They are adorable...love the Roaring Twenties flapper girl.
Simply adorable................love the pirate!
Oh my gosh! Too funny! Is there a story as to what prompted you to make these and how they came about? Either individually or as a group? - The peg leg is awesome! They all are!
NQ: These are just a random group of about twenty others from that time. As I remember, the pirate mouse came about because my son was in a pirate phase, and the flapper was a tribute to my Great Aunt Margaret. Now I put them all on my tree at Christmas.
They're really fun! I never considered your xmas tree! I'd love to see a picture of it someday! (you know... like at Christmas! :D )
I think it really shows how much you have improved, even though they are adorable.HugsKay
This is one of the most imaginative scenes yet. I LOVE the clothes every one every one of them. FANTASTIC!!!
The Clothes are really FantastiC! Love them!HugsKikka
I love the flapper! She is so sweet! Are your little mice ever for sale? I just adore them....
Still they are just as lovely:)
But adorable and lovable nonetheless!
Oh my word, those are too cute! I doubt my ancestors were ever that adorable.Ali x
I like your work so much !!L
I love the flapper dress! Too cute! :-) Jennifer
Son tan bonitos!
Do you enjoy the white mice more than than the gray mice? or vice versa? I love the way you give scale to the scenery with things like keys on the wall...............it really makes your characters pop out of the scene. (of course this one is great with the clothing giving so much personality too!)
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