Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Grown Up Games.

Growing up in Oklahoma inevitably included many politically-incorrect games of cowboys and Indians. I always preferred to be the Indian, thank you! I'm sure this had something to do with my love for feathers...and my fear of guns. Anyhooo...these adorable handmade teepees by Gracie Bean Baby *really* need to come in grown-up sizes! Anyone up for a game of clever Indian girl helps lost, hungry cowboy who can't seem to find his way out of the woods??

7 comments:

Hammy said...

I'm so tempted to make one of these now. If only it wasn't so cold :/

Brigid said...

Wow, those are *gorgeous*!

home before dark said...

I grew up in Oklahoma, too. We used to make tents on our mother's clotheslines for slumber parties. They got very elaborate with all kinds of partitions and doorways. No design, however, gave us enough courage to sleep outside all night long!

Girl in the loft said...

lovely!

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Marta Represa said...

Ha so cute! I grew up in Spain and also prefered to be the indian one!

ambika said...

Such a ridiculously fun use for cool fabric.

{Tara} said...

Hammy -- ...and if only I could sew, Ha!

Brigid -- I know! Aren't they just so clever and cute?

Home before Dark -- Same here...we would always say we were going to sleep outside and chicken out at the last minute!

Girl in the Loft -- Thanks SO much for stopping by.

Marta Repressa -- Ha, so it's not just a game we play in the U.S.?? So funny.

Ambika -- I know, just genius.