As promised here's my Alice in Wonderland...
...the teacup makes that shot. I have a thing for tiny tea sets... I actually have one that's even smaller!
And here are Hansel and Gretel, looking very Grimm's fairy tale in their German attire...
Hansel is too cute, but I think he needs a bit of a haircut! The way that wool relaxes always makes dolls need a trim after a day or two.
It is unbelievably gorgeous out today and I spent the morning digging and planting my vegetable garden. So now I'm going to make myself a big iced coffee and after spending a few minutes admiring my work, I'm going to curl up in a sunny spot like one of my cats and have a bit of a snooze...I LOVE weekends!
They are adorable.ReplyDelete
I LOVE YOUR DOLLS!!!ReplyDelete
would you come out to phoenix and do a workshop?
fabulous, your work always inspires me:)ReplyDelete
These are wonderful. "Alice in Wonderful"!..... Oh that was bad. I'll stop.ReplyDelete
Honestly I'm impressed with the amount of detail that are in these. I'm also super amazed that you got Alice to hold that teacup. I have difficulty getting my dolls to hold anything for photos. Well done.
We both garden, we both love cats AND we both love Totoro.......are we long lost sisters? I love your new dolls, as always, they are just delightful!ReplyDelete
aieiee! too cute!ReplyDelete
omigosh they are INCREDIBLE!!!!!ReplyDelete
You are amazing.
You have an inspiring imagination. I love Alice's face, very gentle and very open. Great blog.ReplyDelete
I admit, I'm a sucker for Alice, but she is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Ooops, Im a bit late, but I love Alice, she's perfect! I also love iced coffe, gardens and naps. Im coming to live with you. :)ReplyDelete
ooops, Make that iced coffee. Yeesh!ReplyDelete
che delizia le tue bambole. ho visitato tutto il tuo blog, ti dedico un link sul mio.ReplyDelete
translation with Babel Fish:
that delight your dolls. I have visited all yours blog, I dedicate a link to you on mine hello matilda