Hi everyone! I’d like you to meet Olympia — a sweet little owlet that I started during the Olympics and just finished this morning. (Yes, my life has been crazy lately, ha ha!)
Olympia is flying off to live with my friend Emily, who makes amazing flower corsage pins out of recycled sweaters. They are so soft and pretty. I feel so lucky to have one, and wearing it really makes me feel happy! (Emily makes other super cool felty things, and she’s a stamper, too! You should grab a cup of tea and check out her site. And! Emily passed along this video where she learned how to make the flowers.)
So of course, I had to make a flower for Olympia, too.
(Supplies: It’s been a while since I’ve shown an owlet — here are more! And, this is the pattern that I use, but I’ve modified it a bit. I found that super fun packing tape from Torendi — Olympia was sitting inside it on my desk and I thought it would make a great picture — totally unplanned, hee hee. The tape is designed by Shinzi Katoh — one of my favorite designers, love everything that he does.)
What has made you smile today? I’d love to hear!
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Olympia made me smile! 8) She’s adorable!
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So cute, Lisa! I love your owl! And I love Emily’s felt creations, too. I even have my own felt flower.
Your little owlet has made me smile, ADORABLE!!!!
I love your owlet Lisa – so much so that one has found its way to my house and sits on my craft desk. Sometimes he gets in on my photos too – I think he wants to be famous! Olympia looks so sweet sitting in that flower – great post!
I adore Olympia so much Lisa.. you always making the best owlets.. she’s super cute with flower on her head.. and her big eyes melt my heart.. :)
Cute little Olympia made me smile today! I’ve just started learning how to crochet so I’ll have to try (!) making one of these cuties! Thanks for the links to the pattern and the video on making the gorgeous felt flowers!
She arrived today! So excited and she is ADORABLE! Thanks so much Lisa! Love your card too – even better in person – love how it shimmers! Hugs!
Hiya Lisa! I have a fun post with Olympia on my blog. You inspired me to learn to crochet, so now Olympia has a friend – Hedwig! They are both perched happily in my stamping studio! Thanks – hope you are doing well! http://stampingscoops.blogspot.com/2011/01/olympia-and-hedwig.html
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