Children's illustrator, needle felter and toymaker. Somewhere in rural Shropshire.
So random and cute! Love the spots and stripes! x
Oh, Gretel! They are so funny!:0))) I'm sure you'll have to introduce to us their siblings, because lots of people would like to have one at home! So..., take the needle and sing a song:)))
I can't believe geese on wheels haven't been created before - it seems the right way to go! They're really cute.
Hehe how cute are those :-)Hugs,A x
These are gorgeous. We have just had the Goose Fair, your timing is perfect.
uh oh...I see some caravans rolling along shortly...xx
So cute - great idea and think of all the other things you could put wheels on too!! x Jo
Wheely marvellous! What about a mother goose with little goslings being pulled along behind in a sort of train affair?
They've got wheels!!Brilliant!xo,p
How adorable and fun! Love 'em!
Oh Gretel, these wheelie geese surely do deliver smiles. They are terrific designs, and as others have said, definitely might lead to a large flock.I could imagine a mother goose (where have I heard that term before...) with accompanying offspring.Or...much, much larger (really big...way beyond needle felting) wheelie geese facing each other as in your photo, as sentinels at a passageway to a special play room (something vaguely Egyptian circling round my brain.) My imagination is still rolling, but I know that yours is still far ahead!xo
VERY sweet indeed! They are sure to make someone very happy. :)
As Craig says on Strictly Come Dancing ...... FAB U LOUS!!
hahhah....these are great...... what fun! Of course, I do have to admit...I've always loved little toys on wheels.... never actually had one either ....maybe I need to make me a toy on wheels too...hmmm... now what to try? ....
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