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Monday, November 21, 2011

ABC Wednesday: S for socks and square


My beautiful and talented Olivia on the Gold Coast of Australia turns old socks into cute stuffed toys.

According to her mum, Helen: Olivia has started a new hobby business making sock toys. She uses odd socks that lost the other one. Her friends like the dolls and asked her to make them some. She is selling them for $2.00. So far she had sold 4 and there are more orders.
Thomas saw an opportunity and sold his to Daddy for $4.00. Phil complained that his was not very detailed and Thomas told him that his was different from Olivia's shop. Scammed again!!
I hope Olivia can continue to sell at school.

Way to go, Olivia. Olivia is only 9.

St Marco Square



My Cousin Bart Ngieng is the Travel Manager with Wah Tung Travel Service Sdn Bhd. in Kuching, Sarawak Malaysia. www.wahtung.travel

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15 comments:

Mama Zen said...

Way to go, Olivia!

Linda G. said...

The sock toys are very nice! Olivia is a young entrepreneur!

Carver said...

What a great idea. Olivia is splendid. I also like the shot of the Square.

Roger Owen Green said...

very clever and industrious!

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Meryl said...

WOW- impressive, Olivia!

Kim, USA said...

Wow I can't tell it's a sock. It takes a very creative mind to do this stuff. Way to go Olivia!

Sunset

chubskulit said...

Wow, very creative.

Shoes, have a happy Thanksgiving!

Ms. Burrito said...

Nice idea.

Santa's Secret Shop

Rajesh said...

Olivia is very creative.

TexWisGirl said...

what a cute and clever little girl!

re: your comment about Texas not being as dry as seen on TV, i live in the NE area - near Louisiana and Arkansas. definitely a more 'green' area. now, west texas is very dry and much more desert-like. although this year, the entire state has had a terrible drought, so our pond is almost dry this year too...

Suzy said...

Nice story Ann. I had socks on mine too.

Reader Wil said...

How creative is Olivia! This is a product that will last longer than my sand sculptures! I agree with you that these sculptures are too beautiful to destroy after some time , but it happens all the same.

Ash said...

This is such a great idea. Fabulous job. Way to go, Olivia!

Cher said...

wow! a lil' entrepreneur in the making. i remember my daughter making a puppet out of an old sock. :)

i've lost in touch with you, Ann. hope all is well. you are now in my reading list. :)

Cher

Sushma Harish said...

hey Ann
Olivia is so creative. In fact thanks for sharing. Iam gonna advice my daughter with this idea too