Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Louise

Way down in deepest Africa by the shade of the bongo tree,
Lived an elephant, her name it was Louise ...

Well that's how the song my little preppies love to sing goes anyway.

I won this gorgeous creature made by the very talented Jodie of Ric-Rac during Janelle Winds' recent birthday celebrations.


She is so beautifully made.


I love the flower appliqued on her dress ...


 which is lined with pretty spotty fabric.


 Just look at those cute toes ..


 and nose!


 I am very happy Louise came to live with me.


A big thank you to Jodie and Janelle.

16 comments:

  1. She is a gorgeous work of art - great prize.

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  2. congrats Christine she is one lovely elephant.xx

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  3. What a little treasure, lucky you!
    Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

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  4. the elephant is very great. Congratulations!

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  5. Lousie is totally beautiful. Lucky...lucky you! Elephants are lucky too... a perfect pairing.

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  6. Hi Christine, she is the most adorable little elephant ever. Lucky you!

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  7. Louise is super cute! She reminds me of one of Babar's daughters.

    Christine I was wondering if I could maybe get some help? I’m working on an 'out and about' atm, and a part of the app will have bloggers recommending 5-10 places in their city to check out for all sorts of things from craft to shopping to eating and everything in between, I was wondering if you might recommend maybe a few places you love? I will put links to your blog on the app and drive more traffic your way. We have over 3,000 people signed up to download the app already and it hasn't even launched yet (we're super excited!)
    If you're happy to be a part of it all, Christine, just pop on here -https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dG93enNmdHRPOTVuUWVqOFJMUElibnc6MQ

    or you can email me on jenny@heylets.com xx

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  8. Welcome to Louise !! She's so cute !
    Florence

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Thanks for taking the time to comment. I appreciate your thoughts.

Christine