Monday, July 11, 2011

Flock Giveaway

...of Lilliputian proportions!

This wee woolie is only an inch and a half tall.
I'm thrilled to introduce you to the sweet crafts of our friend Erika Alvarado of Cold Porcelain fame.  Erika has taken a shine to the farm, and us to her, over the past couple of years.  She's a beginning spinner and loves all woolie things, and is also a sculptor who makes darling stuff out of a wonderful home-made baked sculpting material.  I asked her to turn her "cold porcelain" mad skillz in the direction of our flock, and see what she could come up with.  Take a look at what she made...

An easy care flock that will brighten your day...
I want to share this very sweet herd with you and here's all you have to do: "like" our Facebook page, and then, refer your friends.  Have your friends comment on the blog or FB to say who sent them, so you'll get credit.  The new friends can also refer others.  It's a Farm Fest Wooliepalooza.  The top six folks who send new fans to our page ("Like" the farm) will win either a sheep (the black one is MINE) or one of the two awesome alpacas for your own tiny herd.  I'll tally the scores on Wednesday night at 10 PM, and announce the winners Thursday.

The little 'pacas are about three and a half inches tall.
So now, even if you live in the city, you can have your own "starter flock" - one that doesn't ever need shearing, toenail trimming, or medicine!  Score!  Thank you, Erika!

8 comments:

  1. Oh. My. Gosh. SOOO CUTE!!!!!

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  2. Traci Denny1:54 PM

    Oh my! These are just too cute for words! Thanks to my sis Jennifer Jurek for sending me a link!!!

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  3. Anonymous2:03 PM

    Thanks to Jennifer Jurek for me viewing the cute flock....(MIL)

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  4. OMG - that is the cutest thing ever!

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  5. Those are so precious!

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  6. Aww, these are FAB!!! Sorry I don't have time this late to do the liking stuff -- back to work in the morning. :(

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  7. They are beautiful Cindy! But I don't think they'd travel to the UK very well! Last Sunday DH and I, went to visit a local Alpaca Farm, so lovely!By the way, I should have let you know beore, but we have a new member in our craft group! I will try nd send you some pics soon, we are meeting on the 30th. Best wishes to you and the Red Barnies.

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