About miniatures, cats, stitching and more miniatures and cats !
Ik moest meteen aan 'Het meisje met de zwavelstokjes' denken, ondanks dat het meisje een jongetje is en dat er geen zwavelstokjes te zien zijn. ;-)Je verzint er vast een leuk verhaal omheen.
Eerst een kat-veilige en hulp-veilige plaats zien te vinden...Tiffany is dol op dit speelgoed, al plak ik ze nog ze nog zo goed vast, dat is gewoon een extra uitdaging. En voor ik het weet, rent ze er het hele huis mee door....Dus we denken nog even na.
Hello Elly,They are beautiful. The clothes are wonderfully made. Enjoy the sorting.Big hugGiac
Hi Giac, Great to see you again! Yes, agree with you, her dolls are wonderful. Think I need to make an additional outdoor scene apart from the one I am going to make this week. The poor dollies cannot stand in front of my houses, since kitty sees them as an open inviation to play with them...:(
Hi, I have enjoyed browsing your blog. Can I have a favourite doll? So far unnamed by you but made by Debbie Dixon-Paver. Also nice to put a face to Josje!The girls playing leap frog are amazing too. No wonder you must keep them out of the way of your cat!Regards and all the Best for 2016.Janine
Thank you Janine, both for your lovely compliments and for your wishes; all the best for you, too in 2016 . Yes, my cats have this view of regarding everything that can be moved by them as their own special toys, I am afraid, so all my dolls houses have to be closed , as well , no open backs here. When they were small, they even walked into the front door , went up the stairs and curled themselves up on a bed ( bed was a total loss :-) ) . So when I have kittens around nowadays, I block the doors to prevent that ......
More lovely dolls Elly, where will they be used? They have lots of character.
Don't quite know yet, Sandra, would love to put them somewhere outside, but that is decidedly NOT kitty-proof :-) !