Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Sheep

Here they are, for those who haven't met them before!!

19 comments:

Betty said...

I love your sheep! thanks for your comment - I have been reading a library book and didn't know about stretching the paper (i am only using wallpaper lining at the moment!) - must go back and start again - am skipping ahead/running before walking! so much to learn. Thankyou. Bettyx

cookingwithgas said...

they are great! Love the look on their faces.

Hawthorn said...

Excellent - love those faces. I take it from your last post that you don't do these at home?

gz said...

Hawthorn I used to make the heads at home, but with my own work taking over the living room, I don't think the Carpenter would be best pleased with sheep in the kitchen!!

Elaine said...

These are such fun, I imagine they must be very popular.

Elaine said...

PS I forgot to ask - what sort of size are they?

Zhoen said...

A wonderful herd.

Kath said...

I nearly swooned- I thought for a minute they were chocolate!! :-D

gz said...

Elaine,the small sheep are a couple of inches in diameter after firing

Michèle Hastings said...

adorable!

smartcat said...

What a cool flock! I love what happens when a large number of animals are together. There are a lot of personalities there.

Sara said...

I was going to ask you for a picture of them, they are brilliant and I love the ram at the bottom (that's the Aries coming out in me ;)) guarding his harem! xx

Chris said...

Love them! Especially the ram.

The Cranky Crone, she lives alone! said...

Marvelous!
I can see rabbits as well as sheep.

sea fringed edge said...

Ooooo, I like them. Btw I got sick of paying for online security and having incompatibility issues - Norton, Macaffe etc, and have been very safe and happy with Mircosoft's free windows sscurity.

gz said...

SFE I think we have avg, also free, and not much gets past that...but only ever on the computers here that are not using linux....

herhimnbryn said...

Several years ago when we visited St Ffagans, we bought a couple of tiny sheep. I wonder if they were yours?

Janet said...

Like Kath, I thought they were chocolate! Very cute!

gz said...

HHB I started making them for St Ffagans pottery in 2007, if I remember rightly