Thursday, November 19, 2009

Pin dolls

These two are pins that Heera made for me. The ghost pin was for Oct and the Jester pin is for Nov. Aren't they great!!

This is the jester pin that I made for Heera. Not great pics.

Making more ornaments!

Here are some more ornaments I made for swaps! I love making the mousie ornaments. Making doll heads and putting them with a tassel is great fun too!
These three are for one swap! They were all fun to make. I got back three ornaments today and I will try and get piccies of them tomorrow.

Monday, November 2, 2009


My hubby, daughters Samantha (in neon pink) and Stephanie (mom of grands), my granddaughter Kassy and grandson Calvin all dressed for Halloween.
Don't Kassy and Calvin look cute!! The dress I made Kassy fits nicely.

Grandpa being scared by the grandkids.
Samantha, their aunty took them to the local Trunk or Treat. It is a safe venue for kids to trick or treat in and had a bouncy house and games and trick or treating from cars. They had a great time.

Halloween doll

This is a doll I made for a challenge at Cloth Doll Artistry. The voting is over so I can show her to you now. She is from a Back Porch Pickins pattern. I gave her separate fingers instead of a mitt hand. She has skirt and top made with fabrics with pumpkins and crows. She holds a stuffed pumpin and her hat is a pumpkin top with a pumpkin attached. She has bat wings.

Ornaments I have been working on

These are some of the ornaments I have been working on for the past week for a tree that my quilt guild will be decorating and donating to a local family for Christmas. These are fun mice made from wool felt and dresses as Mr. and Mrs. Claus!
These are a star ornament with beads around the face and two owl ornaments. Click on owl for a tutorial to make the cute Jingle Owls.

These next two were made with the old pictures  that are on fabric. They are double sided and have a Victorian feel to them.

The next ones are beaded ornaments that were in a kit.