Monday, June 8, 2015

A Yellow Fellow


People think I'm a cheerful fellow
just because I'm head to toe yellow;
but it is true and I must tell
that I have a temper and am moody as hell!


Featured: a grumpy felt fellow made from a drawing by my niece

88 comments:

  1. What a cute fellow! Doesn't look moody to me at all :)

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    1. Looks can be deceiving Maya, he made an awful fuss this morning :-)

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  2. So pretty !! And what a great idea to make something felted inspired by a drawing ... I love it !

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  3. I love that you made this from your niece's drawing! I have done this in the past for kids as well ... always a thrill for them to see their drawings come to life! Will you post a photo of the original drawing? I'd love to see that ;)
    Wendy

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    1. Yes, a good idea, I should put them both up.

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  4. What a cute little yellow fellow...Lol!

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  5. A yellow fellow couldn't be grumpy.

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  6. Made me smile, amazing that you made this from a child's drawing.

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  7. He looks very happy and not atall moody! Great hair too! X

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    1. And there he was complaining that it was a bad hair day :-)

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  8. You don't look moody at all! You hide it very well with that BOG smile. ;)

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  9. Aww, surely not a grumpy fellow!

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  10. Aww your yellow fellow is so cute even though he has a temper and is moody! Have a nice week Amalia.

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  11. He looks more like a mellow yellow fellow to me Amalia! Cute!

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    1. Mellow yellow. I'll be humming that for the rest of the day :-)

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  12. Even he's moody - I'm sure he's fun!!!
    Have a happy time
    Elisabeth

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  13. Surely he's not too moody with that great grin and wild hair?! You're a wonderful Aunty to recreate that drawing!
    Wren x

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  14. Your niece must love that you have bought her drawing to life! So cute! ♥

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    1. Well, she put it in her room, so that's a result :-)

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  15. So great! I must try this with my kiddos' drawings! Fabulous! xx

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  16. How clever to re create your niece's drawing in this way, what a lovely idea! He looks cheery (at the moment anyway!)
    Helen xox

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  17. Yes, I love it! How inspiring has been your niece's drawing! What's its name?

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    1. You know, I haven't thought of that! We'll have an emergency family meeting.

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  18. SO cute...and I love the poem! I know a few little ones who might fit that description as well! ;-)

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  19. Dear me! We have to cheer this fella up. LOL :-) Very fun and cute.
    I like him, even if he is moody as hell.
    Have a great night and thank you for making me smile.
    Carla

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  20. What fun to make a drawing "come to life!" I could see that Yellow Fellow in a baby's hands, but the hair would get pulled out or sucked off. Cute!

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    1. Oh yes, demolished in a matter of minutes :-)

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  21. What a fun fellow, I like a moody fellow

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    1. Yes, it does add a certain something to a man :-)

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  22. This is a work of art, must be made by someone smart :-)!
    Love from Mirjam.

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  23. How very creative of you to take a drawing and bring it to life! He doesn't look a bit moody to me... lol!

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  24. Creating your nieces drawing is a brilliant idea, I have to say though he doesn't look in the least bit grumpy!
    V x

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  25. So cool that you are bringing a drawing to "life" ! So cute!

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  26. How cute is this grumpy guy? I love that you made it from a childs drawing.

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  27. cute, I bet she was excited to see her drawing come to life

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    1. She is way too cool to be excited at this point, but she did immediately take it for herself :-)

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  28. Cute poem and a cute yellow fellow.. Have a happy day!

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  29. Dear Amalia ... so, so cute. It sure doesn't look grumpy to me. I love that cheerful smile. Have a blessed day. ♥ Teri

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  30. Hi Amalia, Oh how cute is this. He looks cheerful though with his big smile!!
    Have a great day. xo

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  31. Grumpy would not be what I see, but I suppose I wouldn't know !

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  32. So cute! This would definitely bring sunshine into one's day!!
    Mary Alice

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  33. That is adorable, Amalia! You should write a children's book to go with it. :)

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  34. LOL Too funny! He's adorable :)

    xo,
    rue

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  35. What a wonderful guy, even if he is a bit grumpy! I so love it that your niece drew him and you sewed him!

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  36. That is adorable. I bet your niece is very happy to have such a crafty aunt. :)

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  37. Haha - he is wonderful! and funny too :) Have a great weekend.

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  38. The first time i saw the pics im like "awwwwwwwww". Then i should really follow your blog! :)

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  39. So cute! I love your creativity.

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  40. What a SUPER IDEA to create the "fellow" your neice drew! TOO CUTE!!! (I'll bet she loves him too!) ;)

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  41. Oh! It is so cute♡
    It makes people a smile!

    akiko

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  42. Absolutely adorable and except for the part about being yellow, kinda sounds like me!! Love it ;)

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  43. What a great way to immotalize a drawing! She must have thought you AMAZING.

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  44. Incredibly sweet and brought a big smile to my face!!
    Thanks so much for dropping by!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  45. Great poem and he's a rather splendid chap - I bet your niece is thrilled. Have a great weekend. xx

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  46. Great poem and he's a rather splendid chap - I bet your niece is thrilled. Have a great weekend. xx

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  47. Love the yellow fellow ... and I think yellow is a cheeful colour !

    Have a lovely weekend

    All the best Jan

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  48. Gosh I can't spell that should be cheerful colour ....

    Jan

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  49. Love the color :) New on my French blog: "How to straighten your hair and eat Strawberries Tagada at the same time"

    www.taimemode-fashionblog.com

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    1. Sounds intriguing and rather challenging. On my way.

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  50. How lovely that he's from your niece's drawing, and he does look very happy and cheerful, he is obviously a yellow fellow with 2 sides to him!

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  51. Oh you are clever Amalia, he is brilliant. x

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  52. What a good idea to make a doll from a child's drawing. This fellow has lots of personality. I love the little poetic stories that accompany your creations.
    Pinned and shared on google+

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  53. For some reason I can't get commenting on your most recent post about the market. It sounds like a great way to start the day.

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