Thursday, June 25, 2009

Counting sheep

I can't believe how many wonderful sheep items there are on etsy. I would love to be able to buy each and every one of the great items:



1. Original Naieve Primitive folk art sheep painting by hopeandjoystudios
2. Wooly Sheep Earrings by lapisotter
3. Free Ride, Fine Art Photography 5 x 7 by circlebbart
4. Rosemary Mint Sheep Soap 3.5oz by ShineYourHineySoap
5. sheep mug by susansmithclay
6. Frame purse - Black Sheep by SewingRabbit
7. You pick it, I'll quilt it, Sheep in the Meadow Baby quilt by southerncharmquilts
8. DeNatura. Open Weave Shawl. Undyed Sheep Wool by DeNatura
9. Sheep, 7 x 8 Fine Art Print by SharonMontrose
10. Musical Fleece Sheep Baby Mobile with Moon and Star by PinkPerch
11. Crochet Pattern- Lana the lamb amigurumi doll by Owlishly
12. Border Leicester Curly Locks .5 oz by flightsofwhimzy
13. Sheep Bench by tolemountain
14. Little Lambs - Original Art Painting by TheSecretNest
15. White Baby Lamb Novelty Buttons by forbeadintreasures
16. Bamboo crochet hook with sheep by DesignsbyTami

8 comments:

Southern Charm Quilts by Melanie said...

Thank you so much for featuring my sheep quilt on your blog. I've never been featured before. Thank you so much. I love all the other little sheep items too!

Flights of Whimzy said...

Jen, it was so nice of you to feature our curly locks. We love all things sheepy too! ☺

Karina said...

Hi Flights of Whimzy - I just bought some felting needles from you :)
Thanks so much Jenny for adding in my lamb painting!

Lesley at Pink Perch said...

Too cute! What a wonderful collection of sheep. Thank you so much for featuring my sheep mobile!

tstept2 said...

Thanks so much for featuring my sheep hook! Such a cute collection of sheepies!!!

clint-teegardin.blogspot.com said...

Jenny - thanks for adding "the free ride" to your collection. If your viewers want more of this type of art they can go to my blog, http://clint-teegardin.blogspot.com/. We have slow sheep in Montana, which was near the site of "the free ride". You will also find a bison from Yellowstone who is obeying the speed limit.

www.hopeandjoystudios.etsy.com said...

Thanks for featuring my snoopy sheep painting! I'm a former farmers daughter/ farmers wife (still have my Dad and husband..we just don't farm anymore!) and fondly remember feeding bottle lambs! Sheep are so cool and if I ever have more land, I will have some again! Julia

Forbeadin Treasures said...

Thank you so much for featuring my little sheep buttons on your blog! You have a found a wonderful collection of cute sheep! Simply lovely. Thanks!