corner view ≈ jewelry

big ben = evelyn mae creations / wolf = little projectiles
when tinyWOOLF meets big ben again, 
the clock tower bell will ring five past five. 
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jane's corner view, francesca's hosting, elsa's theme. 

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  1. Hey Momma, I'm so sorry I have not been by lately, I have had my tool belt on lately working with Phil....and its so cold up here now.....working outside I'm layered to the hilt!

    Love your charms......the wolf suits you.....hows your construction coming along?

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    1. i musta been writing as you were?
      hi! construction, right?
      windows are finally arriving next week, i keep my hands clenched to my heart.
      guess what? heaps of plastering coming up by moi, afterwards...
      we're sistas in arms again, ain't we?
      n♥

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  2. and it will be the perfect moment to have tea! I wish you a nice day, ma chère !

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  3. late afternoon or early morning, great encounter, x (and love-in-a-mist in the background too)

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  4. cute charms ...
    ps. nothing happens when i hover!

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    1. doesn't the mouse tell you the creators? just text, no dynamic link!
      sorry...! it works here...
      n♥

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  5. hope it will be soon!
    PS creators do display at my end.

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  6. Love the charms. I tried to feature my charm braceletts, but I was in a hurry when taking the photos and they didn't come out well, so maybe another time. I have a full one from my childhood through high school days and a new one my hubby started for me. It has a tractor (representing him), a cat for my cats, and an angel(a collection of mine). :>)

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  7. A little wolf for the wolf <3.

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  8. I love the little wolf, such an adorable sly smile.

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  9. There seems to be a hidden meaning there... In russian we say "place of meeting can't be changed" we say it if we really want something to happen. (a phrase from an old russian spy movie)

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  10. that is really cool !! i like it.

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  11. I'm now on the hunt for tiny wolf(s) for you, Kers!

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  12. My Annabel's favorite animal. Adorable!

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  13. hi woolfie, I bought the masking tapes here: http://de.dawanda.com/shop/LaPapeterie
    good morning!! mano

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  14. Gorgeous! I love this little wolf . . . and Big Ben too :-)

    And thank you for your kind and encouraging comments on my post

    K xx

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  15. i am jealous because of that tiny little wolf to hang around your neck!!
    need to thank you for the wonderful, great and fun david byrne video, just ordered the whole cd... how i love his dance! x♥♥x julia

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  16. Charming! (someone must have said that her her)
    I love it and the London charm does harken to stories of meetings and
    your wolf hovering near that tower makes my imagination loom!!
    oh, you are so poetic even in jewels!

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  17. What could be a better goodluck charm than a woolf...and Big Ben remembers me that I miss good old London!

    My I invite you to this week's drawing challenge with the the "leaves"? I am the host: http://www.herzfrisch.com/blog/invitation/ and it wood be a pleasure for me.

    Sabine

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  18. Love that little wolf! and also love your driftwood inspired drawing in the previous post!

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  19. i LIKE the tiny tinny wolf and the little ben alongside. i like even more your last two pictures. i really, really do.

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  20. That´s lovely wolfy...adorable

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  21. that little woolfie is divine. i think i'm in love with i! as always your cleverness shows beautifully :)

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  22. hello dear woolfie!
    i am so happy to see you at the art farm this mornin! i was afraid i had lost all my readers in my long absence!
    i had a peek at Acorn Antiques, timeless campy humor very funny indeed! Carol Burnett and friends had a show in the 70's here...reminded me of it. do you know it?
    your origami patterned ghost story has my eyes searching and looking...looking for that ghost, that surprise...in a window, behind a door. perfect!

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