Thanks for your concern and prayers. Every prayer helps!I love your gingerbread man. So cute!
yay!!! It was sent to me too, but it's still on the "to-do" list! LOLHe turned out just awesome. ;) hugs, B
I love this little guy. I also love the picture in your previous post with all your animal creations. So precious.Glad you had a nice visit with your grandmother. Shopping sounds like it was fun.Ruth
My ten year old loves this little guy! He doesn't think he'd be happy either after someone took a few bites out of him.
Thank you everyone!Well Bonne-get to it! you've only got 365 days until Christmas now!;)Ruth, it was a good visit, and yes, though I didn't buy much, the shopping was fun.Corrine, yes, with a leg missing, and half of a head, I imagine I wouldn't be too happy either...rofl..
He is adorable!! Thanks for sharing.
OH, that gingerbread man is TOO cute! I love him! I just stopped by to say hello and nice to "meet" you! Thank you for entering my blog giveaway for OWOH! Good luck to you! I'll check back later to see your OWOH post that you mentioned you'd be posting later today! She does say in her blog instructions that it just has to be on or after Monday the 19th so you're on schedule, LOL! :)
How cute! Love the facial expression! :-)And thanks for stopping by my blog today, too!
OMG! that face! it's really sweet. :)thanks for stopping by on your OWOH travels. I do hope to see you again.ps - love the ellies below, too. :)
LOL! TOO CUTE! :D
Thank you everyone!
This guy is so cute - might have to make him in clay for my polymer clay ornament swap this coming year, but it's way too early to think about that.
This is so very cute!
I love this gingerbread man! So funny!-Michelle
Poor guy. This so cute!
Oh my goodness, this is the cutest thing ever. I need one too! Thank you for sharing the tutorial!Smiles,Lea
Just had to say this is so cute!! I made something like this, only out of paper, to decorate holiday cards and bookmark gifts.
That is SUPER cute!!!!
I flipping LOVE him. Must. Have.
This is hysterical. I have some quilt fabric from many years ago that have a similar theme of half eaten gingers.
Hahahahahahaha! That is *awesome*, it cracks me up when 'traditional' crafts are just a little bit skewed. :)
Love it, love it, love it!
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