My Dollies

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Little Red's

Just take a look at all of these marvelous works of art!I wanted to follow sweetJoee'scue,and post pics,and links to the girl's auction's in my group.Not everyone made a Little Red,but several of us did.If you click on their name,you will be taken to their auction!A few of these Little Red's are not for sale.Enjoy!

T's Dollie

Joee's Dollie

Nancy's Dollie

Nina's Dollie

Jackie-O's Dollie

~Peanut's Dollie~

Tink's Dollie

Shirley's Dollie

Jo-Jo's Dollie

Lone's Dollie

~Mica's Dollie~

My Dollie

~Hope you enjoyed looking!Have a great day!

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Little Red Riding Hood

Here is a pic of my Little Red Riding Hood Bunny that I will be offering on Ebay,tomorrow night,along with my other group members.You must check out these talented doll artist's offerings!Please remember,simply go to ebay and search"Primitive Little Red Riding Hood Doll CWT".Thanks so much for stopping by my blog!


Wednesday, February 20, 2008

...coming soon!

Mark your calendars for a wonderful event coming soon on Ebay!The dollmaking group that I am in"Coffee With Tea"will be hosting a doll challenge,inspired by the beloved"Little Red Riding Hood"fairytale.The auctions will begin this Sunday evening,February 24th at 7pm Eastern time.You can search"Primitive Little Red Riding Hood Doll"on Ebay,to find our group's auctions.There will be so many wonderful dolls!You won't want to miss them!Have a great day!


Thursday, February 14, 2008

~Happy Valentine's Day!~


~Wishing everyone a day that's filled with Love and Joy!

Thursday, February 7, 2008

~Some Wonderful Early Valentine's~

I wanted to share these beautiful works of art from the 1800's that I have been admiring.They are so stunning!You can almost feel the love that the maker's put into them for that special person in their life.When I look at them,I can almost hear their stories.

~This Valentine is made of cut paper,and a technique(that I would love to learn!)called the basket weave.It is circa 1850,and was found in Connecticut.


~This Valentine is also cut paper,with a knotted lock of the admirer's hair.The Victorian's often would use locks of hair in their handmade art.


~This is another wonderful example of a Valentine!It is called a"Puzzle Purse",it would have been given intricately folded,often with each fold numbered,so that it would be opened in the order that the giver wished.The recipient would gradually unfold it,to reveal all of it's love notes,and hand~paintings inside.


Monday, February 4, 2008

A Sweet Teddy Bear...

This teddy bear is my latest creation.I was amazed at how much more time was involved in making a small bear!He is 7 inches tall without his hat.I LOVE his small size!There was a lot more hand~sewing involved though,with his parts being so small.Until next time,have a great day!

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