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Peanut Butter the Jelly

My husband and I went to the Women's Festival of Crafts in Burlington this weekend. It was an amazing collection of artists. I had a budget to spend on myself, and despite there being TONS of things I wanted, there was just one craft I absolutely had to have. Meet Peanut Butter the Jelly:

This crocheted jelly fish is nearly 3 feet long with all of it's lovely twisty tentacle thingies...and is made of lovely wine-colored yarn. Peanut Butter the Jelly was made by the very kind and very talented Erinn Simon of Burlington. You can visit her website or Etsy shop for a ridiculous collection of adorable creatures. (Picture above courtesy of

PB the J is now living above my desk in my art studio where he will no doubt attempt to ensnare my husband's puppet collection in his twisty tentacle thingies. He will also bring great joy to me as I create little creatures. I'm so happy.

I hope everyone had a lovely Thanksgiving! I'm going to hunker down now to finish up some amazing little secret projects I'm working on. The veil of mystery will be lifted soon!


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