Road to recovery!! - Hello blog friends, very recently I suffered a mini stroke, I'm on that slow road to recovery with my loving God beside me holding my hand every step of th...
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|These beautiful altered Charlotte dolls were created by two lovely ladies in my swap group|
To the left the first and last was created by Terri Gordon and the middle one was created
by Debi Huntsman...they did a beautiful job, I love them!...so happy to add them to my collection!
Have a great day! :)
|Private swap...for Terri G.made with pearls & crystals...|
|My finished Glass Heart Pendant for my partner Dawn|
My finished Glass Heart Pendant for my other partner Terri D. Hope you girls have fun wearing them!
Thanks for stopping by today! :)
|An Angel Charlotte for Debi....Terri Gordon is hosting this wonderful swap over at the ~Marie Antoinette~ group and I've gone Charlotte nuts! I now have a small collection of these fun altered dolls... making them all unique in themselves with added vintage parts. I used a small vintage shaker and 2 small drawer knobs for this one. She stands 3 1/2 inches tall.|
I will share all of them with you if I can ever stop making them long enough to take more photos! Thanks again for stopping by today! :)
|I'm so sorry to be away from my blog lately...but I'm happy to be back again to share with you another altered Charlotte. I have made her out of 2 Crystal drawer knobs, with moveable arms. She stands 3" tall this was made from an old doll head that had been buried in Germany in the early 1900's and was excavated I have cleaned her up and she looks pretty now.There is an on going desire to find these broken doll heads and create something with them....|
I will be in a swap soon hosted by Terri Gordon we will be altering vintage salt & pepper shakers made from these old doll heads. That will be a swap I will be looking forward to! so stay close I will be sharing them with you!
Thanks for stopping by today :)
|Laura's mini matchbox swap...I have learned so much from Laura Carsons Tutorial on these adorable Chests. I'm so addicted and couldn't stop at just one...I also made another one for my partner Lynn, which I will show later.|
The paper I used was K&Company one of my favorites. The drawers come out and you can put little things inside.
I added different papers on the back and painted the legs in antique silver. Thank you Laura for your awesome Tutorial. It was easy to understand and create!
Thank you everyone who have visited my blog and added such nice comments. I appreciate all of you!
Have a great day! :)