a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Paper Bag Angels...

that my youngest daughter makes.  It is difficult to see the cut out wings but they are there.  A very simple but cute idea.

The clock you see above I made from an old found TBird hubcap...for my hubbie...who prefers Chevrolet...and that's why it's at the sale!

Sorta like me buying him a right-handed bow at a divorce sale.  I didn't know they came in right and left handed!  It's the thought that counts, right?

Hubby spent hours on the roof of the house, shooting into a bale of hay on the ground, retraining himself to shoot right-handed!

11 comments:

LindaG said...

We prefer Chevy, too, but I would have kept the clock.

The angels are very cute!

Nora said...

It was very kind of hubby to try and retrain himself. Not many men would have done it. XOX

TechnoBabe said...

Was your husband able to train himself to shoot the arrows on a right handed bow?

Dreaming said...

The angels are darling!
Your hubby is the greatest! The fact that he would even try to use the bow is a testament to his wonderfulness! My guy would not have done that! If it makes you feel better, I think only the better bows come in right or left handed models. The inexpensive ones usually can be used either way!

Michaele said...

Nice additions to the store!

Country Gal said...

You do make me laugh lol. Hope hubby is able to use the bow. Nice angels they are cute love the clock. Have a wonderful day !

Eva Ason said...

Cute angels :) And I see the wings too, so cute.
Have a lovely Saturday evening!

Buttons said...

They angels are adorable. I love the clock. And I think trying to use your left hand would be challenging he will get it and be the better for it. B

Pat said...

It was the thought that counted, right?

Hope the sale went well today!

Cute angels, too!

DesertHen said...

I had no clue that there were left and right handed bows either until our daughter started shooting archery in 4-H.

Very cute crafts! Would love to know how the angles are made as that would be an easy decoration our 4-H crafts club could do for the senior center.

Farm Girl said...

I didn't know that either. Wow, you learn something every day. That makes me laugh that he is on the roof.
The angels are really cute.

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