Painting has always made me happy. Enjoying being Volunteer Artist-in-Residence at Arlington Court National Trust Devon
How cute is that, and how thoughtful too! I hope William doesn't think it's a treat! :-)
I'm keeping it out of William's way!!!! lol
Keep the eraser out of the reach of small children. They may try to eat it.
Yes, it would definitely be something small children would want to get hold of.
Aha, Williams lovely Mum...see I haf used my sniffing skills and tracked you down, aren't I a clever pup?Oh that eraser looks very interesting, just pawfect for stealing and a good chase around for retrieval, or as I like to call it, great way to exercise the peeps!Loves and licky kissesPrincess Leah xxx
Oh you are one clever pup Princess Leah, it's good to see you here.
It's so cute, better still that it works!
Absolutely, I didn't think it would work very well, but it does YAY :-)
How unusual, it's lovely. What a thoughtful husband you have ♥
He never ceases to amaze me Eileen!! ;)
Fun, and can get into tight, little places.
Very useful :-)
Looks good enough to eat! lol ;)
Yes, Warning: Keeping away from Children and Robin! lol ;)
It really looks like candy. :) What a thoughtful and useful gift!
Art related gifts always win in my book, lol :-)
I want one too! It's employing the same principles as used when making a stick of rock.
It's the strangest, funniest eraser I've ever had! lol
I love it! and my inner child squealed with delight - I used to collect novelty erasers when I was about 11 (although I told my Canadian pen pal I collected rubbers and she told that was a whole different thing over there! ah the innocence of youth!)
LOL...yes, that's why I'm careful to call them Erasers and not the 'r' word! I used to collect 'erasers' when I was a kid too, come to think of it I still do!!! ;)