June 10, 2008

Sugar Skull Softies


I was checking in on Alicia Traveria's blog and was sent into an embroidery orbit of bliss over these sugar skull softies she made. Nyeah nyeah- they're for sale at Parts and Labour here in Austin and I'm totally going down there to buy me some.

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12 comments:

  1. Oh no Jenny, you didn't. As if I don't already have enough obsessions! They are ADORABLE! There is something about the day of the dead decorations that just grab me. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. these are the funnest skulls I have seen. I noticed them before and wondered if there were patterns. Now I know the story. I really like them!

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  3. Eek! I love these! I especially like the flower eyes!

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  4. Wow, thanks so much for the sugar skull softie love! I appreciate all the compliments, y'all. I'm gonna go blush with now....and then sew up some more sugar skulls. : )

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  5. I saw those... where did I see those? But they are fantastic. And she has an Etsy shop. For those who aren't able to get to Austin.

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  6. These are incredible! I work at an inner city school with about 90% hispanic kids. They would love these, so would I!

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  7. OH MY GOSH! I must have these! They're even in my colors!

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  8. Hmm ... don't like skulls in general but I have to say these are pretty funky - a far cry from my fairytales. The colours are really great. Very unique too, they'd look fab lined up on a work desk or shelf.

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  9. these are some cute skulls. Love the colors.

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  10. I would LOVE to purchase some to sit on my art desk while I work. Please let us know when they are available online! Beautiful work!

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  11. These are so cute I love softies!

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  12. I bought a custom bag with skulls like this from a lady on Etsy:

    http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=14172658

    Fabulous amazing pattern! I do love skulls, and these are girlie...who could ask for more?

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