Sunday, February 7, 2010

Day 150: Whew! A Few!

I took WAY too many photos today.  A few things were going on.

First:  More snow:

Then a few Valentine's Day photos.  A friend lent the props.  This type of thing isn't really something that I usually do, so it was a bit of an adventure:






AND...
Both dollies are FINISHED!  They're haired and clothed:

Just realized when I see this photo that the dolly's cheeks need a bit of colour.



WHEW!  BUSY day!

11 comments:

sarahandmatt said...

They're darling! I think I like the one of Adam best!

Charlotte said...

That red bird is beautiful. The doll turned out lovely.

Maureen@IslandRoar said...

What cutie pies!
I love that cardinal in the snow. And wow, that doll is awesome!

Allegria said...

I do, too, Sarah. Julia was being a bit...um...distracted, and I kept getting photos with weird angles that made the shape of her face look odd. *shakes head*

Charlotte: Thanks! I've gone kind of cardinal crazy this winter, I'm afraid.

Maureen: I'm pretty pleased with the dollies. And I love that Julia loves them so much. There are very few things that she has taken to in a big way. The dolls appear to be the ticket, thank goodness.

suzicate said...

Love the cardinal. Great job on the dolly...looks just like her! Great pics!

Joyce said...

Love the cardinal in the tree. Almost as she/he is posing just for you. I so adore the little sweethearts posing for their valentine too. xo

unabridgedgirl said...

I love, love, love the picture of the bird in the snow. That reminds me of Robert Frost's poem...forgot the name...but it's about a bird that is happy, despite winter.

unabridgedgirl said...

I love, love, love the picture of the bird in the snow. That reminds me of Robert Frost's poem...forgot the name...but it's about a bird that is happy, despite winter.

Kim Living Life said...

Beautiful shots the cardinal we don't have them here it is beautiful. And what a great processing job. I have two beautiful nadmade dolls like this a friend made for my 4oth, they depict her and me, colouring and stuff so cute. http://kim-kath.blogspot.com/2009/11/made-with-love.html will show you the pics.

ρομπερτ said...

These picture for sure do reflect the love they do receive.

Kathryn said...

So cute! Love the photo of the kids sticking out their tongues!

And the dolls are beautiful! Just fabulous!