23/04/2013

4kcbwday2 - See no evil, Hear no evil, Speak no evil

This is a Blog Week posting, Day 2






4KCBWDAY2 - A Mascot Project



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  1. beautiful or beauty fool(s)?????
    ;oD xxx Ale

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  2. Now that's a smart looking mascot -- (key)p up the good work!

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    1. And some more wordplay, it certainly is a fun week!

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  3. This is so cool!

    I love how you've kind of made a the knitting process into a picture book.
    too cool for school!

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    1. It started with what a kid would enjoy as the monkey was inspired by kids drawings!

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  4. Adorable! Such a creative post :)
    x

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    1. Thank you Natalie! I am very curious to see the final result of your felting project, you put a lot of though into it!

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  5. Wow I really love your mascot, and I love how you photographed the whole process instead of simply showing us the end result and giving us a few words. You have made your fellow monkey's proud and made this bee a little bit jealous. Well done.

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    1. Thank you, but I do wish I could knit as I love your idea of mixing hooking and knitting in your project!

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  6. I love it! So cute and creative.

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    1. Thank you - love your one of a kind socks so by the way ;-)

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  7. Love it! Reading it was a journey from puzzlement to joy.

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    1. Thank you! I can't wait to see which shawl and yarn combo you are going to choose, the options are all stunning.

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  8. Another very clever post today. I am really enjoying where you are taking the briefs, very creative Monkey!

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    1. I share the home with very artistic, creative and eccentric thinking husband and kids and it seems to be rubbing off from time to time.

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    1. Thank you KAT - I am going nuts over your blog! It is right up my alley - love the combination of photography, studio work and projects.

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  10. Clever wordplay. I love your monkey, too. Definitely got character

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    1. Thank you, wish I could draw like you though.

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  11. This is a brilliant post - wish I was as creative :)

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  12. Very good - love wht you did with this. :D

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  13. I love your Monkey and its a really creative way to present the design process too :-)

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  14. This is totally adorable and really clever!!! I like the chalkboard drawings :)

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  15. Very sm(art) and creative post! I love it :)

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  16. Thanks all - it was a fun process!

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