Wednesday, 23 January 2008

army of me

I've been making my own army again. here are the rabbits, which are a new design. the cat's new too. my brother was viewing pictures of them and remarked "I don't see how they are an army." Yet its so obvious us to me.
Though it's quite possible I am just going a little nutty.

I had a special order and three are already gone. this breaks up my trio of rabbits, who I thought of as the generals.


I have put them all in the shop but we do have a craftwerk coming up, so some of them will be there. The next craftwerk is part of the greater cross street carnival. so keep your calendars clear for .../

The Cross Street Carnival
On February 16th, 2-7 pm
on cross street (behind kroad and upper queen st in Auckland's city centre)

CRAFTWERK will be there oh yeah and.....some of the most energetic bands, the craziest performers, and the tastiest of local treats, to help celebrate a thing called community.

North Shore Pony Club, Vietnam War, The Stomps, The Midnights, The Shades and Benka Bordovski Bordello Band.
Japanese Star Dancers, Craftwerk, Food Stalls, Specialty Stalls, Pantomime, Ribbon Trapezing, Roasted Corn Shack, Mime Competitions, Dunking Machine, Face Painting, Korean Drumming, Martial Arts Display, Jugglers, Unicyclists, Baloon Artists, Clowns, Magic, Puppet Shows, Improv Bandits and much much more hoopla.

but let not forget this is really about CRAFTWERK

rain date of the 23rd. You can get more information about the festival as time goes on at www.crossstreetcarnival.com .

okay that's all for now,
Kimberlee


11 comments:

Blooming said...

Oh, those rabbits are gorgeous. I'll have to keep an eye on the shop for an Easter bunny!

I have a bag made out the Echino fabric, in the rust/terracotta, bird on a ball. It washes up so well, just throw it in the machine, barely needs ironing.

I'm a kiwi in Japan. My family all live in Auckland.

Isn't blogging wonderful? Thanks for checking out mine.

pinkflowerbuttons said...

Thanks for checking out my blog. Your army are very well made.

Victoria said...

Great fabric choices Kimberlee. Especially the ones with fruits on them, look like from old tablecloths? My favorite!

Melissa said...

these bunnies are freaking gorgeous. i love the army of you. (and bjork reference, of course.)seems perfectly obvious to me, too.
xxx

allthingsreally said...

Ah gee they all look great together... do they REALLY have to be split? Ha...
Debra :-)

Anonymous said...

they are soooo cute!!! Kate www.fossage.typepad.com

Anonymous said...

Ever thought of coming to the Martinborough Fair in the Wairarapa, you would do really well. Jannelle, aka Heart Felt www.teatodtoad.typepad.com

Louise said...

Oh I love those rabbits! Pity I am in Wgtn. Would love to come along to craftwerk!

I think you’re a great kiwi blogger and I have tagged you for the 7 random things meme. Please see my post at http://twentycentmixture.blogspot.com/2008/01/ive-been-tagged.html for details. Sorry if you’ve been tagged before, and I won’t be offended if you don’t participate!! Cheers, Louise

My Happy Turtle said...

Love the army! Not to mention the bjork reference. :)

Kirsten said...

Hey Kimberlee
Quite in love with those rabbits - will you have them at the carnival? Think we need one in Milla beene's toy collection!!

Kirsten said...

Hey Kimberlee
Quite in love with those rabbits - will you have them at the carnival? Think we need one in Milla beene's toy collection!!