Saturday, February 27, 2010

A lady and her hat

Actually two ladies and their hats. Meet Sarah wearing her favorite yellow bonnet.She is coming to Simply Primitives.
Meet Anna, wearing her new bonnet loaded with frills. She will be at Early Work mercantile.
http://www.earlyworkmercantile.com/

These are the first of the spring ladies for the year, but most certainly not the last. I have spring fever and working on these ladies bonnet only made me long for it even more.
I named Sarah after one of my favorite books and television movie, Sarah plain and tall. As I was working on the yellow bonnet the only thing that kept coming to mind was Glenn Closes voice telling them in the letter that she will arrive by train and she would be wearing a yellow bonnet. I also must admit I was hearing one more thing in my head. From the Easter parade, " in her Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it, she'll be the grandest lady in the Easter Parade"
Well her hat really isn't all that frilly, so I started in on Anna's hat with frills in mind.
I hope all is well and Thank you so much for taking the time to look,
God Bless,
Julie

6 comments:

phylliso said...

The dolls are beautiful,phylliso

Atticbabys said...

As always, just amazing in all their springy attire Julie! LOVE the bonnets!

Hugs,
Nan

Christine LeFever said...

Sweet, Julie, for that you are. Your dolls reflect your kind and gentle nature as well. And their beauty is incomparable. The bonnets are exquisite.

Christine

Old World Primitives said...

Sarah is so exquisitely pretty! I especially love the trim on her bonnet and dress.

Stephanie

Doreen said...

Beautiful Julie :)

Hugs, Doreen

Pastor Ton said...

God bless you!!!
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Pastor Ton Rodrigues
Brazil