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 Post subject: Re: Putzish
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well, SOMEBODY has been very, very busy!...they are cute as a button!...love 'em!... :D

my very best regards...

howard...


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Oh they are incredible. It will just be another wonderful detail that makes Thanksgiving great.

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Love the elf army.

They are all looking to the left. Must be something cool to see over there. :)

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Lynn, these are hysterical! And so cute!! Love those faces and the little bells. I feel like I'm looking at a Woolworth's Christmas display. Great work!

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These elves ARE amazing!


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Lynn,
Did you make all the elf faces? I am trying to find a mold for the elf faces.

Lucy


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Hi Lucy, I have a mold that I would be happy to share with you.

Contact me directly, I believe you have my email.


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Ok, thank you so much. You guys are so helpful.

Lucy


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Okay, so I just saw these for the first time today and:
#1 - That’s a lot of elves
#2 - That’s a lot of work
#3 - That’s a lot of people at your house for Thanksgiving
They are really quite amazing and unbelievably adorable. What did you use for the beard?


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Hi Laurie,
LOL, it did feel like that many people but some of those elves were me and a few friends.

The chenille is from an esty shop. Talk with the owner she does fill smaller orders. The bombs on these are different than the ones we see in the craft stores they a bit stiffer and not so fluffy.

https://www.etsy.com/shop/VintageSuppli ... eader-name


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