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We have a chimney, but because I don't think that Santa and you will be able to fit in it, I'll leave the back door open. Just make sure to wipe your feet on the mat before entering (if your boots are wet). I suppose I'll have to buy a mat now.....just in case.
In that case, could you please make sure you don't have a fire blazing on the 25th.?........(If you have a chimney, that is)......
Mr. Bugosi - the Santa I know is kind, and will most certainly do his utmost for you.... :))PJ
No, he knows that I wouldn't mind having you.**But only sometimes!
Then, I could be here....FOREVER?!!......
Mr. Bugosi, this tunnel is used by Santa to gather, and then transport gifts. People who enter the tunnel slide right down and into Santa's toy bag on his sleigh. So, there's no way for you to get out until Santa finds a home where he thinks someone would appreciate you as a grand gift. In other words, you'll get out when Santa deems fit.PJ, thank you, and yes, it will make a fine design for the next Transatlantic railway. :-)
Wendy - this is wonderful. Such an interesting design, 3-D effect and it was great fun to solve.It would have been a fine design for a real Transatlantic railway - in the year 2525.....PJ
How do I get out?.......
Pat, I've been debating whether or not to post this in a larger size, and I just stopped by to check it out again, and I guess I will. You're right- it really does have an amazing 3-D quality about it. I'm going to make more like it in the future. I think this took three layers to create...if I remember correctly.
Wow, this is so stunning! The 3-dimensional quality is amazing!