Monday, January 10, 2011

I Want My Two Dala$

Bwahahaha! Oh, I just crack me up...

Are you thinking I've lost my mind? Well... you might be right, but still. Ok, I don't know why, but this just struck me as so dang funny that I had to stitch it out. It's a play on words of course, from one of my favorite movies. I love those corny 80's movies, especially anything with John Cusack (hello... Say Anything!).

Here are a few of my favorite scenes which capture some of the obsurdity of this movie...

Somehow I tied "dollars" and "Dalas" together and viola, silliness ensues!

Anywhoo... I've got a few more of these floating around my head so you may see some more madcap stitching in the future, hope you don't mind. I've warned you... I'm a goofball.

Coming soon... Christmas gifts revealed!

p.s. Thank you friends for your kind words about my brothers dog, Sage. I can't tell you how much I appreciated them.

p.p.s. I know traditional Dala Horses don't have tails... now that's silly. So I added them. Artistic expression and all. Toodles!


Karin said...

Wow, this is the paperboy from hell LOL, love your stiching and your word play, thanks for sharing xox

Margie said...

hahaha! i LOVE that movie ... my hubby and i are always saying that "i want my two dollars!" i LOVE your play on words, too, and of course your stitching is ... as always ... amazing!

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Hi Lisa:
You're so clever! I love your little play on words, and your needlework, too! Thanks for sharing.

Jill said...

That's soooo funny! You had me at the title. John Cusak... sigh. Fun play on words, girlie!

I'm so lovin' that mug rug that you made for me. Hagrid tried to steal it from me, but I caught him. He knows better now. Silly boy!


Cath and co. said...

I don't know you but just happened across this and laughed SO hard. I have to make this for my sister who lived in Sweden. Love that movie! :O

Lisa Leggett said...

Heeheehee! I'm go glad you gals like this, your comments have made me smile real big!
And Karin, you are right Paperboy from Hell is just about right!

Beedeebabee said...

How funny!...and your stitching is pure magic. I love it Lisa, and can't wait to see what's next! Have a fun week! xo Paulette :D

Sew Lovely Embroidery said...

Omg Lisa I love this and I lovvvvveeee john cusack eeeek! Better off dead is so good ;) me and my brother always fight over john, he's so mine!

Hootie said...

You know, for a week I've been thinking..."I want my 2 dollars"...that sounds so familiar...FINALLY I took time to pop over to your blog!

LOVE IT! You crack me up too! :)

What a great flick...mmmm...thinking I'll have to see if I can live stream it on Netflicks while I'm in the kitchen this afternoon!

Hugs! :)