Sunday, March 28, 2010

Queen anne Inspired dolls to come

I hope everyone is enjoying this most WONDERFUL day in Spring!!!! Although the sun has only peeked out a couple of times, the day is still very fine out!!! I am loving this.
I had the ladies out today getting their pictures taken for their up and coming Spring debut in the Queen Anne Inspired style. Claudette dressed in her new dress from Paris will be visiting over at Simply Primitives, and Margaret ( The Eternal Widow) will be visiting at Early work Mercantile. Now both ladies are scheduled to visit on the first of April, but both ladies are fearing they could be made into fools, So I would be watching for them the night before on March 31st. The ladies hope you will pop in and visit for while. They both dearly love to chat and drink their tea.
I have had to wear ear plug around these two chatty pair. Just when you think they are done they start in on something new.
God Bless!!!!


Susan McShannon-Monteith said...

They are both stunning Julie and it would be hard to choose but I'm partial to a ladye in black...
Enjoy your beautiful day.
Susan x

The French Bear said...

Yes, I love the one in black!!!
Margaret B

Robin's Egg Bleu said...

Oh Julie, gorgeous as always! Your talent is amazing!

Kim from The Sheep's Nest said...

Julie these are beautiful. I love the fabric on the Spring colored one! Thanks for always visiting my blog and leaving the nicest comments, truly appreciated! hugs,Kim

June said...

OOOh Claudette and Margaret are both so beautiful. Your little widow is a pretty little thing, I don't think she will be single long...I adore them both Julie.

Atticbabys said...

Yes I agree, the spring is splendid! As are your pretty little ladies!

Julie said...

Oh, you have to get up pretty early in the morning to be in the running to adopt these lovelies! They were each happily on their way home by the time I found them on their first outing! So wonderful - your dolls are beautiful - Claudette really is amazingly beautiful! Her dress is so lovely, I couldn't have waited for Easter, either!

Julie said...

Your work is incredible as always,so much thought put into the detail,I could never decide,they are all lovely,love their stories too,makes them come alive,phylliso

Dolls from the Attic said...

Dear Julie...What beautiful work you do! I love Queen Anne dolls and all the primitives, as ayou can seee for my blog, they are my passion. Thank so much for visiting and following, I am very glad I found your blog as well. Keep up the good work!
Big Hugs

Unknown said...

I have never seen such beautiful artwork as your dolls. I am amazed at how they hold so much history, beauty, sadness and seem to evoke a soul of their own. You are a truly gifted artist. I stumbled upon your blog while scrolling with the next blog tab. This is something I have never seen before, historic inspired doll making. Incredible. Please keep creating!