On this blog I want to share my Artful side.
I like that you included your bird count too!He's a cute little guy. I'm always amazed by the strength of the smell they emit :'/HAW!!
It may stink buti have to say the first time I ever smelt one was on a visit to Boston in 2006. It was road kill and we smelt it from miles way. This may seem strange but it was so wonderfu to smell a new smell at the age of 36!
Oh boy, that could have been dangerous. Messyfish is right, you can smell road kill of a skunk for miles in either direction.You did a wonderful job on this guy! So....is this a birdskunk? lolHAW
This is adorable. They are the cutest looking foul smelling of all critters.. LOL We saw three baby skunks in our back yard the other night. Annie Growled and they split. They are not yet familiar with that horrid spraying.. I guess..My Frends dog got sprayed in her own yard last week. PU.
ooh woo you are brave. HAW to you and the brave little skunk
Cute painting of your skunk. Glad you did not get "skunked"! HAW.
I love it! I walked past one the other day. He didn't seem to take any notice of me, and I was relieved!
what a cute painting! skunks are so cute!
The little skunk looks like he was on high alert. I like the way his fur is sticking up as well as his tail.
they are so pretty yet so awful. love this one.
Wonderful. If skunks can be cute then you have captured that quality. I guess they make good pets....
How cute! I love the way you made his hair look all fluffy.
This is so so cute, how can I forget to comment here.Wish that you have the time to try making a stuffed animal like this Lisa!
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