Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Snow-Werewolf (004/365)

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I bet when neanderthal kids would make a snowman, someone would always end up saying, 'Don't forget the thick, heavy brows.' Then they would get all embarrassed because they remembered they had the big husky brows too, and they'd get mad and eat the snowman.

Jack Handy (American Writer and cast member of Saturday Night Live from 1991-2003. Famous for his Deep Thoughts comedy sketches.)

TIME:  9:07 PM
PLACE:  Kitchen
SUBJECT:  January Family Project

StellaDella brought home a family project to complete for school.  It is to decorate a snowman using whatever we want however we want and officially, it is due on Friday.  This morning, SD told me that we had to DO IT TODAY because some classmates already brought theirs in and IT IS REQUIRED BY FRIDAY MOM!!!!  Obviously, she didn’t want to wait until the last minute and needed me to get with the program.  We worked on it this evening.  Her idea was to make a snow-werewolf (of course it was…although I was a little surprised she didn’t want to make a snow-zombie) and she wanted to use the leftover fur from her werewolf hat I made in back in 2009.  Lucky for me, I was able to find the fur without too much digging and we were able to put it together.  The snow-werewolf is a girl.  She is wearing a jaunty, striped scarf and is going to heave a snowball at you…because that is what snow-werewolves do.

4 comments:

Esther Montgomery said...

That snow-werewolf is scary. (Cheerful too!)

Esther

bentonflocke said...

cool snow-werewolf it´s a fantastic idea

Christina said...

Great job on the snow-werewolf, StellaDella! Cute face and bright scarf. Love the heart too!

Sujomi said...

Esther - She is actually quite a friendly snow-werewolf. I don't think she'd hurt a soul. ;)

bentonflocke - SD comes up with some great ideas...she amazes me with her imagination.

Christina - The heart was a last minute addition, she wanted everyone to know that this was a nice snow-werewolf.

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