Who else can’t get enough pandas? I was at Kinokuniya the other day and just couldn’t resist these cute folders!
I snapped them up to add to the prizes for the Mochimochi Photo Contest. So if you enter, you could soon be organizing your papers with the help of these pandas. Deadline is next Monday, November 15th!
Thank you for all the great captions for the Tiny Kangaroo! We got many different takes on Tiny Kangaroo’s relationship with her even tinier joey. And the winner is…
Kate: My joey doesn’t get out much…he’s a pouch potato!
That means Kate gets a free PDF pattern from the Mochimochi Shop. Nice job, Kate!
Thank you all for the Tiny Chef captions! It seems that many of us feel like a tiny chef sometimes.
And our winner is…
Who asked for eggs sunny side up with a side of pancakes? I may be short, but I am not a short-order cook!
by kelly-ann! That means kelly-ann gets a free PDF pattern from the Mochimochi Shop. Congrats!
And next time I’m working hard to cook up a dinner that seems like more trouble than it’s worth, I’ll try to remember that at least I’m not a tiny chef in a big kitchen.
How cute is this Rilakkuma glasses holder that John got me in Japan?!
I have good news for you nerd-Rilakkuma-loving knitters: I have another one of these guys who will go to the first-place winner of the Mochimochi Photo Contest!
Thanks for the great captions for Tiny Acorn! It was hard to choose a favorite, but John and I settled on Wendy’s:
Tiny acorn dreams of putting down roots in Paris, where his love of berets and Jerry Lewis will be appreciated.
That means Wendy gets a free PDF pattern from the Mochimochi Shop. Congrats!
Honorable mentions must go to several others:
Why yes, I am partial to berets.
He doesn’t want to follow in his father’s footsteps, but he knows he didn’t fall far from the tree.
Being an acorn isn’t all it’s cracked up to be – Unless of course, you’re having a nutty day.
People may think he’s a little nutty now, but one day we’ll all be looking up to him.
Sometimes I worry that I’m going to seed
He just fell hard for that little hazelnut next door, but she’s just not ready to put down roots yet.
They call me a nut. They all put me down. But what they don’t know is, my cap is a crown.