Thursday, September 10, 2015
Monday, September 7, 2015
Sunday, September 6, 2015
Thursday, September 3, 2015
When you don't have the strength to work on something you love it slows you down like an invisible hand pushing you down ,hopefully I will get to the point where I can work harder right now it's just hardly working but sometimes in life we just have to give ourselves some time for healing my dolls will not go anywhere I will still create just slower sometimes that's not a bad thing you start to evaluate your life and see what's important and whats not . You definitely learn who your friends are my mama always said you know who your friends are when you are sick and when you need help only your true friends will stick with you and the ones that Are not so important will disappear. I guess that is just another way of life getting rid of all the weeds that hold you back
Friday, May 29, 2015
Now that I'm starting to feel better I started my newest little creation Rupert is such a sweet little boy he loves to bake cupcakes and likes to wear colorful clothes he took me a while to make . But now I'm feeling better and I can go full force into finishing Sweet Rupert
Sunday, March 22, 2015
Spring is here...time to celebrate new beginnings! I will pick a winner from my facebook page tonight so come on over. See you there!
Thursday, September 11, 2014
|Available on Etsy|
Inspiration for Milo Bean came from a real, life little boy named...Milo Bean! A spunky, sweet little guy who loves to snuggle, build with blocks, and run with the puppy. The real-life Milo Bean was so excited to see this little one come to life, and is anxious to hear about his new home.
Little Milo Bean is an 18" doll handcrafted using organic cotton and wool, with blonde hair made from Tibetan lambs wool and a gentle, hand embroidered face. He is ready to toddle about, looking for fun adventures!
He is very sturdy and suitable for play for children over 3 yrs old, and comes with a two piece cotton underclothes, hand knit socks, sweater & pixie hat, and hand crocheted booties. His pants are made of cotton with over the shoulder straps. He comes with a handmade afghan created by my blind Mother In Law, Edna. She loves to send the little ones to their new homes with a cozy little gift.