Lil' Bow Peep...


I crack myself up...really. Ha!

Lil' bow peep...

Get it?

Sign. Bow. Peep?

Sorry, I just could not help myself.

Anywhos... this sign is for a friend and she has not recieved it yet.

So for now you just get a peep.




Working with wood is fun but gets boring after a bit.

I want to start adding some pazaaz~

A bow here...
some bling there...

Oh I've got ideas..

;)

Can't wait to show you more.

xoxox Susie~

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for the smile!! Cannot wait to see what you have been up too. (bling is good)
    Have a wonderful day!!

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  2. Pretty Susie!
    But sneaky too..lol
    Cant wait to see the whole reveal!
    Happy day!

    Deborah xoxo

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  3. Haha--love jokes like that! ;)

    Can't wait to see the rest of this one!

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  4. I'm always making jokes like that. I LOVE IT!!!! Can't wait to see it all.

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  5. I got it and had me a good laugh too!
    Lift that bow away.... ;)

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  6. I love your humor! Makes total sense to me, and made me chuckle (which is such a great thing in life!!) Thanks!

    Rebecca@RootsAndWingsCo

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  7. I can't wait to see! I loved it when you had your shop....you are so creative. Cindy Riley

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  8. so funny! visit me for a giveaway!

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  9. love it.. peep. HA!
    can't wait to see it Susie. you do such wonderful work.

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  10. love the bow. can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve. it'll be great, i'm sure.

    Ruth

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