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Friday, August 29, 2008

Birthday Annie Celebration!

Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday dear Birthday Annie! This 10" brown eyed center of attention has a head full of sewn in black yarn for hair that is adorn with a pink checkered bow. Annie is decked out in her birthday best dressed outfit. Printed with bears/and stripes, her handmade ensemble is trimmed with pink rick rack across the collar, sleeves and skirt. Bodice matching bloomers and a pair of pink with yellow country stitched and buttoned felt Mary Janes.

This birthday baby is waiting to celebrate with you right now on Etsy!

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Now in My Ebay Store

Stop and Smell The Roses!

Let this Annie brighten your day. Like a field of wild flowers, Rose Garden Annie is in full bloom and is waiting to be plucked right now on Ebay!

An Apple A Day!

Apple Annie is her name and looking good enough to eat is her game. This Annie is very sweet and is even sweeter with her apple print Sunday best. I used Prim Pink wool yarn for her hair that's sewn in. She is scented to smell of hot cinnamon and apples real yummy! Hand stitched and painted. This apple has not yet fallen off the tree so quick and grab a basket because she's ready for the picking right now on Etsy.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008


Milk Maid Annie is also on Etsy and waiting for you to take her home.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

I've gone and done it again!

Blooming Iris Annie is now featured along with her sisters on Etsy.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Here comes the sun!

Here's my green eyed beauty, "Sunshine Annie!"

She was the one of my unfinished dolls in the previous photo waiting to be completed. She didn't take as long as I would have expected and she turned out fabulous as I never would have imagined. I was and still am very pleased on how she turned out that I'm absolutely a proud mama.
These 3 little lady's are getting ready to be made up and listed. I ended up buying a new sewing machine because my old work horse of 6 years finally gave up the ghost. My girls are the first that I've sewn on this machine and it drives so butter! As you can see my doll's start off looking like ET. With a lot of work, time and patience put into each and everyone of them, they slowly transform into my beautiful works of art.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Pretty in Pink Annie and her Basket Full of Kittens

Introducing Pretty in Pink Annie. She's my newest creation. It took me a little more time to make her but I think she turned out the way I wanted. She's 19" tall and is hand stitched. This dimpled cutie wears a pink, kitten printed puffy sleeved laced collared dress. Her loons and her bow matches her bodice. Ribbon roses are pinned into each sleeve. She has a full head of Cotton Candy colored wool yarn that's hand sewn into her head. Her body is made of tea-stained muslin and is also dyed and cinnamon scented. Her facial features and legs are embroidered, hand painted and sealed. Her bottom is weighted so she can sit with minimal amount of assistance. Her legs are jointed so you can pose her in any cute position. Her bottom is signed and dated by me. Her basket contains 3 adorable kittens. 2 made of tea-stained and dyed muslin and 1 is made of white fleece. Faces on all 3 are embroidered, painted and sealed. All 3 kitten comes with their own ball of cotton yarn to play with. All sit on top of a chenille lined country heart wooden basket for Annie to carry them in.
She's really precious and can't wait to become a fabulous addition for that prim-doll collector whose wanting to take her home.

Spicy- the virtual cat