Today marks the 1st day in a long time that I have decided to sell a few of my babies. I love all of my little ones and it is difficult to separate myself from them. However, if you see one that you would like to add to your collection, please get in touch with me. The first doll that I have chosen to let go of is my sleepy little one with her dollie. She is so tired she is having difficulty in keeping her eyes open. She and her dollie are for sale for $50.00. If you would like her don't hesitate in contacting me. All prices are negotiable. I'm just trying to lighten my inventory a little bit to make room for more.
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Sunday, September 2, 2012
- Assorted vignettes in frames, tea cups, and misc display items. This is the top of my display case. I have a 1/4 scale dollhouse, my original wizard sculpt with his project desk, a lovely Victorian lady in shadow box, Patriotic Mr. and Mrs. Santa, child's play room, cat and dog displays in frames, and tea house in a tea cup.
- This is the display case under lock and key. A few of my dolls on display for sale and to help raise miniature awareness in Dublin, Ga. In here I have a couple of Edwardian dolls, along with my Georgian, Tudor, teeny babies, and children of different eras. I also have a couple of babies with pin backs for those new mommies and nanna's.
3. Here is our 2nd display case. This shows Josies recycled glassware made in Spain with a vew of my dollies added in for color. In this cabinet I have my doll made with Dana in florida, my Courtisan from Dana's kit, and a faery doll.
Monday, July 30, 2012
This is Sabella. She was born from a class given by Dana Burton from msatMiniDollList.yahoo.com. Although she looks very complicated, she was actually pretty easy. It is all of the little touches that brings this doll alive. Sabella will live with my other Edwardian ladies in a house made especially for ladies of distinction.