KRISTY'S MINI MENAGERIE

Hello and welcome, anybody who may come across this little blog of mine! I've just started this blog, and plan on focusing on miniatures, animals, and miniature animals. However, I'm also hoping it can be a fun place to talk about just about anything. We'll see.........

Monday, October 25, 2010

Nothing new except a furry indian

Same old same old, just that the little Indian mouse is now furred :o)

30 comments:

  1. They are all so perfect together! I love the Indian!! He came out wonderful! LOVE that baby sister!!! LOL........too sweet!!

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  2. I grew up with three older brother and you captured the look of the girl perfectly .Very cute !

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  3. Your work just makes me giggle even when I can imagine droning sleepily "samo samo" . That little one all tied up has such a goofy expression that I just want to throw an egg at him..hehehe! Yes, as you can see, I am in the meanie gang with the 2 big guys :)

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  4. Fantastic trio Kristy!:D Love them all:D

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  5. Me encanta. Asi me tenian mis hermanos cuando yo era pequeña, jeje.
    Te han quedado preciosos, el trio es una amor.
    Besitos, May

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  6. Orww, they're lovely. The little one all tied up needs a cuddle! Perfect :)
    Julia xx

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  7. So now the movie can began : everyone is ready for the Western !
    I just adore them !

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  8. WOW...I am in love!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    So awesome, I could kiss all of the three rascal, such cute Kirsty.
    Hugs,
    Karin

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  9. L O V E the whole group! Sooo cute!

    PLEASE,Could somebody of you tell me what this "LOL" means...? I am not a native English speaker, but would love to learn new "phrases and words". I asked this already in some blog, but missed it...sorry for that!

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  10. Kikka, it means "laugh out loud"

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  11. Ooh, poor baby sister tied up, they are all so cute, as usual. Kikka, LOL means 'laughing out loud'. There's also ROTFL which is 'rolling on the floor laughing', and others I am sure. It's all fun!

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  12. Thank You : Sans & Margaret! :)

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  13. Same old same old... you said it, I'm sitting here again with a big smile on my face and a clear déja vus because that's exactly what happended to me yesterday... As usual they're getting even one step cuter after being furred. The whole scene is adorable, telling a story without words, like a good 1-panel-cartoon. Kind of "Once upon a time in the west..." (lol)

    Still and even broader grinning
    Birgit

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  14. Is an original and perfect work, so funny! I love your little animals, are so cute! regards

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  15. I like them a lot! Looks like they are having fun!

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  16. I think, you changed the little sister too. She looks absolutely more scared than yesterday! LOL
    What a wonderful idea! Your work is just GREAT!

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  17. I love visiting your little blog and the tiny critters you make. It is a happy place here. These three are too cute for words.

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  18. Bueno pues ya podemos empezar a grabar.....listos......ACCION!!!!!!!!!!!
    Que precioso personajes, para una pelicula de animacion.
    besitos ascension

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  19. Lil Indian turned out awesome...as always!!

    Hugs,
    Regi

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  20. WOW!!! That Indian completes the story. I LOVE it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  21. Kristy, I find it funny when you say you don't know how I come up with all of my ideas. You are just the same girlie! Your imagination has no bounderies!! These are AWESOME little critters! Love em! xoxox Christel

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  22. Thank you soooooo much everyone! You all say just the nicest things! Christel, you are able to come up with a whole story and personality for each and everyone of your little FaeWees, I couldn't do that for my animals...no way!
    By the way, I'm curious - how many of you felt the indians were the good guys and the cowboys were the bad boys when you were a kid? I know I did. And in reality that's a lot closer to the truth. Good Lord, we were savages to the native Americans - they got totally screwed.

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  23. So funny and sweet trio! I love them all!

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  24. They are sooooo great Kristy....I always smile when I see your critters, I do love the little babymouse, poor thing!!!

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  25. ¡Son tan traviesos y tan dulces!
    Me encantan.
    Besos Clara.

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  26. Hahahahaha. That is so cool. I love it.

    http://ficklecattle.blogspot.com/

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  27. LOL... I had missed this post...Great, so funny :)
    I love them :)

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  28. Oh, no! That's a whole lot of mischief! :D So adorable! Excellent work all around!

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  29. Hey stranger! I haven't been blogging for ages, but I'm glad I finally stopped in and saw your little Indians. Other than my possum Ginny, these are my favorites for sure. They are incredibly sweet and fun and adorable and clever and.....

    I can't wait to get my computer fixed so I can keep up.

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  30. YEAH Carolyn!!! It's been forever! What's taking so long to get that dang computer of yours fixed?

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