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These paw ornaments are great for any pet lover on your list, or to sell.
You can find my printable crochet pattern HERE
You will need a heart crochet pattern as well and you can find it HERE
Our tree will have many of these on it and I will be gifting family and friends some.
Here is a poem I wrote earlier this year about my fur babies.

Your paw in my hand is like unexplained magic

It’s like first love, true love, and parental love as one
It’s an adjective for love I can’t find in existence

It’s like a breathtaking kiss, a tear jerking hug
It’s emotions rarley envoked often

It’s like butterflies,heart flutters, and endless grins
It’s life’s excitments in overload

Your paw in my hand is a loss of words.

Dandelion B 2019

Some of our fur babies recent photos
First meet Ella, our son lost his beloved Guinea Pig Cinnomon, she was 6 years old, terrific for a Guinea Pig!, he has now chosen to love a lion head bunny, they live to be 8 to 10 years old. We adopted a rabbit many years ago, Cadbury, she was said to be a few years old at adoption,and she passed well into her 10th year!
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Here is Ruby, she has come a long way from the scared kitten we adopted in January. She is such a snuggle bug now, and as my son says “she’s like a regular cat now”
You can find her laying like this often, true to the Mainecoon breed ( she is a cross) but a few months ago you would only find her in the fetal position, with one eye open, on guard at all times.
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Here’s Mr Copper, being his silly self and always by mamas side. My neighbour gifted me some micro sunflower green seeds, as I turned to get some water for them Cooper needed to have a sniff.
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Here is Lux, in between crafting for Christmas I play with this gorgeous girl in one of here favourite spots for the summer, her pool. Hubz built a cement pad with patio stones a few years back just for her pool.
It’s not the greatest action shot, I grabbed my phone quickly for this photo one day.
Here “bathing suits” are handmade bandanna in fun summer prints, here she has on one in pink with lemons. I did a tutorial on how to make your own a few years back. You can find it HERE, get started now on Christmas prints for your K9 family and friends!
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SHARED AT THESE LINK PARTIES

DOMESTICALLY SPEAKING

FLUSTER BUSTER

CHA’S CRAZY CREATIONS

GRANDMA’S HOUSE DIY

MY THRIFT STORE ADDICTION

OUR HOPEFUL HOME

ARTSY FARTSY MAMA

EMBRACING CHANGE

2 CHICKS AND A MOM

PIN JUNKIE

PAINTED HINGE

PIECED PASTIMES

LIFE & LINDA

LOVE MY LITTLE COTTAGE

10 Comments

  1. Michelle says:

    What a cute crocheted paw and poem! That bunny is adorable!!!

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    1. Dandelion B says:

      She is such a cutie…well on her way to being potty trained too…fingers crossed

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  2. I really enjoyed getting to know your pets! It was nice to see Ruby so relaxed. Very cute paw ornament.

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    1. Dandelion B says:

      Thanks for stopping by. it is a great joy to see Ruby so happy and comfortable finally! its hard knowing some rescues are re homed yet again because some people just dont understand that time and patience yields great results most times, and a little compassion is needed for these guys and gals who have had a rough start to life.

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  3. Cecilia says:

    I’ve never seen a rabbit like Cadbury–how precious! Thanks for sharing your sweet paw ornament at Vintage Charm!

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  4. That is so cute, the paw print. And the critters too. Love the bunny.

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    1. Dandelion B says:

      She is such a cutey. Handled from birth by the breeder so she loves being picked up and being out of her pen

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      1. I would spoil her rotten. always holding her. so sweet.

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  5. 15andmeowing says:

    Very cute pets- especially the kitties 🙂 Thanks for the pattern, I plan to make these as gifts.

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    1. Dandelion B says:

      Awee i bet the pet parents will love them

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