Saturday, December 5, 2009

My first doll ~ Noelle / Horse and Buggy

I can hardly believe that I finally finished my first 1:12 porcelain doll. Please meet Noelle!*grin*
Noelle was made from my own mold and fired a total of 9 times in a kiln. Seven layers of china paints and lots of love. I have the time of my life making her. She is now available at eBay. Click the first picture to view the auction and read more about her!*smiles*





I also have been working on few horses..... I made 3 horses but only finished this one because I was anxious to make a buggy for him and also to create a harness. Please click on the picture to view the auction and read all the details about him .
















10 comments:

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh my dearest,
I have been having too much fun staying up making things that I need to get to bed, but I saw your email that I will answer tomorrow, but I have to say that I rejoice with you in your happiness and joy over finishing Noelle! SHE IS JUST STUNNING! Everything about her is exquisite! Her face, the cloths, the color and THAT HORSE AND BUGGY???!!! You always amaze me, always! I will now look at the auction and get back to you tomorrow! Bisous, Anita

Dessa Rae said...

Noelle is so beautiful!! So graceful and demure!!
You are such a talented artist! It seems as though you can sculpt or make anything. Your horse is amazing as well as the buggy.

Christel Hutson said...

Perfection! Amazing details! Noelles face is just beautiful, and her dress!!! what else can one say other than WOW

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Ah how I love coming to see you and Noelle! And that horse...what is his name? :)

How I just love to see your comments my friend; yes, isn't that Pannettone just a marvelous work of culinary art? I am so glad that you have fond memories of this luscious dessert! I was not able to present as many photos as I had wanted, but I did want to honor my dear friends and their cultural heritage during this global event. Even though there are many who do not BELIEVE, it is undeniably true that we are all connected and that Christ came to unite us all. How happy I am to know such a fine person as yourself and may you enjoy that wonderful bread when your family arrives to celebrate!!! Bisous ma chère, Anita

Artisan of Ocala said...

I love the carriage! very delicate wheels and spokes.

miniaturist59 said...

Wow!! Fabulous work!! Totally enchanting!

Patricia Cabrera said...

Hi Kiva~ ((( thank you so much for visiting me))) I warmly welcome you!*grin*
I have been back at your blog and I still can not get over your work-It is FANTASTIC! Your food is so realistic is very hard to beleive is miniature! Your blog is my newest *treat*!Smiles~

Patricia Cabrera said...

Hello Artisan of Ocala~ It is a honor for me to have your visit! Thank you kindly~Absolutely LOVE your homes!*grin*

Patricia Cabrera said...

I think I am answering this in a backward order!!!!!

Patricia Cabrera said...

my dearest Anita , Dessa and Christel~ your comments and visit means teh word to me!!!!!!!!!!((((tahnk you , thank you)))))warm hugs~