As much as it pained me to have to
cut her dress away from her body,
it's not about the dress - it's about the
creative process. And it would have
pained me more to not work with my hands.
Besides, I think she likes her new look!
She carries a Victorian cone, also known
as a "tussie-mussie", filled with
4th of July goodies.
And my girls keep growing.
Found this old Avon after-shave
bottle yesterday. Doesn't it make
make for a unique display piece?
Hmmm...this picture reminds me
of my relationship with my friend, Beth.
She's always been what I call my "Cosmo
Girl" while I'm the Plain Jane who loves
to hear all her stories of travel and adventure!
I attached a sign for the one
doll to hold that reads, "Glorious
Freedom." I ripped the words
out of a 100-year-old hymnal.
The old Civil War photo in the background
is one of Ted's great-uncles.
I think the pictures pulls this vignette all together.
*WHEW*! After dressing all those dolls it
inspires me to take a good hard look at my