Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Doggy Snowglobes too! And one for you!


(For the first giveaway, scroll down to the next post)
Yup, it's snowglobe CRAZY around here! I couldn't stop! It's just so (snow) much fun y'all!
First of all, I have a large (ahem) (blush) (shrug) collection of specialty print fabrics collected over the last 30 years. I love my collection and use it wisely if I use it at all that is instead of just keeping it.

So it's fun to pull out a collection like the Christmas fabric and wallow in it.

This project is just a great way to focus on a motif. I chose a four inch motif as we chose 6 inches for our exchange block size. I am in process of making a larger on with Betty Boop however. Wait and see...

The ones on the left are already going to people. My friend and regular reader Maria is bulldog lover so that's in honor of her beloved Piglet .
This one goes to friend and fellow blog reader pugmom, Nancy. She has three personality full pugs.

It's winging it's way Nancy, happy Hanukkah

The one below has a sweeeeeet yellow lab playing in the snow. The word on the globe is love.
of course. 


This little Scottie is too cute, with a present in it's mouth and a jaunty hat like Cole's (Just go look at this cutest pic of Frosted poodle)

So here's the chance to win a little friendship square of your very own. For all my pet blogging friends as well as pet loving quilting friends, leave a comment telling me which pet in Real Life you believe is the best gift of all.

You can tell me what you think, but you know I think a poodle is the very best, hee hee.

I'll draw a name for two winners and send you a quiltlet.



I would love to know how you follow my blog as you all are a constant source of connection for me.

Don't miss the other giveaway post and tutorial here! 
*** A winner was chosen by drawing and it's Gilligan!! Contact me!*** 





22 comments:

  1. We like the Hanukkah pug the best, but have a friend who would LOVE the poodle! These are really sweet!

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  2. They are adorable :-) Golden Thanks for sharing. Golden Woofs

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  3. This kitty mom is partial to cats but know how wonderful dogs can be.

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  4. What a creative idea - very cool.

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  5. I've been noticing a lot of snow globes lately, your's are quite creative and original - nice job.

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  6. I love a real snow globe but these come a close second! No pets at the moment, though I babysit two garter snakes for large absent son. A dog is on the cards though. I follow you through g+.

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  7. This is such a great idea! I was thinking I needed to make some more doggie ornaments (as my doggie population has evolved since the last time) and these are fabulous! My vote for the best pet in real life is our generic non-specific doggies- we love all varieties!

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  8. I am thrilled! I love all of the snow globes but you know my favorite is the bulldog. Such a neat and festive idea!

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  9. These have made my day, what a great idea. I purchased some fun cat print fabric that I have no idea what to do with - I think I might try snow globes next year, these are so much fun!

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  10. Oh, those are SO cute! Love them. I think a beagle in a snow globe would be pawesome. We used to have a beagle and we have an actual snow globe with a beag in it. (Miss that crazy girl!) Happy holidays!

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  11. Love the snow globe idea and will be trying it! Thanks! The only pets to have, for me, are dogs and I have the utmost admiration for those who adopt from shelters. I find that following by bookmarking the blog and clicking on it is the fastest way to see what you are up to. Keep up the colorful and fun work...love it!

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  12. Yorkies definitely! I like the one with the lab. tenaciouslittleterrier (at) gmail

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  13. They all have such personality! I can see so many options for snow globes. Cute project! Thanks for linking up with me for TGIFF this week.

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  14. Cute doggy snow globes! My grand-dog, Charlie Brown, is a brownish standard poodle and never have I met a smarter animal..love those standards!

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  15. I love the snowglobes, I missed seeing them last week. Enjoy the holidays! and it looks like you do, the flamingo Xmas lights are so hot!!

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  16. Thanks LeeAnna ... just posted on my blog my thanks and gratitude :) Kathi

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  17. I was so inspired by your snowglobes I made one for my partner. I'll be blogging about it later this week probably, thanks so much for sharing such a fun idea!

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