The blog of Terry Border.
:-) It made me smile and forget the rainy weather. Thanks!
Well it's about time you got around to the fiber arts hehehehnow go forth and bend some knitting needles! mwah hahahahhehehLove it!DeniseKnitchat.com
Terry, I'm so glad you do what you do!
Ah! Adorable AND clever. I've never paired the two in my head before...
one of my new favorites, since sheep are my fave animals. you should give some away *cough*clamoaddeus
I see you have the shearing gang in; what about the crutching, dipping, drenching...
I don't know why, but this one makes me happy. I especially love the little 'sheared' guy who looks so sad.
cute, cuddly, and clever! kudos.
of COURSE that is where they come from!!!LOVE it!!Neato bent mail, too!!
Using a Q-tip for a shorn sheep is genius. And it's cute.
Who knew I could have an "awww...cute" moment with cotton balls and q-tips. Awww - cute!!
As always, great stuff Terry
AAhahha!!! Is that green felt for grass? Genius.
Terry, Great work as always!Today I have deemed "Only Positive Stories" day. Please share your story at my blog.
Qteep sheep!?I like Tom's work too.I was at McD's for coffee, their hard plastic stir sticks make a weird "twang" sound when clenched between the teeth, (I guess bone conduction).
yeah! haven't checked your website for a while... and now you did use the tip i gave you sometime ago for using cotton balls....! but the combination with the q-tips i never could have imagined... great.. as always!
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