Friday, May 1, 2009

Finishes and thank you!

Let me start by saying thanks to those who commented on my last post.

I was able to find them at Ace and actually went to 2 different stores to buy them out! Our Dollar Tree doesn't carry them as I look every time I go in there, unless I'm looking in the wrong spot!

Ive been busting my butt to get some things made up for an upcoming show in June and finish up this order for my SIL. Seems ALL I do is craft but get nothing done! Not sure how that works?!!!!

Weather comes and goes but I'm not complaining, I'm just glad the nicer weather IS coming! My flowers are starting to bud out, just a few days ago they were barely peeking out of the ground!!

Thank you Wendy and Linda for mentioning my "girls" on your blogs! That was very nice of you both:) I have ALOT of fun creating dolls especially.



Well my time is up,
you all have a nice weekend!


Pattern from TRP


Pattern from Kim Kohler, the bunny I just changed up a little


Uncle Sam is just like the black one I did

11 comments:

This Country Girl said...

Hi Jenn,

You always amaze me with your creations! I really really love that first one with the crow and flag! Gosh, you're so talented!

Have a great weekend!
Tammy

Wendy said...

Oh I LOVE them all Jenn!! I wish I could get one of everything!!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!:0)~Wendy

Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

Hi Jenn - Those are so prim! Each one has a personality all it's own. Great job!

hugs, Linda

Prim's by Kim said...

They are wonderfully beautiful =D Very nice work.

basketsnprims said...

Jen,
They are all just wonderful. You do such an awesome job. Have a great weekend.
Pam

TeresaM said...

I love all of them!!!

Teresa

Backwoodsprim said...

You go girl!!
You sure have been keeping busy haven't you?
Hope you sell tons at the craft show!!!! :)
I have one tomorrow...praying for the rain to hold off until we return home again....

Take Care,
Backwoodsprim

Blondie ~ Vintage Primitives said...

You have been such a busy gal! Love what you have created! Glad to know that Spring is finally here.
Always blessed,
Blondie

Raggedy Angel said...

Wow...all those all wonderful.
My curtain is simply 2 yards of ostenburg fabric ( not sure I spelled it right ) I just sewed a rod pocket at the top, put it on a tension rod, put a peice of twine over the top of the rod and pull up the curtain and tie. So simple....but I love the look!
Beth

Linda said...

I love them all. Your talent is endless. I don't have the dexterity I used to. I can still stitch, though and it brings me great relaxation!
I do love my doll and am so proud of her. Thank you!

Linda said...

I love them all. Your talent is endless. I don't have the dexterity I used to. I can still stitch, though and it brings me great relaxation!
I do love my doll and am so proud of her. Thank you!