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artwork, completed, experiment, felt -

The Scar hand puppet I started forever ago is finally done! 

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artwork, completed, dinosaurs, felt, squshies -

Be amazed by my poorly lit pictures of my newly finished needle felted sculpture! Some day we will actually get around to selling Squshie dinosaurs, but for now I'm extremely tired, and am going to bed.

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completed, origami, wedding -

Last week, between my return to work and a full calendar of social engagements, I have been finding places for all the wedding decorations that survived. The paper flowers have gone back to the ceiling in a more organised way. However there are still quite a few paper flowers and dinosaurs still in need of a home. As evidenced by this box of bags of origami. Organization for the Squshies continues to increase thanks to our new DIY whiteboard =) The cup hooks holding pens make it especially fancy. 

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completed, dinosaurs, wedding -

Now that I'm married (and back from our amazing week of vacation) things are supposed to get difficult right? Well I welcome difficulty, I can't wait to start working on new things with Danielle. The wedding was fantastic, thanks to the zoo and everyone who came. There'll be a lot more pictures soon, but this should serve as illustration for now: There were wooden dinosaurs, paper dinosaurs, plastic dinosaurs, and Live Freaking Animals! all over the wedding =)  And now I intend to have a little rest, then continue doing awesome things. Gotta plan for zoo part two, the anniversary...

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completed, dinosaurs, felt, squshies -

I didn't really expect project dinosaur to be so full of dinosaurs. It was just a funny name for motivating us to finish projects. Seems most of my projects are dinosaurs. Especially now that I'm prototyping all these needle felt dinos.Have I mentioned how much I love needle felting? what's that? only every time I bring it up? well thank you for reading so many entries of this blog then =)It sounds quite bizarre really; take a wad of animal hair (or in my case synthetic fibers) and stab it with a bunch of barbed needles hundreds or thousands of times until...

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