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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

So what's a girl to do?

When she's not made anything new to share....
or been anywhere interesting....
or found anything amazing to show????

She digs in her photo archives and shares a few oldies but goodies ~

I love, LOVE doll clothes.
Old doll clothes....the smaller the better....
the more primitive, even better!

So I had to make my own heirloom, "old" doll dress....
and age it appropriately :)








A few goodies I've scanned in the past for you!









So...you must know what I'm up to :)
We had such a successful Atlanta trade show that we are COVERED UP
with orders and are packaging them
as fast as our little fingers can!!!




OH, and Gina of Peacock Park Design has put up fresh photos
of her gorgeous showroom in Atlanta!!!


And we have another new blogger in our midst!!
Karen of Todolwen has just put up her very first post....
I'd love for you to stop by and welcome her when you can!!!!





I hope you are doing so wonderful sweet friends ~
Have a great Tuesday!!!
hugs and love,
Dawn

23 comments:

Dorthe said...

Oh sweetie, Dawn,
how happy I am for you, and your family, that the show was a big succes-that means happy packing, to all of you, dear friend.
And the little doll dress is cuter than any other I saw,-you have altered it to perfection ,so it looks as if many,many little girls, have played with it fo years :) I love it Dawn--thankyou for showing my sweet.
Hugs and love,Dorthe

The Charm House said...

So proud of your success!! Also, glad you were able to "slip" in a little time to sew!
Love,
YVette

Hopelessly Romantic Art Studio said...

Thanks for sharing the "oldies, but goodies with us! The aging effect on the dolly dress you achieved is great. I love your soaps and the packaging is outstanding...glad you are doing well!
Blessings, Gerri

Sea Witch said...

Good for you. I always enjoy hearing about successes in spite of this economy. Your "wares" are lovely and adore the photos you have posted for us. all. Sea Witch

Theresa said...

Love the little dress and all of the images you so generously share! Congrats on all of the soap success! Sounds like you are staying REAL busy:) Have a blessed day, HUGS!

Shelley said...

Your little dress is wonderful...its looks like it has been around for ages....blessings

fialka012 said...

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Vee said...

Oh I'm so happy to read that things went so very well and that you are busily wrapping and packing and selling lots of soap. Thank you for the sweet images, too. I'm snagging the babies kissing for a Valentine's Card. Have a sweet day whatever you put your hand to do...

Vicki said...

So glad the show was a success. Love these images and have saved a few for projects. Off to visit our new bloggy friend!

Charlene said...

Your doll dress is soooooooooo sweet. I am off to visit Karen. Glad the show was a success. Have a great week. Charlene

Karen B. said...

Hi sweet Dawn,
I just love your little dress, it is so beautiful. You are so sweet,telling your friends about my new blog. I have just posted my first pictures. Hope you will take a look. Hugs Karen B. - Todolwen

Jamie said...

Oh, I love those little dolly clothes, too! What a great idea. I am going to make some as well. This is just beautiful! Jamie V in MT
http://rem-nants.blogspot.com
amzanioli@yahoo.com

sepiadreams said...

Hey there Dawn, I can see that you have not lost any of your creative talent since the last time I visited you. Sweet little dress!!! Love..Tiina...

Lovey said...

Hiya Dawn...how have you been? Looks like super busy!

Carol Anne's Boutique said...

Hi Dawn,
Oh I'm so happy your show was such a success...Congratulations!! It's just wonderful having a family business isn't it? My son has his own screen printing business and I work for him. It started out as a part time job, and has now turned into full time, but we all have so much fun!
The little dress you created is adorable...you did a fabulous job with the aging! It looks like it was a favorite of some sweet little girl many, many years ago!
Thank you so much for all of the beautiful images, I just love them!
Hugs,
Carol Anne

luluslovlies said...

Great post and thanks for letting bloggers know about the newest gal in blogger town, I guess I need to get out the zillion old doll clothes patterns from the 60's I have and get busy, you did a fab job of vintaging it up. Karen's little bears are great! So happy about your success in Atlanta, I'm sure with your talent it will continue! Hugs Marilou

Gerushia's New World said...

Hi Dawn:

I know just what you mean....I haven't made anything new to share on my blog either. I'm always grasping for something to blog about. I love that you shared some of your scans of vintage photos. I adore old photos and have a huge collection.

Since I haven't made anything new to share lately, I am having a give-away and just by coincidence...it's for a vintage photo. You should come by and have a look. You might like it. It's a large, sepia tone folder photo of a young man playing violin. It's in beautiful condition. I have several of these photos, so I thought I would share one in a give-away.

Thanks for always giving your readers a dose of beauty!

Kim
Gerushia's New World

debsea said...

you always come up with the sweetest things - i love visiting you! your egg soaps are dear, and your packaging wonderful! too much fun.

Vivayne said...

Hi Dawn,
I love reading your blog. I especially love this dolly dress you've made, may I have permission to edit/crop the image and sell it for digital scrapbooking? I have one I am working something that would be wonderful to use the image for.
Thanks!!
Vivayne

June said...

Dawn, even when you're at a loss...it's my gain. Cute little dolly dress!
I am so excited that your soaps are keeping you busy and doing so well.
love to you...

Debbie Dillon said...

You've done such a great job with your blog. Beautiful images - LOVE it here.
Be blessed :)

Romeo said...

HA! MeOw! I just knew you'd do fantastical at the Mart!!!!! HA - my whiskers never lie to me, and they told me you would be grand!!!!! ConCATulations Auntie Dawn!!!!

Purrs!

Romeo and "her"

Tina @ TinyBear said...

Love the dolls dress project Dawn - what a great idea. I never thought of sewing one myself and aging it afterward - awesome.
xo Tina

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