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Next, "So Many Posts, So Little Time" has a lovely photo of Tiny, then delves into the weighty subject of which blogs to read to avoid missing important information. Finally, "When Madness Struck" details the joy of creating an animation in Photo Shop. Won't tell what it is, but the blue matches Stasia's gorgeous eyes purr-fectly. Audace enjoys open windows -- finally -- along with the rest of the gang at Momma Grace & Company.
Izzy shows a grrreat tummy post for Tummy Tuesday #64 posted at Mind of Mog. There is another grrreat tummy shot for Tummy Tuesday #64, and also Wordless Wednesday posted at i Infidel.
Instead of forming a loop, pinch the wire to form a circle, and bend the tails of the wire out to form the base for the wings. Wrap the rubber band around the top wire and set it in the center.I think a sweet floral paper would be so pretty for an invitation to a little girl’s birthday party.Materials: You’ll need heavy cardstock, 24 gauge wire, silicone rubber bands (I found mine in the hair aisle at Walgreens) needle-nose pliers, scissors, tape, a paintbrush, a black marker, and a white ink pen. The wire used for the top wings will be 4 inches, and the wire used for the bottom wings will be 5.5 inches. Wrap it around the base of your paintbrush to form a loop.You must see the Halloween Weekend Cat Blogging Round-up posted at Cat Synth (Amar and Luna).Rico Loco and Sawyer are Copy Cats over at the Mis-Adventures of Rico Loco. Eddie has to make some very pleasant decisions and he does so in true cat fashion on Friday Cat Blogging: Decisions, Decisions posted at anniemiz.