Winter Candy Cane Yarn Tags

I put up three pieces on December 5th, some poles became red & white candy canes for my mom to look at.
One is on the bird feeder pole and one is on the mailbox post. And then, just for fun, I put a little
piece on my son’s trailer to see how long it takes him to notice. 8-)
candy canes december 5th 2014

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A couple of little tags

Had lunch at a nice little park with a couple of friends and left a tag in a tree there.

Went for a short walk this afternoon and tagged a tree with a little caterpillar.critter


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Spring flower yarn storm

Almost forgot I was going to show you pics of the spring yarn storm in Marshfield awhile ago. Bodacious Bombers again. I tagged their little project too when I saw it.
I like this spring outfit even better than the Xmas one.




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Zig zag post

Tired of Winter and staying inside because it’s cold. I put up a new yarn bomb on a post near the school this afternoon.

zig zag post

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Library Yarn Bombed During Snowstorm

striped bench-libraryThe library in Marshfield was yarn-bombed during a snow storm today by anonymous yarn bombers. ;-)

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Candy Cane Post

mailbox postI transformed this old rusty laundry line post into a bright candy cane for my Mom to enjoy.  That’s the bird feeder hanging at the end of it; so the birds get to enjoy the bright colors also. LOL Also did the mail box for her.


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Predicted Yarn Storm hits Marshfield

DSCF0399Late in the afternoon of Tuesday, November 19th a yarn storm hit Marshfield, WI.  Target was the Marshfield area chamber of commerce building.  The large metal turtle sculpture was turned into a santa complete with beard and packages on his back.  Lights were also added and red and white spirals were placed on the surrounding cattails as well.DSCF0401

Several people stopped or drove by and voiced their support or let the yarn bombers know they thought it was cool. 

The Bodacious Bombers organized the yarn storm and were assisted by yours truly, the anonymous K2G.


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