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gkgirl

what a great idea...
i love the idea of modeling
them after people they know....
:)
i think they turned our sweet

erin

you'll be able to charm her into the party idea. just make more of those incredibly cute dolls. i love your attention to detail. the freezer paper stencil is cracking me up - i don't think i could cut that small!

meg

yeah - they might be too cute to play with :)

Sonya

It is just party season over at your house. You take them seriously - I love it, a kindred spirit. We did a fairy-themed party last year for my 6-year old. The goody bags had little things; a sunflower seed, mini shells, a dried rosebud, and I found these little bottles with stoppers - must have been ex-medical or laboratory. I steeped some dried lavender, filled, labeled, and sealed the bottles with wax - Lavender Wine. I had fun. The fairies would probably have fun, with a tipple or two.

Laura

I love your dolls. So tell me, what kind of paint did you use and how did you attach the arms to the sides? Just discovered your blog and am loving it! Thanks for the inspiration.

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