I’ve made sure of that.
It’s quite simple – just the Deathly Hallows symbol on a white shirt.
We tried being all hipster and clothes-catalog.
It didn’t really go with the shirt.
This did, however.
This gives me so many ideas, like Hogwarts robes, more wands, more students, Mr Ollivander, miniature Harry Potter books…..
Bunny ears were donned,
bells were put on reluctant stallions (hence the blurriness of the picture),
all ready for an Easter egg hunt shoot when it was….
Oh well, we’ll just have to pose in front of this instead.
*whispers* “At least you don’t have to wear the ears this year!”
Nu-uh. It’s tradition.
Happy Easter guys! Enjoy your chocolate!
I’m sure many of you know what this is just from the title.
For those not in the know, however, this is Captain America’s shield, which I have crocheted in miniature and made into a badge.
It’s not going to be used as an actual shield, what with it being made out of wool rather than vibranium.
It is still cool though.
It’s also too big for Sarah’s tote bag.
Hmmm, that’s got me thinking now.
Miniature Cap ‘Merica shield badges? I think yes.
I finally found a use for the other sock!
It’s a little baggy if it’s not over another item of clothing, but I don’t really mind.
I doubt she does, either.
I also plaited her hair, as the nearly constant put-on-take-off routine messed up her ponytail.
Now all she needs is a nice cold afternoon to snuggle in front of a fire with some hot chocolate…
Peggy also got her halter recently.
It’s a little difficult to get the structure right over so much forelock.
This is the best picture I could get of the underside.
Though, it does frame her head quite well.
She’s on the shelf next to Brook, them being pony buddies and all. They’re so adorable together, I love how Brook’s that little bit shorter.