Thursday, July 21, 2011

Little Miss Attitude

Here's Little Miss Attitude. When I mentioned her name to Gary he said, "Yeah, that's you". Whatever could he mean?

Little Miss Attitude leaning back in consternation
(if it doesn't lean it wasn't made by me
this one really leans, ha, but does stand firmly)

Little Miss Attitude blows her top

Little Miss Attitude splits a seam between her buttons
(vinegar slip needed here next time)
(please see Whitney Smith's post about perfection)

Little Miss Attitude Takes Her Leave

Perhaps some of the her attitudes might be true of me. Of course I'm not admitting to any of them. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.
© Linda Starr


  1. Love the "arms and hands!" They are self-explanatory and speak volumes. Read the commentary on the link you provided and think it's great advice in any area of endeavor. Good to get rid of those feelings very early in one's career.

  2. Hi Kate, thanks, I've been keeping up on that post, there are definitely some points there I need to keep in mind, as in my carts that I almost tossed. Ha.

  3. That's pretty cool Linda. I've been thinking of decorating our "attitude" vases
    After seeing this I think I'll give it a try.


  4. I saw her as an angel with an attitude. She appears to have a halo. Love your commentary and a little 'tude can be most beneficial. :)

  5. Hi Scott, thanks, the handles can really make a difference, can't they and then a few buttons and a hat.

    Hi Meredith, thanks, yeah, lets get sassy, there's much in the world to be sassy about, might as well do it with humor.

    Hi Teresa, thanks, an angel, it's all in they eyes of the beholder, but you've given me an idea about making another and glazing it differently, thanks.

  6. Hi Tracey, thanks, I do have quite an attitude, ha, if you only knew.

  7. Her attitude is awesome. The lean is perfect.

  8. Hi Lori, thanks, Gary agrees with you, he just read my post and he said the lean really makes the piece. At first I wasn't even going to show the lean because I was embarrassed she leans so much, but amazingly she isn't tippy at all.

  9. She is adorable and the lean is perfect. Such a saucy little one she is.

  10. Hi Patti, thanks, if one gets to this ripe old age and can't be saucy then what is there anyway.

  11. Very sassy and spicy! :) And original, too!

  12. Hi Marguerite, thanks so much.


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