Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Two Happy Dolls


Well, here are the girls, clean & spruced up in new outfits. I didn't make these - knitting is not my favourite occupation. I have dressed them in knitted clothing as these are the sort of little outfits I used to have for my dolls so I thought they were appropriate replacements for their original clothes.


I have decided that Tearful Cheerful will stay with me to replace my long lost childhood doll, but as I do still have my old Tiny Tears this one will be coming along to the Vintage & Handmade Fair on Saturday, along with a 1970's Silver Cross pram, a Pedigree push along dog & a Scotty friend too!


I am so looking forward to Saturday but am mildly panicking about having everything ready for then so must love & leave you & get back to sorting & pricing stock!!

9 comments:

  1. Jayne having seen some of the blogs of some of the stall holders I can't wait to get there, it will be great, thank goodness you & Michelle put in so much hard work.
    T x

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  2. They look so lovely....my mum used to knit just those kinds of outfits for my dolls (of the same era!)
    Susan x

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  3. wow, looks amazing, I even went to try and find my tiny tear's today to no avail. have a good sale!

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  4. They look truely adorable i have to say my favorite is tearful cheerful she looks so very different and so happy ;-) Good luck at the fair that pram is gorgeous to. dee x

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  5. Dolls look wonderful and I love that push along dog

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  6. I'm looking forward to seeing all the goodies on Saturday!

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  7. Don't the two girls look smart in theri new outfits. Good luck on Saturday with the fair.

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  8. I had dolls like these too when I was a little girl and yours look very good now after their makeover. I hope you have a successful day at the fair. Abby x

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  9. The fair will be fab as always!

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