I don't shy away from a damsel in distress. Wearing her tatters she is a wee delight. Some would prefer her to be perfect, but we all have our flaws. Like the velveteen rabbit, this is what makes her real to me. Her life was not easy. Like the pioneer girl in whose pocket she tarried, she was a traveler. The stains of play decorate her child made garment, proving this: Her destiny was fulfilled. She was dropped, but loved, and thus picked up again, rescued, saved. And now she is mine.
Monday, June 8, 2009
This my hard working student from Bolivia, with whom I spent the last 4 months at school. As you can see Viviana doesn't shy away from hard work! That's Kiddo, a retired dressage horse. He has lost his topline, I don't ride him much anymore. But he's still handsome.
Here they are the happy couple. My first penny wooden bride and groom.
Come and see all my new things on Wednesday the 10th. I will be at school in the morning so I will answer emails in the order I receive them.
Posted by Kingfisher Farm at 5:17 PM
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
At last! On PFATT Marketplace I will have new dollies. So mark your calendar. I have some new girls, purses, collages and introducing.....drumroll please.... A GENTLEMAN!!! It's going to be so exciting! All decked out in vintage finery, I have used all kinds of lovely bits of trinkets and trims, all old, all soft and subtle.
Posted by Kingfisher Farm at 7:21 AM