Monday, May 6, 2013

Week Twenty-Five: 3D Quilled Mouse

This week I've tried to add to my 3D quilling collection, with a sweet little fellow that I hope no one would set a trap for.



I don't know why I decided he should be reading, but the idea grew into him reading The Lion and The Mouse of Aesop's Fables. The book actually does contain that story, though it is just that one over and over. I went to far (as I tend to do) and even made it an inside cover page, which no one will ever see without destroying it, as I've glued it so that his hands hold the pages open.



I imagine he's a mischievous chap, seeking wisdom and information from one of the great mice of history. Perhaps it's his favourite story.




Here's a look at the book before it became the permanent belonging of the mousey.


 
He has to lean up against something, because in my magical mind he would be leaning up against the trunk of a tree, reading in the sunshine one lazy afternoon. I don't have a small tree at my disposal though, so I've put him up against walls mostly.


It's nice to have a mouse about the place that makes me smile rather than scream and leap up onto a chair.  


 Would you welcome this little guy into your home?
 
 
This month is the month in which my son was born, so next week's project is baby themed (also partly because I'm all out of baby cards and I need to replenish my stock!).
 
xnata

3 comments:

Rajlakshmi said...

he is such a cute mouse :d I loved the creativy :D

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nata_says_so said...

Thank you Rajlakshmi, I've had a look at your blog and you make some really lovely quilled creations of your own! Love your quilled flowers, so lovely.

xnata

Karen Clare said...

This is awesome! Love it x