Saturday, October 24, 2015

Um. . .


Just. . . 

uh. . .

I have no words.

48 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness it's so perfect :) lol

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  2. You are the most awesome halloween mum ever! Just sayin.

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  3. Definitely too cute for words!

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  4. That is probably the cutest costume I've ever seen.....

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  5. Vielen Dank für die gemeinsame Nutzung, Kleidung gut Meng

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  6. absolutely wonderfully gorgeous

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  7. That's HILARIOUS! The *only* thing that would make it funnier is if the ears stuck up beside the leaves.

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    1. Lauren: for a brief, insane moment, I considered making ear slits. Or casing the ears within the leaves. Then I stamped on my own foot and returned to reality.

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  8. That wittle face peeking out is so cute! Hmm, will the carrot-lovie sort of stick to the big bunny and be easy to carry? Or attach by a ribbon around the neck or arm so it doesn't get dropped in all the candy-gathering excitement of the night? A pocket for the carrot-lovie to stick out of? Maybe just rest inside the bag with all the other candy...

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    1. Ruth: we hadn't thought through the logistics! Maybe the child will have her hands so full of carrying the carrot-bunny that she won't be able to collect candy, too. Hahaha!

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  9. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! J'adooooooooooooooooore!....

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  10. It needs no words - it just screams CUTENESS!! I bet Kate is thrilled to pieces! Way to go, Mom!!

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    1. Thank you, GG. And I didn't actually finish the other costumes (yet). I just gave myself a break from tailoring to make something entertaining!

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  11. It is just too cute ! I love it !

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  12. Are you sure it's you girls who keep asking for bunny accessories. ....

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  13. Oh my! My daughter loves bunnies and carrots. She would die over this stuffy!

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  14. You inspire me so much. I don't have a comfortable place to watch tv, and computing is difficult because of cast on arm. I think about all the started projects and how i really do love sewing all the time. I so hope in a month when i have right hand back that they will no longer see my back at the computer, but my face eerily lighted by the sewing machine light, lol. thank you. and i think every toy animal should have a costume. :-)

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    1. Lisa: I'm sorry that you don't have the use of that arm (yet) - I hope it gets better pronto so you can be back to doing what you love. I also hope your cast gets you out of the more odious household chores, though!

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  15. It's just one of the cutest things I've ever seen: a stuffed bunny dressed as a carrot =)

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  16. I madly adore this! You are a wonderful mom!

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  17. So CUTE! The only thing cuter will be my Grand babies carrying one each on Halloween! :)

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  18. Found this really funny!!!!

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  19. 100% cute! You are amazing. Wish I could come up with these creative and well made costumes. Your daughters are lucky to have such a wonderful mother.

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  20. This was so funny I had to show my husband. Then outline to him that I'm sure that the carrot is fully lined with no exposed seams :)

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    1. Anonymous: unfortunately, this particular costume isn't fully lined, and does have exposed seams on the WS!

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    2. Funnily enough I have 'rabbited' (haha) on enough about your blog and sewing awesomeness that he knows what I mean by 'exposed seams'!
      Cheers,
      Irene

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  21. Haha! So cute. The real question is, will bunny be warm enough in chilly Minnesota this Halloween? You are a great mum!

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  22. Haha! So cute. Did you ensure Bunny will be warm enough this Halloween? You are a great mum!

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  23. I do have to ask: How will bunny walk? Lol!

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  24. That looks sooo cool. You're so great.
    Guess bunny wants to go as a carrot all through the year.

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  25. This is amazing! You are one insane mom. I wish I could produce even a fraction of what you do.

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  26. Adorable!!! Adorable idea your daughter had, fantastic that you encourage it.

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  27. Love, love, love! I'm in my own mad dash to finish my son's costume. Can't wait for your final reveal!

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    1. Curator: full steam ahead! Let's set our sights on 10/31 (or 10/30, in my case, because that's when the school fall parties are and when the kids need their costumes)! You can do it! Go! Go! Go!

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