Get Along, Lil’ Beastie!

Yeeeeee haaaaaa!

It’s been a while, but at last… It’s New Beastie Day again! I’m so happy that I’m FINALLY able to share my pre-Christmas commissions with you all. And we’re going to kick off 2017 in style, with Cowgirl Beastie!
Cowgirl Beastie, by CrawCrafts BeastiesShe’s got everything she needs for a long day out on the ranch – first, a classic blue and white checked shirt…
Cowgirl Beastie's Checked Shirt - CrawCrafts Beasties… A toasty jacket…
Cowgirl Beastie's Jacket, by CrawCrafts Beasties… With real leather fringes on the front and back…
Beastie-Sized Leather Fringed Jacket, by CrawCrafts Beasties… And of course, a lariat tied with an authentic lasso knot!
Cowgirl Beastie's Lasso Rope - CrawCrafts BeastiesThis miniature cattle wrangler was requested for a real-life rancher, and she was already looking forward to helping her new friend out on her huge farm in Saskatchewan, Canada. She’s expecting to work hard, so I put her hair into a nice chunky braid to make sure it doesn’t get in her way!
Cowgirl Beastie's Hairdo - CrawCrafts BeastiesThen I added one last finishing touch…
Cowgirl Beastie's Hat, by CrawCrafts Beasties…A felt cowboy hat, complete with a star on the brim in tribute to sharp-shooting queen of the cowgirls Annie Oakley!
Cowgirl Beasties, Ready for Work! CrawCrafts BeastiesTa-daaaaah! Ready to go!

With a long journey to her new home ahead, I sent Cowgirl Beastie on her way good and early – and luckily, she arrived well in time for Christmas! Here she is – looks like she’s settling in nicely, don’t you think?
Cowgirl Beastie at Home - N Couture/CrawCrafts BeastiesThe new Beastie bonanza continues next week, so be sure to join us for the intriguing tale of a little woolly monster who got lost in space… See you then!

21 thoughts on “Get Along, Lil’ Beastie!

  1. I just adore my new Beastie friend. She hasn’t been out adventuring much yet, mostly because my own adventures are still a little curtailed, but soon, I promise. Love the star in tribute to Annie Oakley.

    1. Thanks Nicole! I suppose with deep snow and hungry cattle around, winter is a risky time for a Beastie to get out and about on the ranch anyway! Oh, and you have Tess to thank for the nod to Annie Oakley 😀 Hope all of you are keeping well, and that spring brings heaps of monster adventures your way!

    1. Hahaha! YES! I’m actually quite jealous of my Beasties’ thick and lustrous manes, to the extent that I was going to make myself a few “monster hair” inserts to jazz up my lacklustre locks at markets. But perhaps the Beastie Hat with hair might be a better solution. Hmmm… 🤔

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