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Jumper Santas

Posted by colorcrazy (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 24, 09 at 12:32

Guess some of us had Christmas on our minds after the holidays. That is when I like to paint Christmas stuff - it is too hectic before the holidays.

Here are two of my Santas. They are wooden ornaments from Michael's with movable arms and legs. No pattern, so I probably didn't do the fur or the beard correctly, but they are nice gifts. (They do take forever to paint bec of the moving parts.)

Close-up  Jumping Santas

Two jumping santas

Back side of Jumping Santa


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CC you done a wonderful job painting these without a pattern. I use patterns on most of my projects so pat yourself on the back for coming up with such cute santas. I bet they were harder with all the moving parts. I've wondered where you've been so it's great to have you back posting again.

Punk


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Those santas are darling. Really good job on doing your own pattern. Your little tags look really cute too. Luvs


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CC~ I think they turned out really cute. I like the beard and the coat so don't think you could have done them any better. =) My DD loves these jumpers. They'll make cute gifts. ~Anj


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Thanks, all. Luvs, the tags were on the Santas when I brought them. So they served as a "pattern" of sorts. A few years ago I did little girl angels from the same company, and some soldiers.


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The Santa's are so cute! You did a great job. I think any time of year is a good time to celebrate Christmas!


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