..but let's not let her know that! *grin*
Lucy came to me as a gift for my 50th birthday. She was handmade 'crochet' by my beautiful sister. My sister made her in one day! I cannot crochet and have honestly tried very hard to get the hang of it.. I must be all thumbs cuz I cannot learn it. So I admire 'all the more' the beautiful works of art that my sister creates with her Happy Hook. -And her Happy Hook does spread Happiness!
About Lucy, she was an added gift to many gifts my sister gave me.. but she (I named her Lucy) stole the show. Totally sashayed right into the spotlight and she loved being there. (And she's been there ever since) It was absolutely love at first sight between us. I named her Lucy as in, "I Love Lucy!"
But these photos not being all about Lucy, I'll explain:
In the photos, you'll see 'props'. ALL (and I do mean ALL) the crochet'd items in the photos are handmade by my sister given to me as wonderful gifts and tokens of love. They are all very special to me.
In the photos:
-The photo of Lucy eating crochet cake & cookie: the pillows in the background (on the left) was sewn by my sister (note the crochet flower she used as an embellishment) and the pillowcase (on the right) was sewn by me.
-The photo of Lucy monkeying around, the chair is a Thrift Store find. I sanded it and refinished it with crackle paint and hand painted flowers on it.
-Lucy's 'cup of coffee' is crochet'd. In the background hangs a beautiful potholder (one of many) and a 'one of a kind' measured to order crochet Crock Pot cover my sister has made and given to me.
-In Lucy's portrait photo, her flower (above her ear) was hand felted by me. Her crown is a hair barrette, another wonderful Thrift Store find.
So in any future photos of Lucy's Antics, I may or may not point out the hand made goodies in the photos that I'm 'showing off'. So, keep a keen eye and see if you can spot them.
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