Joining in with the Daily Post (for the first time) Unusual.
Posted on 22nd July 2017 by Wild Daffodil 22 Comments
Such a cutie pie.
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Thank you Cathy.
Oh, this one really made me smile. I have a special fondness for frogs and toads. No accident that there is a Toad Queen in my “Maya and the Book of Everything.”
A Toad Queen – how gorgeous, I found a beautiful toad in the garden last week.
I hope you continue your silly Saturdays. I enjoy them a lot. They are unique.
That is so good to know Oneta, thank you. I’ll keep ‘m coming so long as the inspiration stays wth me, it is a fun thing to do, even better when I get such lovely feedback. ❤
Ha! I love the little frog, Daffy, so clever!!! 💖💖💖
This is your best one yet!!!
Thank you Kathy, I’m hopping hither and thither with glee! 😉
Ha! ha! love them! ❤
You are obviously on form today! such a happy frog.
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Like Mable, I would hate to pull apart this frog. He is so cheerful. I want all of your creations. You could sell them for sure.
Thank you Lisa!
Interesting thought re selling them – I’m wondering whether you are thinking of the original with the shells as an artpiece or as a photograph.
If you would like any of the photographs in high resolution to download and print out yourself I am happy to put them in my Etsy shop for you.
This is such a creative rabbit – made out of shells of all shapes and sizes! It also looks very realistic and it looks like it is smiling as well. I’d have a very hard time pulling him apart 🙂
Thank you so much for your comment Mabel. This little guy is meant to be a frog! They are said to say “ribbit” here – although I think it is only one sort of frog that actually makes such a noise. 🙂
Haha! I still think it looks like a rabbit as it looks like it’s legs are jumping up and down…but I can certainly see how it can look like a frog too 😀
Cool – I have one to show you – maybe tomorrow!
Ooooh! Exciting! 🙂
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