I made these hats today for a tea party in early July in West Virginia. It’s at the home of my cousin in her backyard. It’s for ladies and girls. Although when my husband heard we were having cake he said he would stop by. My favorite is the pale pink. What about you?
Source So I’ve run out of all my planned posts. I’ve been busy. I started a new job. I’ve been de-cluttering. I’m in the choir. I have a really long commute. I’m busy! And I’ve gotten a bit tired of blogging. But I still like it. A lot. So what do I have to share […]
Source Here is how my husband gets pulled into the doll business: Setting: sitting on the couch in the living room “What do you think of this doll’s face?” “Do you think I should embroider her features or use fabric markers?” “Do the lips look ok?” “What should I do with the hair?” “Do […]
From time to time I come across artists that I like to feature here on my blog. I have fallen in love with Garden Whimsies by Mary. She takes thrifted teapots, plates and other objects and creates lovely decorations for the garden. I want one bad and one day I will get one. For now, […]
I made this doll for my son’s girlfriend. She had a young cousin who lost her Mom and wanted to give her a doll. I decided to draw the clothes on. I think she came out pretty cute. I love making gifts for people.
Winter’s been tough. I like to photograph my things outside and with cold, snow, and ice it’s been trying. Here’s what’s been going on: 1. St. Patrick’s Day doll: she is done but need photographing 2. Organizing craft and fabric supplies 3. Few dolls cut out and in bags ready to be sewn 4. Shipped […]
She was fun and right in time for the big day tomorrow.