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boohbears Booh Bears
Glendale, Arizona
Posts: 1,833
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ttsedona.jpgHello,
It's been a while since I've put one of my bears on TT!  Sedona was a true labor of love from dyeing her mohair
to her needle felted and mohair rooted muzzle.  I have rooted mohair before in small places but have never done
a full muzzle like Joanne Livingston does.  It took hours and hours to complete!   It was fun, though!
I hope you like her!  She's available for adoption on my website!
http://www.boohbears.com/page6.html
Hugs & Blessings,
Janice

HeidiBears florida
Posts: 321

very cute! and the muzzle looks great by the way! bear_thumb   bear_wub

boohbears Booh Bears
Glendale, Arizona
Posts: 1,833
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Thank you so much, Heidi!  I appreciate the compliment!
Hugs,
Janice

Snookums Posts: 285

She's absolutely gorgeous!!! I love her sweet little face!! bear_wub  bear_wub

boohbears Booh Bears
Glendale, Arizona
Posts: 1,833
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Thank you so much!   bear_original
Hugs,
Janice

Melisa Nichols Melisa's Bears
Hazelton, BC
Posts: 5,811
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What a sweetheart!  I love how cuddly she looks in that curly fur... and great job on the needle felted & rooted muzzle!  bear_wub  bear_wub  bear_wub  :clap:  :clap:

avateddy Posts: 1,361

Very beautiful!

thondra rosenheim / bayern
Posts: 311
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very sweet girl
the muzzle is adorable bear_original

rowarrior The Littlest Thistle
Glasgow
Posts: 6,212

She's beautiful, and I'd never have imagined you could use rocks to dye - flowers, leaves, bark yes, rocks, I hadn't imagined would be so yielding!

tcfolk TC Folk Originals
Tempe, AZ
Posts: 1,553

I find the idea of needle felting and then rooting mohair quite interesting!  One of these days I might get up enough courage to try it!

boohbears Booh Bears
Glendale, Arizona
Posts: 1,833
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Thank you so much, everyone!  Katy, the rocks are so red and really soft, not granite hard, so when you soak them in boiling water, the color comes off!  TC, needle felting a full muzzle is a lot more time consuming than I imagined!  Joanne says it gets faster the more you do it!
Hugs,
Janice

suejennings TeddyBuys
Kent
Posts: 1,154
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She is just delightful.  Those rocks certainly produced a lovely colour - subtle, but very nice.

Anna Tide Bad Bergzabern
Posts: 318

OMG; she is wonderful!  bear_wub  bear_wub  bear_wub  I love her!  bear_wub  bear_wub  bear_wub

boohbears Booh Bears
Glendale, Arizona
Posts: 1,833
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Thank you very much, Sue and Anna! 
Hugs,
Janice

Conni Germany
Posts: 1,794

She is a dream! I love her face. CUTE!

desertmountainbear desertmountainbear
Bloomsburg, PA
Posts: 5,399
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I love her Janice.  Her coloring is so soft, just beautiful.  Perfect name for a bear colored from those red rocks. 

Joanne

boohbears Booh Bears
Glendale, Arizona
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Thank you so much, Joanne!  The bear I made several years ago from the rocks was much more red - I'm not sure why this one turned out an earthy ecru color but I do like the color!

TreacleBears Treacle Bears
Posts: 183

just gorgeous - love the mohair you used!!! x

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