|Farm Animals Brooches - in progress|
I hope you've had good bonfire night and/or Diwali if you've been celebrating!
If you're a connosieur of children's telly, you'll recognise that the title to this post is a little homage to the animated show, "Hannah's Helpline", as on the theme song they sing, "Moo baa, double quack, double quack" as that's the 'number' to phone Hannah's helpline for emotional, financial or legal support. For animals. Have a look! It's very cute.
I've been making some 'farm animal' brooches for my stall at the Craft Candy craft fair on 27 November; you can see at the top the progress I've made so far. These brooches use the same patterns as the finger puppets I made for Making Gifts Magazine.
|The finger puppets I made for Making Gifts magazine|
You can make your own if you follow this link to get the FREE pattern! Finger Puppet Farm (you will first need to register (for free) here: http://www.emagmaker.co.uk/user/register
Any brooches which I don't sell at the fair will be in my Etsy shop quicker than you can dial "oink, baa, double cluck, double cluck'!
Have a great weekend everyone!