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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Cowboy Christmas Trees


Ann Littlewolf sent me this picture of what she's making. I really like them.

11 comments:

One Fly said...
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One Fly said...

Have a great Thanksgiving Patrick.

P M Prescott said...

You too, Tom

Michael Manning said...

This is extraordinary work, PM! It tickles the imagination and I would think anyone who keeps the child in them alive as I do.

HAPPY THANKSGIVING MY FRIEND!

Michael

P M Prescott said...

Anne is an extraordinary person. Thanks for saying so.
You have a good Thanksgiving too.

Anonymous said...

P M Prescott I like your Cowboy Christmas Tree were did you find the small cowboy toys to make them Thanks ...

P M Prescott said...

Anon, they're not mine, they're Anne Littlewolf's and I'm not sure where she gets them.

Anonymous said...

PM Prescott can you ask Ann were she get the little toys to make her cowboy christmas tree im looking for a hobby and this looks like its one i would like Thanks

P M Prescott said...

That I will do and try to get back to you in a future post.

P M Prescott said...

HI---the Cowboy Christmas trees are a combination of found objects (native sage, grasses, etc), an elk spike, a piece of wood for the base (cedar is my favorite when I can get it) and fencing wire. The cowboy motif decorations are from Hobby Lobby, and since they're not mainstream golf, football, baseball, etc. they can be a bit tricky to find. The little packages and strings of bulbs, etc.,are common Hobby Lobby stock, so that's no problem, but the cowboy style things can be a hunt. I also use twine, Indian beads, horseshoes, sort of whatever strikes my fancy on each one. No two are exactly alike, but they sure are fun to make.
Hope this helps, and thanks for asking.

Anonymous said...

For Alittlewolf thank you for the info i have found somethings on
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FiremountianGemsAndBeads
Southwest Set of 8
Hope this helps you one question were did you find the little horse shoes ???Thank You Long winters here in Vermont Take Care Bobby