Sunday, 23 February 2014

Spreading some Sunshine


Aren't these the cutest soft toys!
I called in to the florist to buy a
little tussie mussie for a friend
and found these gorgeous little critters in the window!



 I'm hoping this brings a little ray of sunshine
into your day!
Who could possible not feel brighter after
seeing these sweet little faces!

I was very restrained because at the time I was in a hurry...
on second thoughts I think I'll pop back
and hope they're still there!
I'll just buy one and then try and make
another two along the same lines!
What do you think?


I'm joining Karen for Sunlit Sunday
and
Mary for Mosaic Monday
why don't you join u!

***GIVEAWAYS***
On my sidebar there are links for two giveaways!
Both Julie and Jackie are very creative
so you won't want to miss out on this opportunity
to win a piece of their work!!!
 

Thank you for your kind comments!

Take care of one another
  Merci à bientôt

Shane

 






36 comments:

Vee said...

Very cute! And they did make me smile!

Blackberry Lane said...

These are so fun and colorful. Thanks so much for your visit. I am following you, also.
Have a blessed Sunday.
Mildred

Dagmar said...

They are very very sweet, I am sure you could figure them out! Xo
BTW..love you header!
Xox

Christa atCedarmereFarm said...

OMG, they are sooo cute. Yes, you should try to make some. Post yours after you are done.

Cristal @ Dapple Design said...

Hi Shane. Those critter are look absolutely squishable.

gilly said...

These little squishy critters are just gorgeous - definitely put a smile on my face :-)
Xx

Patricia said...

What do I think? I think they are adorable Shane, and I would probably buy one and use for inspiration and create a few more too! Happy Sunday xx

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Adorable!!! They all make me smile big time!!

Poppy said...

Hi Shane,

These little critters are TOO cute, indeed! love the patchwork coupled with soft chenille/terry cloth (?) fabrics. Wow, you can duplicate these? Would love to see yours!

Have a lovely week!

xo
Poppy

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

They really are sweet Shane, colourful and cuddly looking. I still have a weak spot for stuffed animals.

My Little Home and Garden said...

Hello, Shane

You have definitely put a smile on my face this morning. These critters are adorable, the kind of thing that I look at and then ask myself why have I haven't seen other multi-patterned soft toys. It's such a great idea.

If you make one (or more), I hope you'll post photos. Meanwhile, thank you for bringing these fun creatures to Sunlit Sunday.

Have a wonderful week.

-Karen

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

Those are very cute! I love the mix of fabrics. Thy're very huggable looking!

Mosaic Magpie said...

Those are so cute! I think it is all the mix of textures as much as the mix of colors...that makes them pop. The wide wale corduroy bits are great!

Donna said...

Cute and colorful!

Jeanie said...

Adorable and so darned cheerful! I do love them!

Madelief said...

They look really sweet Shane!

Happy week!

Madelief x

Susan ~ Southern Fascinations said...

Such cute little cuddlies! The mix of colors and textures is very pleasing. Smiles...Susan

S. Etole said...

They look like such happy little things.

Michelle said...

Very cute Shane, I think the mouse would be my favourite! Can't wait to see the ones you make! Have a great week, Michelle.

Linda said...

thanks for spreading such adorable sunshine- I love these cute critters!

Cindy said...

Ya, so cute... I do the same thing, I'll buy one and well I have this grandchild and tht one and before you know it I've taken on a new hobby, lol....MENOPAUSE!

Madeline's Album said...

Very cute. Love them. I know you probably can make one just as cute. Have a blessed evening. Madeline

Lorrie said...

Your cheery photos put a smile on my face. They look like something you could make - the mix of fabrics would be great for using up bits and pieces.
Have a wonderful week, Shane.

eileeninmd said...

They are cute and cuddly!! Love the adorable faces. I would love to see the ones you make!
Have a happy week!

Tomoko said...

These little critters are so cute! They put smile on my face and remind me of my sweet granddaughter who lives in Tokyo. I believe she likes those critters too!!

Have a wonderful week.

Linda@arichtapestry said...

I'm sure a little one would love to hug one of these soft toys. Hope you're able to make one or two with similar materials.

podso said...

Smiling about these today! You'l have to show us when you make some of your own.

Jen Ham said...

OMG...those are just DARLING! xoxo Jen

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Shane,
Those soft toys are made in a very fun way. That proofs that there still are very clever women on our planet for inventing such pieces. Or are they made by men...? Don't think so!
Sending you hugs,
Mariette

Marilyn said...

What makes these critters so special is the mixture of fabrics and textures. Love the chenille in them.

shirley flavell said...

I wouldn't have walked away without buying one as well .They are lovely.Shirley

Mary said...

I just know these could be tucked into a suitcase quite easily.............one in each corner for three special girls! They are adorable toys - and I know you, with your needle skills, could replicate them easily.

Hope this week is especially lovely in Auckland Shane.
Hugs - Mary

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Those little creatures are definitely lovable - especially the cross-eyed cat!

Sugar Lump Studios said...

Hello Shane
Your little friends are simply adorable! I love the bright cheery colors you used. Thank you for the sweet comments on my blog...I must add that my Paternal Grandparent's came to the USA from Scotland, and my Mom's family (Great Grandparent's) came from Crohane, Ireland. Love learning about my heritage!

Nancy said...

These little guys are GREAT!! They each have so much character! When you figure out the patterns, you'll have to share with us. =)

Haworth said...

They are absolutely adorable, Shane! And what a wonderful way to use small scraps of different fabric you may have on hand. It only makes them more loveable!

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