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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Furry and Fussy

As I have mentioned in my other blog, we went to a craft store in Steubenvile Ohio to buy Ms. Burrito some loops for her pt holder projects. This big clock was outside the building.
Me and Ms. Burrito love this furry and fussy display.
Which color would you pick if you were to buy one?

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13 valuable thoughts they wrote, what's yours?:

kim joul aita said...

I'll pick the blue one... seems beautiful!


eileeninmd said...

Lovely shot of the clock tower and sky. Have a great day and happy skywatching!

joy said...

lOve the green one:) Dropping by from your's Color Connectoin site:)

ron silvoza said...

my wife would love these items... hehe..

great to be here.. :)
Cheers :)
Everything Etcetera

Liza said...

Did you get a lot? I can stay there for hours. :) Happy sky watching.


Cindy Adkins said...

Oh, I'd get the pink one for sure! Blue is second choice!

Austine Etcheverry said...

I would pick the blue, loud and get's people's attention. Love the photos. Happy Pink!

Fun With This and That said...

Fun place.Happy PS

Lina Gustina said...

So colorful. I'll pick the green or blue one :)

Gemma Wiseman said...

The clock tower is very stylish! And some bright, dynamic feathery colours there!

Meoww said...

I would take the blue too. I have lots of matching clothes in blue... I miss Joann crafts. I miss those wonderful ideas and tons of yarn (and what varieties!) for crochet they stock. So hard to get yarn here... or very expensive.

Tito Eric said...

The pink feather boa! Lol! Delightful shots!

Cheers … visiting from Shadow Shot Sunday

Tito Eric

Carmel Cole said...

time to do some knitting na sis? wish i could do it with you :D


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