to tread.

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  4. littlemiao says:

    Oh my! I missed this during my little absence from blogging. I would *love* felted Miaos! How incredibly adorable.

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