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Monday, 14 January 2013

MONDAY MONDAY


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Greetings, hope you all had a great weekend,  now here we are starting another week,  already in the middle of January.............I had a very quite weekend, just laying low, kinda nice........The weather was the culprit, started out Friday evening with the blizzard blowing in then the fridged temps, still really cold out there, all week the days are with a wicked wind chill, oh well...............Yesterday I decided to make myself a beeswax lamb with a mold I had,  always wanted one,  so I melted a big beeswax candle I had bought last summer at a yard sale, poured it in the lamb mold, wow, had just enough with the one big candle, yey!!!!....let sit and harden most of the day,  then popped out the lamb,  very nice, melted the bit I left in the pot, sealed the mold together with it,  so far so good.......I like the blacked look so thought I would try to rub black paint on the lamb, then sprinkled cinnammon  and clove over it,  think the lamb turned out not to bad,  tied some homespun around the neck with a little rusty bell, put it in my wooden bowl on the table and thats all she wrote,  my excitement for the day.............Enjoy the day, Prim Blessings Francine.  

lamb in ther making


29 comments:

  1. I love it. It is perfect for Easter! Dianntha

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  2. Very prim and nice, Francine.. Love it...

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  3. Well aren't you fancy!! LOVE it! Great up cycling there Francine!! Gettin snowed in(almost) got your groove on!! Tippin my cuppa coffee to you on this chilly Monday!! XOXO Love Fran.

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  4. Love the lamb. It is cold here in Ontario here today brrrrrrrrrrrrr
    Hope you have a great week.
    Janet

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  5. Your lamb turned out great! I've always wanted one too. It's freezing here, not a lot of snow, just cold temps. I felt bad for the kids at the bus stop this morning. Thankfully the bus wasn't late!

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  6. The lamb is perfect. You did a good job. I can't do those things. It's always a disaster when I do:) Sounds like a perfect relaxing weekend. -Steph-

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  7. Gorgeous! I bet it smells great too. J

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  8. thanks for the inpiration, I have 2 of those lamb molds, one looks more like yours, maybe good for jello, other one is thicker aluminum cake mold, made a cake once with my granddaughter, ears fell off when I tried to put frosting on. May try a candle in the the thinner one.

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  9. I had a mold like this and had always planned to do something similar, but finally sold it off - sigh! Your's turned out great!

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  10. Prim wonderful friend.
    I love her.
    Great job.
    I need to make me one.
    Woolie hugs
    Trace

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  11. Looks cute. my daughter that loves sheep would love these!

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  12. So cute , never seen that before . Nice work . Have a good day !

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  13. I have never seen anything like that, it is so cute.

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  14. Francine, I love your lamb! he turned out wonderful! Blizzard.. still no snow here...but we have gotten cold! BRR! OLM

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  15. Baa Baa Black Sheep this is such a jewel! Ha bet you thougt I was gonna say wool. LOL Looks awesome Francine! Janice

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  16. Ha! That has turned out so beautiful! Love the blacked look on the lamp, it looks so rustic! :)
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  17. Franchine
    I love how your lamb turned out. It must smell great!
    I think I have that same mold. Mines actually for a cake.

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  18. Very nice..I would like something like that but would never light it..Nic to look at and love the smell. Maybe when we get moved I can have more prim things :)
    Have a great week..very very cold here to in central IL

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  19. The lamb looks good! I'm afraid I'm not too good at that sort of thing. Have a great week!

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  20. Wow! I would have never thought to try that.

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  21. Wow, what a smarty pants you are! That is adorable and I can almost smell it. Great job

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  22. What a great idea and it turned out so cute!

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  23. Francine the lamb turned out adorable!!!

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    1. Thanks friends, so nice you all think my lamb is nice, Francine.

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  24. You're so clever, Francine....and I LOVE your lamb!

    Stay warm!

    Hugs,
    Tammy

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