Sunday, November 16

WIP - that's Christmassy!

Yesterday Stella popped over to drop off some Christmas themed WIP.
My task is to choose some appropriate ribbon for these Christmas stockings to hang from.

It so happens I am in short supply of red/rose/mauvey pink velvet ribbon. Really I am….. so now have an excuse to look for haberdashery as if I needed one…

Harry is having his winter trim tomorrow – we don’t tell him where he’s going as he isn’t too keen on personal grooming.

This is a photo of him the day we brought him home.


Harry post winter hair cut....

12 comments:

  1. Good lucky Harry... hope they treat you well in the Salon....
    Marion

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  2. Thats one cute pup - deserves posh shampoo,
    J
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    also like the stocking.

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  3. Awww, Harry looks so cute. Hope his short back and sides goes well.

    Such a shame about the ribbon ... I bet you're gutted that you'll have to go and look at new stuff. ;-)

    x

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  4. He was such a cute puppy!

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  5. Poor Harry, I hope that he doesn't catch cold with his new haircut!

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  6. Oh so sweet and what dog is keen on personal grooming? Mine love to be dirty and smelly, the smellier the better according to them!
    Love the colour of that stocking and it's velvet trim.

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  7. loving the festivity here...and the stocking looks beautiful! are they full size or for the tree?

    i heart harry. he was a super-cute pup...hope he likes his trim and hasn't held it against you! x

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  8. How did it go then Harry?
    Hope the rich tea biccies made up for it?...... ;)

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  9. i can see why 'Harry' came home that day with you...just look at those sweet puppy eyes...

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  10. Ooh that stocking looks wonderful - I love the wool felt & ribbon combination. As for Harry - isn't he the most lovely? Give him a cuddle from me. I love dogs, though I'm not so sure my two cats would agree! Have a good week. Denise

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  11. Oh Love im ! I used to have to clip my black & white Springer as he would get sooo fluffy. I lost him when he was 11, he had a heart defect which didn't show itself until just before he died.
    Thanks for the advice re dd feeding young Mr Archibald, makes a lot of sense. I'm going to give the puppy classes a go but definitely would consider a personal trainer as Springers are a handful at the best of times.
    x

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