The tender, transforming power of making.
Wow, such creative, creepy costumes and make-up! Fabulous! Josephine
And even Buddy dog has a haunting glow to his eyes!
Looks like everyone had fun making their outfits!I found this site you might be intersted in for gleaning start up ideas for your business. http://emomsathome.com/craft-boom/Love Melanie
Howdy! BettsiThank You so much for the Welcome back!!Oh my it looks like you al truly had a wonderful spooktacular halloween,I think halloween just came way to fast..Its one of my favorite holidays!Happy Belated Birthday!!!!!!Sounds like you had a great one too!I LOVE LOVE how you did your china cabinet!!Love it! It really does make a personal statement, Our china cabinet is so empy right now,cause I packed every thing up for the move,BUT when I set it up in our new home I will be back to study your cabinet pictures I realy love how you re did it!!!(((hugs to you my friend)))
Hi! I don't even know where I found your etsy shop - I think it was a link on wee wonderfulls blog, but I'm just enthralled with the dolls you've made! I love them so much I looked up Dolls to Make for Fun and Profit on Prospector (our library database) And whaddya know, there was ONE copy of it in the state of Colorado and I snatched it up. It has to be shipped from a college library in Durango all the way up to Lakewood. I can't wait to get it!!! Because I'm so impatient, I thought I'd ask you if the book is specific about how to do the hair. Or do you just kind of do your own thing? How do you do the hair? Anyway, nice to "meet you." Feel free to stop by my blog. About 4 posts down you'll see the doll that started my doll-making frenzy : D
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