Christina clocks countless hours in our West Wing sewing the faces onto the dolls, and I thought it would be sweet to make her a foot pouf to rest her feet, a project I recently did for my daughter….As I have been super engrossed with web-stuff and graphics the last couple weeks at work, I thought this would be a great opportunity to do something I really miss (a totally fulfilling craft project at home) and tie it into our blog by documenting the making of the pouf, so if any of you feel so inclined, you can make one too!
Monthly Archives: April 2012
What finally settled it for me was Sherry’s beautiful glowing skin and sun-kissed tresses.
Awww, she’s beautiful 🙂
Vicky is my pick for this week!
Yesterday was Nicole’s 19th birthday! We thought this might be a wonderful opportunity to introduce her to our Bambo community, so I conducted a mini interview of our youngest studio member…
Hi Nicole! Lucky girl getting to sew all day. I must know what type of serger you guys use in the shop. 🙂
Thank you Nicole for all your beautiful clothes <3 n I hope you had a wonderful birthday
Hope you had a fabulous day!
Love the comment about being able to go out with the ladies from work…
Hope you had a great day Nicole 🙂
I am so grateful and blessed to have ‘Expert Doll Maker’ as one of the ways that my children view me.
That is one of the sweetest things I’ve ever read. Congratulations on raising such an awesome son!
That is so sweet! He really loves and admires you. Nothing is like the love of a child. Thanks for sharing.
Children are remarkable. My son asked me other day to make my famous bread. I figured out he was talking about eh box of mix I add water to and turn the bread machine on. To him it’s his mom’s famous bread! LOL. So sweet. We can do what we perceive as hardly our best effort and them we are amazing mommies! The things that don’t even show up on our radar can be huge to them. 🙂
He’s done quite an excellent job. What an early Mother’s Day gift… really, it’s a beautiful sentiment to know that your son thinks of your craft so highly.
That is so sweet.
So sweet :). Thanks for sharing :).
I would like to know more about Waldorf education, is there a website with regards to this. I would love to be able to teach my daughter how to make waldorf dolls – is there places that one can go learn at or maybe something online? (I am living in South Africa)
Oh, this is such a great post! Having a son the same age, I love that your son came to you for help and prized your work so highly 🙂 So sweet. I find it amazing the things that my kids think I am the best at that wouldn’t even come into my mind.
He’s done a fantastic job on his doll too 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing.
This is so sweet! He has done a wonderful job with his work!
You have one sweet boy ! N omg his doll is cute !!!
He is sweet and so is his wonderful doll…if he sells it…Iwould like to buy it!!!
I think I’m totally addicted to Instagram! Do you know about Instagram? It’s this app/social media thing that you have on your phone that allows you to take pictures and then share them …. all in a beautiful and cool way. I’m such a visual person – to me this is like pure candy. And […]
Very cool and so out of the loop with the Instagram.
I totally get the family life slipping away and with kids it goes by too fast! Enjoy this new stag!
Yay! Welcome John!
I don’t have a phone that can use instagram, so I can’t create an account to see your photos! Facebook should integrate soon, I will be patient 🙂
also – glad John gets to join the team full time, that is exciting!
I’m gonna check it out 🙂 I have an iPhone.
I hope you had a wonderful weekend
What great news! Tell John we love all of the apple-heads he makes – they get hugs and kisses everyday from around the world. 🙂
Wowee! Fantastic news, Christina and John! Congrats to all of you!!!
What a fantastic step for you and your family! Congrats and best wishes in this new chapter of your journey!
What wonderful news for both the business and your family! Enjoy your newfound family time 🙂 I love Instagram photos but my (v.v.old) smartphone can’t deal with the app. It’s a wonderful tool too~ so glad you’re enjoying it!
congrats on taking that big step to make Bamboletta not only your family but your family business!!!
ps i love instagram too 🙂 unfortunately so do my tween daughters. don’t follow them or you’ll be bombarded with pics of One Direction. sigh.
wow, this is so awesome! thanks for sharing the news!
Congrats!! That is wonderful new and it’s great to have it one big family…including John. Enjoy your growth 🙂
this is gorgeous! too bad i tossed all the yarn cut offs away. will have to save them from now on!!!
That is gorgeous! Can’t wait to see a pic of C using it :).
I was going to get a pic of her today, but we got, um, busy… 🙂
That’s adorable! I’ve used piping once before, but did not know how to join it or finish it off. It looks really nice. Thank you!
Love it – Looks like fun to make.
This is so awesome!! I want to try to make some for my girls 🙂
What a great idea! I always use my wool hair scraps as the core to my next doll head, but this is another great use!
This is super cute, I wish I had kept sewing when I was younger.
I can’t see any pictures here ..!! 🙁 Have they been taken out or do I have to do something to make them appear ?
The pictures are working again!