A squeeee(l) would be appropriate here in more ways than one! :)Mum
So cute!! I love them!
OhMyGosh!!! Too cute! Time for a sounder of swine. ;]
Okay....are they supposed to be tiny...very tiny? My computer will only save them as a jpeg format and wont let me select anything larger than a 4x6. waaah!
cute, very good
I find these little piggies are hysterical.
Wow funny..really I like it my friend great day 4U,from INDONESIA with big smile.
Allison, when I open up the jpg template, it looks like the file is about 8x12" at 300 dpi (high res print resolution.) Not sure how to advise you!
The piggies are pretty small. Here's one a reader shared! Vaibhav left this comment on another post:Hey.. i made my own piggy.. say hello..http://imageshack.us/a/img717/1935/piggye.jpg
Those pigs are so cute! Mkphipps.blogspot.com
oh, it is a nice craft to celebrate Pig year in Chinese zodiac.
It would have been nice to also mention the "message" behind the craft, as explained in the desinger's website "We are the PIIGS, we want our dignity, we are not responsibles of this crisis and we want to change The European Union. Download for free." Just saying.
They are super cute - but a total pain to put together. Apparently they are PIIGS - a brilliant political commentary on the European Union countries of Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, and Spain.But the ears, snout, and legs are all separate teeny pieces of paper, and they have no directions...Okay, trying not to let my frustration putting these together detract from their cuteness, which is almost worth the effort it takes to put them together.
eeeeeee ^_^ PIGGY!
Done in green paper, they will thrill my Angry Birds-loving grandson. What a heartfelt socio-economic commentary the little piigs make. There are more lessons there than just making a mini-pig. Bravo!
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