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  • Pete's (Bodrighy) kind offering

    A pic. of Petes little man who turned out to be a lady who, in turn, produced offspring during posting. lol. (Work that one out).

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    Gorgeous - and the scarves make a big difference. Love them.
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    • #3
      They look great, and well wrapped up with their scarves! [IMG]http://*****************/xmas-smiley-7744.gif[/IMG]
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      • #4
        aweeee aint they cute
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        • #5
          Very cute, they look ready for the coldest weather and would grace any christmas display.
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          • #6
            They do look rather good. Especially in the snow. I have another dozen or so made up and have a stall in town (Truro) next Friday so the boss is going to emulate your idea and we'll display them as you have. A few quid each should be good for some sales I hope.
            Please you like them

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            • #7
              they are so cute
              I love them and have 2 kids who'd adore them too
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              • #8
                Originally posted by bodrighy View Post
                They do look rather good. Especially in the snow. I have another dozen or so made up and have a stall in town (Truro) next Friday so the boss is going to emulate your idea and we'll display them as you have. A few quid each should be good for some sales I hope.
                Please you like them

                Pete
                Tell your boss I have used polyester wadding, cheap from Dunhelms. Very versatile. Or I could let you have some, got lots.
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                • #9
                  They're brill...do they balance enough to maybe stick a candle in the top by drilling inside his/her hat? They would look lovely on the Christmas table too
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by nettie View Post
                    They're brill...do they balance enough to maybe stick a candle in the top by drilling inside his/her hat? They would look lovely on the Christmas table too
                    Yes, they stand very firm but it seems a shame to drill them as they have a lovely finish.
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                    • #11
                      ahhh lovely!
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