Monday, September 28, 2009

The Pretty and the Ugly!

I have a couple of different dollies this week to share with you all! The first is pretty ugly,- Mumified Madge. I tried a different technique in creating her and love the results! Check out her auction link to find out more!

And now for the pretty...... This is Elvira or El for short. She is my Trick or Treat dolly. Her dress is made from layers of tulle and a retro Halloween fabric. Her glass glitter mask and treat bag are both removeable! Here is her link if you would like to see more!

I have a few days off from work, so I must get busy creating another dolly. Hope you all have a Primsical Day!

Thursday, September 24, 2009

NEW Halloween dolly!

I can't believe I forgot to post my new dolly, Wesleigh! It's been since May since I've had any new doll to list on Ebay, so I guess I'm a little out of practice! LOL
Here is her link if you would like to see more:

The auction ends on Sunday, September 27th at 9:15 PM.

I have a new one to list this Sunday night. She is a little different from what I usually make, but somethings different is good! Watch for Mumified Madge!

Hope you all have a Primsical Day!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Happy Holidays!

Hello Everyone!
It's been tooooooo long since I updated my blog! The summer went by so fast. Most of you know I took a temp job over the summer. It kept me very busy and wasn't able to do much sewing. Now the temp job has turned into a permanent job! Not as many hours, but enough, and I can start sewing again!

I do have Great News to share with you all! My creation, Sherwood Snowman, is in the pages of the Holiday issue of Create and Decorate Magazine! The issue hit the newsstands yesterday (September 15th)! I want to thank everyone at Create and Decorate for being so wonderful and it was such a pleasure working with everyone!

Here is the website link if you would like to peek:

There was a couple of "oops" in the pattern itself, which
C & D has added to their website. The instructions weren't complete and the pattern for the hat is missing. You can download the instructions on their site or email.

Here are the dimensions for Sherwood's hat pieces:
The brim of the hat is 4" across and the top of the hat is 2.75" across. (Circles) The hatband is 1.25" x 8."

I hope you all had a great summer! I am currently working on a Halloween doll and hope to have it listed on Ebay this Sunday!
Have a Primsical Day!