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September 07, 2010

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Sarah west mids uk

Dear Lucy those models are ace!!! I like J's
specs more wibbly than mine and the skateboarding fan!! I had one of those here a few years back.
I plan to make some of these with the reception class I will be teaching on a Tuesday morning. Will let you know how we get on. It will be a big project I think.
Now for a bit of showing off. I sent the crochet blanket I made to my niece for her baby boy and she sent me an email
with pics attached of him cuddled up in it. So I would like to send you a big hug from me for all your wonderful
tutorials and for inspiring me to have a go!! THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Love Sarah xxxxxx

Joss

WOW! What a lovely, lovely project to do together and the end result is fab. You will treasure these forever. Thnk you so much for letting us share in your fun.

Maria

LOVE THEM. Marvellous as everything you do.

marykayknits

Your TRP people are too cute for words. The hair...and the faces are over the top. Will save the rolls for the grandkids and maybe we'll be brave enough to try it.

Kate Bruning

Just wonderful Lucy - I had a smile on my face the whole way through this post. They are just gorgeous and I am blown away by J.'s face. Love the hair too!

Mary Grace McNamara

I thoroughly enjoyed that post and reading all about each of you! What darling little toilet roll people you are!

MGM

Kathleen

Cute! Cute! Cute! Thanks for a wonderful blog. I very much enjoy reading it.

Louise

L O V E ♥ them! They are adorable!!!! Well done you and the Little Peeps. ☺

Terrie

Aww they are just sooooo lovely =]

Christine Warren

Your TR family is aDorAblE!
Well done! ; )


Jenny

OMG so cute!!!! love it!

Jacquie

So sweet!!!!!
Love the props chosen by little man too,they really add to the cuteness.
Jacquie x

Helen Tzabar

I absolutely love your tr family. You are a very talented bunch! Have you thought of extended family or friends for Christmas?

Katy

these are too cute and a brilliant use for the humble loo roll! What a fab family you make :)

Rosana

Ooooh, lovely lovely indeed, and such a good cheapest idea too!!!
Your blog makes me happy!!
Kisses from Spain!

teawagontales

Oh Lucy how much did I smile when I saw this post, you did the T.R.P proud I love the, attention to detail especially the clothes,you are brilliant! and thankyou for your kind words x x x x x x x x x x x

Katie

Oh my oh my oh my!! I cannot BELIEVE how adorable these little guys are! Makes me wish I had little kids to help make awesome little projects.

Mrs Bun

What a cute and fabulous family Lucy. We made some of our own after visiting Teawagon, but they turned out a bit too disturbing. Little Bun designed herself around Amy Pond and Mr Bun did a Keith Lemon look. As for Eldest B and me, we were just plain scary.

I wonder what creative thing will grab your fancy next?

X

Shell

They are fab :o)

Sandi Lee

You are such a natural crafty lady, these are so cute, I love them. Oh I do love your wall and fire place too, it suits your craftiness...does that make sense??
Hugs Sandi xx

Barbara Moore

How super wonderful your TRP family is!! You all did great on your self portraits. tee hee Made my heart skippy also. Thank you for sharing your life with us.

Hugs XX
Barbara

Kris

Lucy, when my kids were little we saved all of our tp rolls to give to the school for crafting. They did something similar, many years ago...but only with crayons. I adore this idea! I cannot wait to do this with my grandkids. They will love it. I have so many remnants and odds and ends to use. Oh, I can't wait. Think I may have to go potty just to use up some tp!!!
: ) Kris

Anne@andamento

Nice to finally see what J looks like.

April H~Springrose

At first I thought you were a little off the deep end. But seeing your little family now makes me want one. I think I better run and grab the used up TR so I can start my collection for my family of 7. Now I can't wait to come up with outfits and hair!!!!!

Mojca

So pretty. I love your blog!

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