The extremely occasional blog of Colleen Lindsay, professional nerd, cat herder, publishing optimist, and sartorial tragedy.
Wednesday Addams had one of those.
That is too funny. I bet you that would be a huge hit on Etsy.
Oh! Someone knit me one! I'll purchase with actual money!I want a hand knitted Anne Boleyn doll the way Veruca Salt wants everything! I want one so much, I've sprayed exclamation points all over your blog!That's just awesome.(I never knew I had this affinity for beheaded hand crafts, but this one pleases me. Think of the church bizarres...)!!!
*laugh* that looks disturbingly tempting. I'm going to have to go through my craft supplies and see what I have on hand."Off with her head!" *throws it across the room*
*GASP*I'm gonna knit one, then dress her up like Marie Antoinette! Madame DeFarge, indeed.
yeah it's funny but not really. I was at the London Dungeon a few years ago and they had an exhibition about beheadings. A lot of people found it funny and I guess it was funny but still... I learned that Robbespierre was known for having the most beheadings in modern French history but only stayed in power for a year before being overthrown by the French.
Reminds me of the Bastille day (headless) gingerbread man cookies I used to make....
Sbarret,I made Christmas cookies with all the reindeer names on them one year, and made sure to call one "Donder." Then I bit the head and leg off one more, covered it with icing blood, and named him Donner.That was that last year anyone let me decorate the cookies.
s.e -sick...seriously sick...got a recipe you can share? *scribbles calendar reminder for bloody xmas cookies*
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