Here’s a short sweet little post about a few talon charms I made the last week. All are chickens sourced from my favorite farm in Schoharie New York.
This Foot is clutching a wooden Saint charm gifted to me by a friend whom I know through Bailey, one half of the Farmer’s Husband. (Side note- I was mentally composing a list in my head today of all the people I have to thank for my blazed taxidermy trail and it’s astounding how each one is connected how we are all connected but that’s a post for another day). I’m not sure what saint is represented here but I think it looks so much like Dora the Explorer that I just named it after her:
Accentuated with soft ducking hide:
Another gift from this friend was a horse shoe charm bracelet. Hence:
FYI: For anyone who doesn’t already know this, horseshoes should always be kept in the is direction so your luck won’t run out.
Remember Miss. Hannigan from Annie? I imagine her wearing this:
Sorry that picture is so terrible; clearly I do not poses my husband’s camera skills. Here’s a better one:
Something I’ve been wanting to make use of is this mini watering can:
As usual, if any of these strike your fancy don’t hesitate to contact me.
And that’s been post.