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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Faith and begora some St. Patty treasure

I was getting ready to open my Etsy shop back up...I know it's been off line since New Year....I've been working on a project for a new etsy site, but that's for another post...anyway, I wanted to show a couple new things here before placing them on the site.
This bonnie lass was fun to create.
I coiffed her long curls and topped them with a hat of crocheted and beaded flowers. Her apron is a 1940's hand-crocheted potholder and the little charm she holds says, 'make a wish...'
The skirt is a 1930's hankie that has a daffodil motif.













Then I created an oversized sachet pillow
















I used a 1950's green linen hankie with machine-embroidered daisies for the front and the back is vintage green linen material. The cute little dress is a hand-crocheted 1940's potholder. The bodice of the dress holds the sweet scented potpourri. These Spring pretties are perfect for St. Patrick's Dayand are $24.99 each. These will be on my etsy site soon, but if your interested in them send me an e-mail at melody@brownginghamcreations.com

4 comments:

Shirley said...

Hi Melody, How is your weather? We hit 52 degrees today. I have been a little under the weather, but I am feeling better. I am having to share my computer so I am a little behind. I really like your doll. she looks so cool with her handerchief skirt. Hope all is well with you. Your Missouri Friend

Meri Wiley said...

Hi Melody,

Your doll looks so feminine and fun. Thanks for sharing her with us.

Hugs,
Meri

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Soooo pretty, Melody...the doll is a lovely lass in green!
♥, Susn

Martha said...

Kansas was a free state -- but we're close enough to Missouri that we often eat "southern"!!!