That is such a cute, happy elk! Of course they're cute and peaceful looking in real life too...
LOVE IT!! it's just perfect :)
Very cute! I love the little strip of camouflage.
Lovely! Did you make a pouch out of it?
So cute! The camo fabric is unexpected and works really well!
He is very cute, and I LOVE the little dresses from the previous post.
Hiha Syko - great stuff you're making. I just dropped by via Luziapimpinella.I did have to supress a small envy-attack reading the story of your "day off all by yourself" in your previous post.We all enjoy these days now and then - and are all the more happy to see our family members back afterwards ;)!
I love the elk! I am just back from a long weekend in Sweden - Stockholm and the coastline round about. The most exciting thing that happened to me (well there were lots but this was big news for me!) I saw an ELK!! I have been holidaying in the States for years looking for an elk and have never seen one - and there in Sweden at the side of the road, metres from the car, munching happily, stood an elk!Thanks for sharing your elk with us!
SOOO cute. I love your work.My mother's side of the family came from Finland and I am always on the look out for Finn folklore and art. Then I found you.Are reindeer a good representative for Finland? DO you call reindeeer elk?I'll be back.
Thanks for your comments! I hope you come to Finland next time Di!Frizz, thanks for finding me! I'm sorry if my elk looks like a reindeer... Elk is the same as moose in America.
Hello there!!! I have just come across your site and am in love!! What beautiful things you create!!! Those dresses below are to die for (just upset they aren't in a size 2) I have added you to our favourites as I want to come back much more often - where have you been hiding?? LOVE IT
adorable! can I add ypu to my favourite blog list?
Thank you Tanya! Of course you can!
This is great, love the colours!
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