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Emily Sutton crafts these exquisite song birds by hand and details them with delicate stitching and paint. I admire the amount of love and patience that must have gone into making them. You can see more of these little darlings on Emily’s website (found via Oh Joy)

It been a while since my last post, we have been very busy with wedding plans, the wedding and the honeymoon that I simply couldn’t get to everything. Anyhow, have a look at Tamar Morgendorff, isn’t this bird house fantastic. Birds where a big theme at our wedding and they continue to inspire.

I found these adorable little characters while browsing Cher Ami (one of my favorite visits for the day). They are made by French company Serendipity


While trying to find some much needed creative inspiration, I stumbled across this adorable yellow giraffe made by Debi van Zyl on her really inspiring site. His crazy red button eyes and skinny legs really have put a smile on my face.

knitted giraffe

Rose and Radish has just introduced these precious diggies, each made with vintage fabric.


A whole weekend has passed and I am still hooked on soft little animals. I found these gorgeous creatures at Little Birds. What a brilliant blog by a really talented toy crafter, Stephanie.




Today I seem to have a real soft spot for cuddly wanimals. These creatures are lovingly made by Julie from Little Cotton Rabbits, kinda makes me wish I wasn’t so terrible at knitting.Cotton Rabbits

These adorable felt toys are really special. Have a look at Mahar Drygoods for vintage inspired crafts.Mahar

Having made a sock Monkey myself, I simply cant resist these crazy creatures.