Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Little mice

Today I have been mostly making these little cuties. We were lucky enough to have a product feature in the Christmas Gift Guide of The Scottish Field, so the orders have been coming in thick and fast for these little guys.

The Studio is looking particularly fetching at the moment, adorned in all it's Christmas finery, especially last week in all the snow we had.

Chrissie was loving her snowy walks, she loves to poke her nose in the snow and throw it about the place. Even though she's a lady in years she loves to act like a pup every now and then!

L x

P.S. Thank you for all the get well soon wishes, I'm feeling a lot better. The last Christmas Fair was over the weekend, it went well, but I was glad to be home!


Geraldo Maia said...

Prim Rose,
From Brazil a friendly hello with my best wishes:

Sal said...

How fabulous your studio looks!;-)

Shabby Chick said...


Hope you don't mind me stopping by, I followed a link from Rosesposes' blog. Your studio is lovely, I've added the link to my favourites. The mice are gorgeous and I really like the Bibi hearts and covered notebooks too. I wish I could come and see you but I'm right down in the south of England! How did the scented candles sell in the end? The heart pot is divine.

Mel x

. said...

It looks so beautiful, the studio and the mouse.


Country Cottage Chic said...

What sweet little mice - fabulous stocking fillers! Your studio looks wonderful - just what I'd like myself!

Hollypop's said...

Hi, what lovely little mice, I can see why they went down so well. Your studio looks lovely so picturesque in the snow. Regards Nicky.

floresita said...

I love your holiday pictures and that sweet mouse! Thanks for taking part in the Holiday Comment Expedition on Feeling Stitchy! I hope you have a wonderful Holiday!

Wild Rose said...

What a sweet little mouse Lisa,

Merry Christmas,

Marie x

Lazylol said...

What a lovely post - everything looks so christmassy. I adore the little mouse too.
Merry Christmas x

sarah abeachcottage said...

sigh, just so gorgeous