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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Country Mice or City Mice?

Country Mice or City Mice?

The City Mouse and the Country Mouse Country Mouse
an Aesop Fable


       A country mouse invited his cousin who lived in the city to come visit him. The city mouse was so disappointed with the sparse meal which was nothing more than a few kernels of corn and a couple of dried berries.

     "My poor cousin," said the city mouse, "you hardly have anything to eat! I do believe that an ant could eat better! Please do come to the city and visit me, and I will show you such rich feasts, readily available for the taking."

     So the country mouse left with his city cousin who brought him to a splendid feast in the city's alley. The country mouse could not believe his eyes. He had never seen so much food in one place. There was bread, cheese, fruit, cereals, and grains of all sorts scattered about in a warm cozy portion of the alley.

     The two mice settled down to eat their wonderful dinner, but before they barely took their first bites, a cat approached their dining area. The two mice scampered away and hid in a small uncomfortable hole until the cat left. Finally, it was quiet, and the unwelcome visitor went to prowl somewhere else. The two mice ventured out of the hole and resumed their abundant feast. Before they could get a proper taste in their mouth, another visitor intruded on their dinner, and the two little mice had to scuttle away quickly.

     "Goodbye," said the country mouse, "You do, indeed, live in a plentiful city, but I am going home where I can enjoy my dinner in peace."

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A modest life with peace and quiet is better than a richly one with danger and strife.





Crocheted, approximately 4" long, not including tail. Made with safety eyes. Accented with homespun red/creme checked bow and a green button. 
Other color bows and buttons are available. 
You name them.

$4 each plus postage.
Paypal available.

I participated in Made By You Monday
from Skip to My Lou for the week of 7/17/2017
https://www.skiptomylou.org/made-by-you-monday-63/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+skiptomyloublog+%28Skip+To+My+Lou%29
Thank you, Cindy



Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Kitchen Tools with a Primitive Look

 All the Kitchen Tools have been painted
so they are for decoration ONLY.
They are approximtely 12"-14" inches long
and each tool is $4.00 plus postage



 This set of 3 tools has been painted with a country creme colored paint.
Each tool has tiny plastic clothespin attached plus it is accented
with burgundy checked homespun fabric. The jar and glass apple
are not included. Each tool is $4 plus postage.



 This set of 3 tools has been painted black and then a forest green paint has been placed on top.
All tools ae given a primitive look. These two have stained stars attached and
are accented with a burgundy/green/creme colored fabric.

This set of black tools is accented with dark red buttons
and red/white homespun fabric. Jar and glass apple not included.



This set of 3 tools has been painted black and finished to look primitive.
Stained wooden stars and light green/creme colored fabric ribbons have been added.


These tools have been painted creme colors
A brown flannel fabric has been added
plus stained wooden stars.

This set of 4 tools has been stained, accented with stained wooden stars
and green plaid fabric ribbons.


 These country yellow tools have been accented with
faux wooden buttons and jute hangers. They can be
hung up on displayed in a container.


This set of 5 tools has been painted with a country blue
and accented with stained wooden stars
and blue/white plaid fabric ribbons

Black tools accented with snowmen faces
and ribbon

Friday, March 31, 2017

Bee Happy Bumble Bee Crocheted Wreath

Wow, this took hours to make!!
But now that it's finished, 
it makes me know that SPRING 
is sure to get here soon.




$50.00 plus postage

The pattern for the Bee Happy Wreath
was purchased from
Lisa Kingsley Designs
February 2017