Hah! And he even has a feather in his cap. . . Richard Scarry's books were on my daughter's (and now, granddaughter's) shelves, too.LOVE it----and all the making implies.
Dear www. What a darling project and working with your granddaughter on it must have been precious. Janet S. Dak.
I love Richard Scarrys books!Great Lowly worm!xxx
Chris -- thank you. The feather came out of a nearby vase of northern flicker feathers... and the making was so much more than just making, you're right!
Janet, it will be a cherished memory, the first time we've made something of this magnitude! Where in SD? -- my husband is from Mitchell.
Trish, aren't they the best? Hang onto yours, they'll never stop being wonderful! And thanks.
he's fabulous. i keep going back to look at him.
I LOVE HIM!!! My son loved the RS books and Lowly Worm was just so adorable. You've really captured him :)PS On a visit to Elk Point, SD we stopped in Mitchell and visited the Corn Palace (of course!) on our way home. :)
The first of many things you'll make together! I think of those cute little knitted dolls I used to make (knitted bodies, t-shirt type cloth for the head, all stuffed with wool) or the acorn headed navity set -- how much fun that would be to make with a grandchild!
what fun lol the old books are sometimes the best!
Thanks, Deanna -- he is pretty cute!
Nancy, of course, you HAD to see the Corn Palace!!!This brings back memories, big time -- how you could spend a half-hour on one page looking at all the detail in the Busytown Book, remember that one?
we have a long love affair w/lowly & friends in this family...going back to my worn beloved "busy busy world". blue just came over to look, "pretty cute!" -big praise from a 13 yr. old boy!
Jo, there's definitely a lot to look forward to. Glad I kept so many of my Waldorf craft books in addition to this RS one!
Kathy, thank you!
Lyn, oh yeah!
Cindy, thanks -- I'm honored by the compliment!
So sweet...children are precious <3and having a nana to share with will be remembered forever <3
Marie -- said like a true mama!
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