Jester Pete has found a home.

He'll be headed to California in the morning.  Live long and prosper, Pete.



Introducing Juliet

I've always wanted to try a Queen Anne type doll.  So I took the basic body pattern from Dixie Redmond's Izannah Walker dolls, altered it to have a long thin body, arms and legs (I call the pattern "Tall Doll") and sculpted the face w/ paperclay. She stands just under 19" tall.

I hope Juliet finds a good home at the doll show this weekend.


Slowly but surely...

This blog, and the dream it represents, is coming together.  Throughout the last several months, my goals and plans have begun to coalesce in a way that amazes me, after years of dabbling in what seemed like every art known to human kind...

It feels so good to see a direction, the culmination of so many skills learned, of so many arts loved and put aside.  Now I can put them all together, with a vision.

Melodrama is not my style, but for some reason, today maybe I can indulge a bit.  I can finally see it happening, though it's still a little fuzzy around the edges.
I can see it!



I can't get by with Shabby Chic at home, but I can get by with it here.  New wallpaper--check. 

The new selling blog is under way...

I'm still trying to decide whether or not to bother with borrowed backgrounds or just stick with stock for easy loading.  In the meantime, I'll get this all set up with paypal buttons, Etsy and Ebay links, etc.  Thank you for visiting, and I hope you'll return to see developments.