Sunday, September 13, 2009

All in the details...

Sweet clothespin dolls in a vintage creamer (that I got at a yard sale for a quarter, by the way). These little ladies are too fun to make. And finally dressed, poor dears. I am still deciding whether or not I think they're boutique worthy. But until then, I'm going to keep on painting and cutting and gluing...and do my best not to think about the fact that our dinner table is buried under a heap of craft supplies!

7 comments:

Kelly said...

They are sweet!

dmoms said...

yes, they are!

Camie | Red Gate Gardens said...

Too cute! Perfect for chubby, wee hands to play with...

The Cottage Comtesse said...

These remind me of little "pew" dolls that I have seen in Victoria Trading Co. catalog. The ones I saw were wrapped in a little pocket keeper (hard to explain). I guess in Victorian times, mothers would give these little dolls to their children to play with quietly in church. I think yours are much cuter! Very sweet!

Nancy said...

Those little girls are darling. And who cares if the table is covered up? Dinner in the family room isn't all that bad once in a while!

Sheryl said...

that's funny...before i even opened up the post i could see the picture and i said "oh i love those"!!

well done.

Rhea said...

Yes they are very beautiful! You are VERY creative. Keep your good attitude.