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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Staying busy.....

Meet "Eudora Hopps"


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Trying very hard to "get back on that creative horse" that I recently slid off of.  It isn't easy!  It seems that with all the  sad events in my life recently it just crippled my creative mojo.   

A few days ago I decided to try something a bit different and that inspired me to keep going and I created a new bunny.  I love bunnies and truly miss not creating them so I'm thrilled that I jumped it with this idea and came up with "Miss Eurdora Hopps".

Pictures never seem to do a body of work the justice that is due and this is definitely the issue here.  This little lady has become my all time favorite piece.  She is 16" tall and very stylish in a rustic, primitive kind of way.  Her arms are pos-able which helps while she carries her new hat in the hat box. 

"Eurdora" has found a home and is very excited about traveling there this weekend.  Thanks Beck....I know you and the girls will really enjoy and love her!

3 comments:

WoolenSails said...

Another wonderful piece. I go through more dry spells lately, so I just go with the flow and create someone else's patterns. I am playing around and trying new things to see what really spurs me and maybe get my right brain working again.

Debbie

Kays Kids said...

Pam she is beautiful. A very prim and proper girl. Slowly you will get back to enjoy what you are creating.
Hugs Kay

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

I love her!