The Wafflestomper

The Wafflestomper bird is often seen while hiking in the wilderness.  This bird is recognizable by its footprints and flannel checkered feathers…

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Happy Weird Bird Wednesday, friends!!!

Hmm, I think I’m hungry for some waffles now!  Lol!  🙂

52 responses to “The Wafflestomper

  1. Too funny! I love your bird!

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  2. Plaid and bandana feathers! I like that idea! (K)

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  3. Oh I loooooove This! How cute it would be hanging in a kitchen or breakfast nook. I adore your weird birds. ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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    • Thank you Jodi – it would look cute hanging in a kitchen! 😍 Thanks for the idea! And I could attach a recipe for waffles. ❤️ You could do something like that with your art too! Everyone loves your recipes! Maybe you could have one of your AMAZING photos on one side and the recipe on the other side like the recipe card I posted yesterday. Start sending them with your cards you sell on Etsy. And if people really like them, you could sell them separately. Just a thought I had. 😊

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  4. I love the furriness surrounding him! Great textures and imagination too. 🌻💜

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  5. I love this series!

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  6. Jill you really crack me up! 😄💕 I love the waffle feet, now I want waffles.

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  7. Does he come with strawberries and whipped cream? Wafflelicious bird

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  8. Glenmar Fullmer

    I love the waffle stomper bird!

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    • Thanks Deborah! 😃 You never know what will come out of my wacky imagination. 😉🐦💜

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      • I love your creativity and wacky cuteness! I wish I had a quarter of your talent!

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      • Oh, you are so sweet Deborah! 💕❤️ I know you have a TON of talent, my friend! I have seen your AMAZING photos! 🌟🌟

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      • Thank you Jill! You are too kind! I’ve wanted to paint, sketch, play piano, speak French fluently, and create crafty things since I was a wee little thing, but painting, sketching, sewing, French, Piano, and crafting are SO MUCH OVER MY LEVEL OF ABILITY. I struggle and carry on trying despite being told by a sewing teacher, and art teacher to give up and try something else. I’ll never be any better than mediocre at piano, and my French is elementary despite knowing a good bit of vocabulary, and grammar rules. Heads up. I’m a stubborn woman!

        The camera has opened up a canvas for me that all other genres of art have not. It’s the one creative thing I think I can actually make something good once in awhile, but I do struggle with composition, and the abstract. I’m literal which I think isn’t a great quality for someone wishing to be an artist or creator of art or music. I’ve always said I’m in hell now because of this.

        I missed so many great lines in Heaven when choosing to come to Earth because I was determined to live in time of indoor plumbing, and curling irons! Okay, yes I lost a lot of time just chatting with other angels in the lines. Yeah, I’m a chatter duck. Whattyagonnado? 🙂

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  9. Loving this one!! The footprints are just the best. So inspired and creative!! Hehe…a very happy Weird Bird Wednesday!! 😃😃💕🎨

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  10. Of course its Wednesday time for a weird bird! Awesome. Wonderfully imaginative!

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  11. Jill I love your Wednesday bird series! I’m really enjoying it 💕😍 Thanks for sharing with us 😊

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  12. It’s great, and it made me really laugh 🙂

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  13. I love that Wafflestomper! It’s got a lot of personality. 🙂

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  14. He is so cute!! You just have to do a book!!! Wafflestomper that would be a great restaurant name and the perfect logo!!

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  15. Looooooove <3!!! Which wilderness do these beauties live in? It would be quite lovely to hike and come upon a little wooden shack and eat waffles made by a family of wafflestompers :-)!

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  16. Oh yes! Fresh mountain blueberries and maple syrup would top the waffles perfectly! 🙂

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