Thanks to Bonnie for her order. I only have 3 of the confetti bears left. The fabric has been discontinued at the factory, though it’s been really popular for me and it’s a shame because it’s so different, there’s nothing like it out there. It reminds me of peppermint ice cream.
When I was at an arts and crafts show one time with my bears on display, a lady asked if I used markers on her. Nope. It’s permanently dyed that way at the factory. 🙂
I had another ask if I made the bears. Yes. I did. Then she asked where I bought the bear heads. Hmmmm. I…make them.
She asked again, “No, where do you buy them?”
I don’t think she believed me. 🙂 I usually would sit and embroider paws for orders while I was at a show. So some thought that I bought the bears and “fixed” them up. This was way before build a bear existed.
Isn’t she cute?
Okay, enough goofing off. Today I have to get to all the guest blogs and interviews that have accumulated, and then???
It’s off to another book adventure.
Highlanders. Vikings. Big swords. The Viking Highland’s Lass. Are you ready???
“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where fantasy is reality.”
The bear is so darling. My niece will absolutely love it.
Congrats on finishing the Seal for Sale story. I hope the Viking book is next.
Thanks, Bonnie!!! I am so thrilled because I’ve got so many deadlines, so this is nice to get one done! Have a great TGIF! 🙂 So glad you love the bear! 🙂