Tuesday, July 13, 2010

**Christmas in July**



Firtly let me confess that I *forgot* to add eyebrows to my St.Nicks, but then again, I am notorious for always forgetting something...*grin*!
I start making this dolls early this year and only recently I had the desire to dress them. They are quite different and unique. There are a lot details that is difficult to photograph and in way I like the winner of its auction to enjoy the * little * surprises. *grin*
If you want to read more , please click at my auction button to link to the ebay listings.
Thank you so much for stopping by and specially for leaving me a note. All bloggers know how much is a delight to readone's thoughts.














































4 comments:

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Good evening my dearest....you are precious. Your pieces all are special because you love them all. When someone receives their purchase, they are receiving you and that is what makes your wares so special. I so admire all of you....Penny, you, Christel, and Rose from b.b. Flocking....the amount of work and care that each one of you puts into your art is an unforgettable experience that I have had the pleasure to know.

BRAVO!!!! Nita

Christel Hutson said...

Dear Pat, what glorius Santas you have created. I think my favorite picture is of the Santa looking through the window, it reminds me of my siblings and I watching out the window, waiting, and looking for Santa arrival! The country Santas coat is fabulous! I love the tattered and worn look you have given him. Both so creative. I agree with Anita, anyone who receives your wonderful creations recieve as well a piece from your heart! A Lovely gift for sure. Love, xoxo Christel

Bonnie said...

Is it Christmas already Patricia? Wonderful Santas, I think I like the one with the white Christmas tree the best. Oh, and I love the kitties you have on the left of your blog. So cute!

Hope you are enjoying your week, Bonnie

The Old Maid said...

Great Santas! I love the one on the first photo above! Beautiful work!