And here's number five, our final Huddleston. Her name is Tillie, and she's the smallest in the set.
She wearing a little breakfast on her nose, but when you're this dang cute, anything looks good on you.
You wear it well, Tillie.
In the photo below, that's big brother Beau with a protective arm over sister Tillie. They have similar features, but once you see their coats, you'll see they are actually quite different. Equally adorable, but quite different.
So what do you think? Are they cute or are they cute???
One last thing before we go this morning -- to our local friends, if you're free on Saturday, please swing on by the University of Puget Sound campus for their annual Flea Market and Fieldhouse of Awesome Stuff. It's part vintage market, part craft sale, and always a great show. I'll be there with my crafts, and I'll be debuting some new kitty art pieces, too.
I've been printing some of my favorite kitten photos on cotton paper and mounting them on birch panels. The surface is coated with several layers of gel medium, each layer is sanded, which makes a linen-like surface. Even though they're photographs, they almost have the quality of a painting. They measure six by six inches and are about and inch thick.
It's always fun to create something new and send it out into the world. I am curious to see what the response is at the show.
It's always so nice meeting you in reality, so I hope some of you can stop by! For show details, click HERE. I'll be in booth #40 on the main floor.
Have a great weekend! We'll see you on Monday. I'll be sharing the names of the rest of the crew then.