Friday, 21 December 2012

By Joe,I think I cracked it!

Its a different shape, I don't know how I managed that ;o)    But its smaller,
yipee!!
And here it is on My little tree!

Do You know?  I think I'll leave My display right here for Christmas dinner....
The family all think I'm mad anyway!

Betty, http://betty-thewoodfairy.blogspot.co.uk/    its becoming a fairy ring :o)

Lots of love All
Xxxxxx



13 comments:

  1. Gorgeous, just perfect congratulations!
    d x

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  2. I actually liked the middle one best! But well done for persevering. I do not think crocheting is part of my brain patterns.

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  3. I adore your toadstools! Didn't think I could ever find fungus so cute! Merry Christmas. x

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  4. Well done - your table will look lovely with the little tree on it. Little Son loves toadstools and sleeps with a felted one under his pillow every night! xxx

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  5. Even better as a whole little family of toadstools xx

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  6. how wonderful! i love that you have toadstools on your tree!

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  7. Hello sweet and darling friend and adopted sis! I LOVE your toadstools! You did a beautiful job crocheting them and they go perfectly with your sweet robins!!! Your table looks so happy and cheerful! I am sure your family will love it! Lots of love and hugs sweetie!!! Such a happy Christmasy post dear heart! xoxo Paula

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  8. Hi, your toadstools are so cute!!! Wish I could crochet, they are adorable. Have a great Christmas, Mel xxx

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  9. Lovely toadstools! I made one of those last year. Best Christmassy Wishes to you and your family, Pj x

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  10. WISHING YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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  11. Merry Christmas Julie. It's beautiful and hope you have a very happy holiday with your family and loved ones..See you next year!..Judy

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  12. Well done!
    Happy Christmas to you and your loved ones.
    Carol xx

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  13. They all look fab, Happy Christmas. Deb x

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