Thursday, 27 September 2007

There's a moose loose aboot this hoose


Apologies to anyone who is now humming "Donald where's your troosers?"

(Later: of course, as Jo points out, it isn't old Donald at all. How embarrassing! Actually, I'm not sure which of those two songs is more annoying, and now I have them both in my head)

MollyChicken posted instructions on how to make this little handful of loveleiness a few weeks back, and how cute is she? So cute I can hardly stand it.

Best of all, Millie and I whipped up two of them in less than half an hour. She chose all the colours - can you tell? We have a birthday party coming up soon and I think these would be popular with most 3 and 5 year old pink-mad girls, don't you?

16 comments:

  1. Just too, too cute! I'm going to make a couple of mice, slightly large, for gift for my kitty for Xmas (Charlie has his own stocking, of course ;o) Happy Day playing mouse...((HUGS))

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  2. Oh yes! Very cute (and I may nick the link to make some birthday presents for 11 year olds who are too old for anything babyish, but a pet mouse is cool)
    No, I'm not humming Donald where's your trousers, but the very addictive brass tune to There's a moose loose abooot this hoose!

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  3. How sweet, really so cute! Enjoy the party...

    Smiles...

    Beverly

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  4. But I wasn't being pernickety.... (and now I'm humming them both.....) it's just that as a saxophonist I really prefer there's a moose loose aboot this hoose, cracking brass section!
    I haven't caused offence, please, have I?, because if I have then tell me or never darken my towels again!

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  5. Or am I just being sensitive....

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  6. And they are perfect for girls of all ages. My little princess wants hers and wants it NOW!

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  7. They are so cute. I can see my 2 girls wanting to make these this weekend! I had the re-released single of Donald... (don't ask why) and I'm humming it as I write!
    Cathy X

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  8. That would definitely have been a winner when MissM was that age! I am sure that she would have wanted a whole family with different colour sleeping bags!

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  9. That is very cute - just the kind of mouse I like!!! Perfect for little girls and big ones too!
    Kimx

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  10. What a cutie - though I'm glad you don't have a real mouse running about the house - heaven knows I know how bad that one can be! I can't imagine any little girl who wouldn't like one of those.

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  11. Oh I may have to make one of these too! My sisters nickname is mouse so I'm feeling a xmas gift coming on (she's 41 by the way)

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  12. Hi there - I just popped for the first time in via Domesticali and the chocolate covered bananas. YUM! Very cute mice - my daughter (nearly 5)is also just starting to show an interest in sewing, so am on the look out for simple projects for her.

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  13. Lovely blog and great names for your girls.I always loved Elsie myself.

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