Thursday, September 9, 2010

New Minis!!!

Hello friends!!!*grin*

Please meet my new minis!!!
Firstly I am showing you my Victorian lady. She is a petite lady that stood about 5" tall prior sitting. I had planned to make her standing but because the Borzoi dog is such an elegant dog I thought that they would pair but with his position she would look best sitting.

His is my first Borzoi dog. It is always a lot of fun to make a different breed!

Now, these are my newly little girls! I can not tell you how much I enjoy to make each one of them!!!*grin*
The roombox was a special order that Amy from Showroom made for me. I still have to decorate but I have already added the curtains and a little fairytale table that I recently made and painted.
These girls are sisters...can you tell??? *grin*
All these will be listed on ebay this weekend.
Thank you for visiting me and also don't be a stranger!! I (((LOVE))) to hear your comment!!!


Susanne said...

Your dolls are just fabulous, but I am getting totally lost when I see the animals. The way, t hat dog is looking at her, and that cat is lying around in your houses. Gosh! They are fantastic.
My own cat is an ordinary european cat, not gray and white but black and white and very old and worn in fact...a house is not complete without an animal, I think ;-0)
Love, Susanne

Ascension said...

Patricia,pasar por tu blog es estar todo el rato con "la boca abierta" Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
La dama te ha quedado tan elegante y preciosa, el perrito es una maravilla y hacen una pareja encantadora.
Y tus niñas......que te voy a decir, parecen niñas de verdad en miniatura, consigues darles unas poses que parecen reales y ademas las caras son tan expresivas.
Como me toque la loteria, pienso conseguir un monton de personajes jejejejejejeje
Enhorabuena, eres una gran artesana...por cierto cuando reciban la habitacion van a quedarse alucinados, es tan bonita!!!!
besitos ascension

Clara said...

Estas haciendo unos personajes divinos. La mujer con su perro tan elegante y estas niñas en la ecena que te han encargado son una delicia para la vista. Son muy dulces. Me encantan.
Besos Clara

cockerina said...

every time I pass by your blog, I am ecstatic! many wonderful creations you made! I really like the expressions of the dancers and sisters! that small is sweet!
the last dog is spectacular! what you covered the bodies of animals? wool?
many compliments, you have extreme patience!
kisses, Caterina

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Tita,

What beauty there is here...your music even speaks the beauty of these dolls. My "music" of the ocean is in the background, playing along side your lovely violin. Peace and creativity from ABOVE reside here dear one. Bisous, Nita

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Dear Pat
Your Victorian lady is beautiful.. I love her deep blue gown.. What a lovely setting.. Great workmanship on your Borzoi dog.. Your little ones.. awwww they are just so very sweet!
Amy's roombox is beautiful..
Enjoy your evening
Blessings, Penny

The Old Maid said...

Another collection of beautiful miniatures! Great dog! Love the Victorian lady and the little sister:)And the roombox of course!:)

klara said...

Hello, All of it is beautifull the girls and de lady, but I adore the dog

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Tita!!! Good morning dearest! Did you sleep well? After my first week back to school and waking up at 3:00am, I slept in this morning up to a whopping here I am, having found your sweet comment!!! YES!!! YOU SAW TEA RAT DANCING!!!! Teeheee! I am so glad you enjoyed your soccer trip to see Becca; she must be a marvel to watch my dear....well, it is Friday, and I bet we are all happy. I KNOW I AM!!!

I send you much love and wishes for a magnificent weekend ma belle amie! Nita

Trolineke said...

Wow, beautiful creations.
I like the dog and what a beautiful lady.

Christel Hutson said...

beautiful minis Pat! You just amaze me! The dog looks so real! I emailed you. I was so glad to hear from you. Love Christel

Josje said...

I don't know what's going on, I keep losing my comments so here it is again: Wonderful, both the dolls and the dog!