Some of you may already know about the Wombat Friday sensation that is sweeping the circle of Pre-Raphaelite bloggers of whom I'm fond. It started when Stephanie Pina of the Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood posted a photo of her wombat plushie on a Friday, and since then, numerous other dear friends who are respectable Pre-Raphaelite enthusiasts and scholars have bought wombat plushies and celebrated the end of the work week by photographing them in Pre-Raphaelite inspired ways.
If you wonder, why wombats? this wonderful blog by Kirsty Walker is a good primer.
All this to lead up to my first Wombat Friday entry:
I Cannot Paint You, But I Love You.
Your stuffed wombat is so adorable, and he (or she?) is posed perfectly. Lovely picture, too.
Your stuffed wombat is adorable, and he (or she? awkward) is perfectly posed, too. Lovely picture.
Here's one that popped up on my facebook feed - http://glendonmellow.blogspot.ca/2013/04/dont-make-wombats-explode.html
Grace, I SO LOVE IT that we have the same wombat!
Thanks Pound Foolish! His name is Morris ;)
Pat, that's adorable!
Stephanie, ME TOO
Adorkable! I need me a wombat to get in on this fun. Normally I use an orange octopus toy for amusing photos, but I don't see it being possible to disguise him as a wombat.
Now, where did you get the pewter-y looking statue? She's gorgeous!
Victorian Librarian, the statue used to be sold by Past Times catalog. It's VERY rare to see them come up on ebay..thankfully a friend from England was willing to help me bid and ship it to me! :)
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