Sunday, July 7, 2013

National Chocolate Day!

How did I not know about this holiday until this morning?? 

I discovered this post from Events to Celebrate, talking about the chocolate day and brownies and frosting and....  well, this happened:



Of course I had to get my dollies involved.  :o)


She is one of my tiniest girls...  a little over 4" (11 cm) tall.  I found the teeny tiny KitchenAid mixer at an online shop...  isn't it darling?  It's just like my human-sized one!

Here's another girl enjoying the finished product: 

She is 11" (28 cm) tall.  She's one of my favorite girls, and I am doing a 365 project with her this year...  a new photo of her every single day!
Anyway, that is all!  I am still sewing, still creating, and busy busy busy with life!

Now I am off to eat some protein to try to counteract my sugar shakes and head off the sugar coma...  Totally worth it, though!  :oD

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

What you see versus what is really there

What I might show you:


What else is also there:

:oD

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Crocheted Gingerbread House Ornaments

Ooooh!!  A dear bloggy friend, Ursula, has recently started a new site, and she has posted a free pattern to crochet these ADORABLE little gingerbread house tags/ornaments!  I haven't crocheted anything in a couple of decades, but these just might push me to give it a try!  Look at the little icing icicles!  :oD

I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season and wrapping up the year with good memories and strengthened family and friendship ties.

♥ All the best to you and yours this season, and the coming year!! ♥

Monday, December 10, 2012

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Still alive!

Yes, I am still here! I've been working on a project that involves the most amazing vintage fabrics...  in the tiniest of pieces!  I can't wait to show you more!  :o)

In the meantime, in order to ensure this is not a pictureless post... 
Here's a random dolly picture:
 


Wednesday, August 22, 2012

SUPER EASY Lalaloopsy Pajamas!

Last night I whipped up these little jammies for JellyBean's Lalaloopsy doll.  Looks complicated, right?  IT'S NOT!  It took me about 30 minutes, start to finish -- and the thing I spent the most time on was...
 

...pinning!

Please see my original Baby Clothes to Doll Clothes tutorial!  :oD  :oD

(Now I am itching to make MORE!)