Tuesday, November 11, 2008
What fun I am having with my dolls. I also made cat ornaments with faces to purr for and more anatomically correct tart dolls - will show both of these on another post. The newest Babe is Grandma -- no I don't look like her. . .but close!!!
After the 'dance' and earning the title of 'International Tart' I guess I want my dolls to have as much fun as I do.
Congratulations Jeanine on your new Granddaughter Madeline. She's a Scorpio born this morning. I cannot wait to see the pictures.
I went to a trunk showing of dolls Saturday and the different kinds of dolls that were shown were all different and unique. Linda's tips and tricks were such a treat. I know that I have a long way to go as I am just getting started, but the fun of it is tremendous.
My daughter took all my Christmas bags, so I had to make a new one for my IPod. Christmas Loralie went over really big. In fact someone mentioned I look like this particular Loralie. There are just certain things I do not want to put in my purse mess, so I make these small bags with pockets to carry the things I will not leave in the car.
I would love to hear what you are doing so I can visit your blogs too.
Thanks for the visit,
Sunday, November 2, 2008
I'm back from IL. Daddy is in better spirits now. He has a ways to go before he can move back into residential care, but a positive attitude always helps.
I completed 3 pin/ornament fairy dolls with mostly anatomical correct peeks and crevices. Everyone is laughing and having a good time with them.
I am so blessed to have so many great loving and encouraging friends. I look forward to sharing my new designs with all of you.
Two weeks and it's Nascar at Homestead. We, as a family, are all looking forward to celebrating our drivers. However, since this is the last race, it is also a sad time. I know 2 1/2 months is not long to wait -- we look forward to mid-February and the big race at Daytona Beach.
Thank you for visiting,