A Christmas tree house for lots of dolls. It is the perfect tree for this with lots of places to sit. I chose a big one so that the dolls would fit. It is a Noble fur and smells lovely. It took a lot of Saturday to do but I love the end result. It is such a strange thing really, bringing a tree into your home each year. The cats are most unimpressed, even though I have put Tiger's favourite ornament near the bottom, and some bells. Cassie was slightly interested tonight when her feather toy got caught on a branch.
Scottish dancing Roldan doll. I love these dolls as they have such expression and movement. This one is a recent find on ebay. I wanted her as she is Scottish, and I have lots of happy associations with Scotland.
A Linda Sue doll with flowers. She looks quite pagan amongst the green. She normally sits on my bookshelves so is happy to be out and about.
My Hema bead camels, representative of another short lived fad of mine.
Kerry Kate, October Effigies Dolls. These were bought a long time ago when I first discovered Etsy. The little rosebud doll is a Christmas fairy from previous years. I made her little dress so she can't be that old as it is crocheted.
One of a bargain box of 6 little wooden Russian dolls from the charity shop a few weeks ago.
The tester doll for the hat bunting I made recently.
Little wooden ebay doll and little cloth and paint doll I made illustrating some bones. I would like to make some more cloth painted dolls as it is exciting to be able to sew something then paint it-and relatively easy compared to embroidering the details.three little maids from school in the Mikado.