Monthly Archives: May 2008

I love making Fairy’s so much. It is such a luxury to make them to handstitch and cut out all those lovely shapes – it almost sends me over the edge! This gal here is ‘Cherry Blossom’ and she is number two of a series of three Spring Fairy’s.  I’ll be working on ‘Bluebell’ soon. […]

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Lindsay - May 10, 2008 - 8:32 am

Again, it is not only 3 people who read! As i mentioned in my convo on etsy, ive been a bamboletta fan for a while and have finally found an excuse to get one….

I love that fairy. THere are no words….. I do hope everything is OK!

My little guy turned 4 on Saturday. He was so excited, it’s just so cute. Nonna, Nonno and Auntie Laura all came over to spend the day with us. I can’t believe I have a four year old..geeesh, sometimes I can’t believe I’m a mom. We really scaled things back as far as presents this […]

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Naomi - May 6, 2008 - 7:52 am

I hope everything is okay.

I just favorited that print on etsy this morning, in that very color. How funny!

Christine - May 7, 2008 - 4:41 am

I notice you don’t get a lot of comments on your blog, but I just wanted to let you know I read it very often and like it a lot. I hope the curveball is that you’ve gotten a great offer concerning your dolls, because they’re beautiful (if it’s not that, I hope everything’s ok)!
Christine

admin - May 9, 2008 - 6:49 pm

because Naomi.. we really are the same person 😉 lol…everything is okay, just having to do alot of thinking that’s all.

Hi Christine.. I don’t think I get a lot of comments because I’m convinced that only my mom, aunt Lucy, my friend Julie and her mom are the only ones that read the blog ( oh, and Naomi!). Great to meet you! Thanks for reading :)

Meike - May 12, 2008 - 12:02 pm

Not true, not true – I read it as well! :) And I do hope the curveball means lots of new people getting the chance to admire your beautiful dolls – and you being able to still enjoy making them!!

Amy - July 2, 2008 - 12:12 pm

“keep on and carry on”, great idea! You do seem very busy!
I can relate! I love reading your blog, brings me back to when I was super busy manufacturing cloth diapers and trying to run a household too. I’m sure you’ll figure it all out, love and strength are your biggest allies.

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