A happy new year to all my wonderful readers!!!
Here in very snowy and cold northern Illinois I have enjoyed my holiday time with my family and away from “work”. (However, it is not work to me because I love what I do.) A quote from Gretchen Rubin, author of Happier at Home, stuck with me. She says, “No matter how much you love what you do, it’s nice to have a little break.” I have found this to be true. I feel refreshed and passionate about my little dresses and dolls once again. I must confess that I did sneak in a bit of time here and there to “work” a bit. I cannot go cold turkey and create zero, zilch, nada, for oh, probably no more that two or three days. So, yesterday and today I took some pictures of sets that I completed during my time “off” from “work”. Here are a couple of sneak peak pics.
Yes, this is for Valentine’s Day. I know it’s early but, I like to get a head start on holiday dresses so their new owners have a chance to display them on their girls well in advance of the holiday. Sugar didn’t seem to mind. The hearts and pink roses match her personality perfectly. She is a dream to photograph and pose. I LOVE her!!! So happy Fairyland is making Pukipuki dolls again. Denver Dolls also sells these cuties.
Delightful! Love this!
I just LOVE your little dolls!!
Thank you, Verónica, eclecticlamb, and Shannon! I’m happy you like my little Pukipuki.
Reblogged this on El Zoco de Judibeth and commented:
Preciosos vestidos de muñeca, me tienen enamorada!!!
So precious! All the tiny details are amazing. You are so talented! Happy New Year Cindy!
Thank you, Heather. This was the first time I tried embroidering miniscule hearts on my dresses. I combined a few stitches and was very happy with how they ended up looking like what they were supposed to. 🙂 I’m not always so lucky.