Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Litlle Princess , Dancer r& Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dog

Hello dear readers & friends~*grin*

I don't know where you all live, but here in NC the weather is getting hotter everyday. We have been harvesting tomatoes, Okra , zucchini , squash , broccoli , green beans and sorts of others almost every other day .

Although I enjoy sculpting, I have not been able to do a lot lately because of the farm demands but these little girls were a pure joy to make.*grin*

I also did the chair. This chair was originally a vintage chair that I sanded down and re-did it. The gold is real gold and I use the leafing process in which is much different than painting with liquid gold. I did the upholstery with a gorgeous silk that I bought from a a German lady that I meet at a doll show last year.

Little Princess is dressed in the same silk.

They will be listed at eBay shortly.The dog is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. He's coat is a dual naturally colored wool.
Thank you for visiting me!!!






































































17 comments:

The Old Maid said...

I love the dog! The little princess is a cutie and has great tiara and shoes:)

Margaret said...

Wow, your little Princess is adorable with her little chubby legs and the King Charles spaniel also.

Christel Hutson said...

Dear Pat, as always, just stunning work! The details are amazing. Love the chubbiness of the little girl, and the dog looks so real! wonderful my friend, just wonderful! xoxo Christel

Ewa said...

Princess is cute, the dog-beautiful and the chair-so precise.I admire Your miniatures!

miniacollection said...

The dog is wonderful. The princess is sweet.
Here in Orléans we at last feel like it's summer.
Geneviève

KC-Design said...

The dolls are so cute, oh I LOVE that outstanding King Charles Spaniel!
Wonderful work.
Hugs,
Karin

Ascension said...

Me encanta la bailarina, es una preciosidad y em encantan las posiciones que les haces, son muy reales, tiene una cara muy dulce!!!!!
El peroo no podia haberte quedado mas real, el conjunto un expectaculo.
besitos ascension

Bonnie said...

Hi Patricia, the detail of your work never ceases to amaze me. I am spellbound!

Bonnie

Christel Hutson said...

I dont know how I missed the little dark haired dancer, but she is SO sweet Pat! You are amazing lady. The clay comes alive in your hands. The children always look so sincere. xoxo Christel

Nika said...

przepiękna laleczka!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

wonderful work!!!

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Dear Pat

They are so precious... I love your dolls.. and what an amazing job you did with King Charles Spaniel.. I love what you have done with the chair. I had used gold leaf years ago.. Yes, much different than using gold leaf paint yes? I had tiny pieces floating away from me..
So you did see the bunny in the clouds! Ok, then I have not lost my mind.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh my dearest, I have missed you much of what you have been doing....I am back now, and I will be able to relish the fun and enchantment of your work. This spaniel along with the little girls and that chair are exquisite. THANK YOU FOR SHARING YOUR GIFTS WITH US!!! Bisous, Nita

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Tita my dear, it is always complete when I see a comment from you...it was a great visit with everyone, and connecting with Penny was so fun and like a dream! We couldn't believe that we were sitting there with Ruben, eating lunch!!! We went to the most darling old town and the antique stores were everywhere. Oh I wish I could see you....somehow, someway, God will provide a way to see each other. As I look on your blog here, I can see that you have been busy. I can only image how life is on the farm. I hope everyone is well and that each day, you are having that God-given joy fill your heart. Wow, as I look to my left and see the dog above the polar bear, it seems as if I am looking at a REAL dog! Your magical light never dims.

Much love, Nita

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Heehheeee! You visited Nowhere and saw Tea Rat in his dilemna....I am fine. I am not a sun bunny, so I stay out of the sun, but Tea Rat, in his naked state stayed out too long in the hot California sun! Thanks for the Emu oil remedy however, I would imagine that it is wonderful!!!! :) Oh, I visited Kate's blog!!! She is a great writer, Tita!

You must be proud my dearest! Anita

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Tita, when you get a moment, go to my mini blog...I tried something for you, my great teacher of art!!! Your student always, Nita

Margarida Porto said...

Belíssimo trabalho. Fiquei um bom tempo olhando todos os detalhes. Encantada.
Beijos

Jorgelina said...

Una hermosura la pequeña princesa,cada detalle y su tiara es adorable.
Cariños