Monday, February 25, 2013

A mini horse

I got sooo inspired by the cute fury animals on http://www.kerripajutee.com and http://paizleypawz.com, so I decided to buy some materials so that I could make some cats. I tried to make a cat but it was too small, so today when I sat down and did things for the children's room, I decided that I would try to do a little toy horse with flocking. This is the result! It have fur over the hole body but the color underneath shined through. I was pretty happy with it considering I thought it would be very difficult but it still became kind of like I had imagined. =) Either this will be one of those in which the child can pull behind or I will just keep it like this.

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  1. o dear..how pretty! congratulations!!

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  2. It's adorable! You're very talented!

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    1. Thank you, I´m a perfectionist. I try to do things I have not done before and expect to make it the same result as in the picture that I got the inspiration from. And if it´s not so, I give up =)

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    1. thank you =) I wrote on your blog also =)

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  4. Wow! Det blev ju jättebra! Hur gjorde du stommen? Och var köpte du flock?

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    1. jag gjorde hästen av fimo, sen klippte ja garn jäääätte jätte smått. kolla på tutorialen på http://paizleypawz.com så ser du hur man ska göra =) Jag ska nog köpa ett sånt där Scleish djur eller va dom heter. Tror dom har bra skala om man håller på me dockhus.

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    2. Jaha, jag trodde du köpt flock o nån figur. Den blev ju ännu finare nu när jag vet att du gjort allt själv ;)
      Schleich finns väl i olika skalor, men vissa kan säkert funka. Vore kul att se hur resultatet blir =)

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  5. I love your little horse it is gorgeous.
    Hugs Maria

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    1. Oh thank you I´m glad you like it =)
      Im thinking about doing some small "my little pony"s too =) It was fun to do this.
      hugs!

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  6. Hi Anna, this tiny horse is wonderful, well done!!
    Hugs, Ilona

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