Last Saturday was the doll show. I have been going to this show for four years now. There are many different dealers showcasing dolls that are new to very, very old and expensive, dolls that I could only dream to add to my tiny collection. Tossed in between the booths these booths are the booths with the old dolls and accessories that you could find at a flea market. . .but sometimes you can find a little treasure buried in the pile of "junk". . .I found a sweet little doll coat, very old and very well made, faded to a soft red made of flannel and trimmed with a tiny braid and two little red buttons. This little coat was too sweet to leave behind, I said I was not going to buy anything since we are having the crown moulding and other things done around here, but for $1.00 I could not leave it there.
I entered two of my original Raggedy Ann style dolls. They won a blue ribbon and a certificate. The judge thought they were actually very old dolls, this made me happy because that is the look I go for! They had been put in the antique/old doll category! I had to clear up this mistake. Below are a couple of photos from the doll show and a photo of one of my dolls that I plan to list on eBay. The other one I am not ready to part with.
Today is the start of the work in my home. . .I will try tomorrow to post the photos of the mess in my house. . .I do not deal well with a mess let alone a BIG mess! I have often said I could not live through a big remodel. I cannot wait until they finish and it will look great and worth it in the end! Installing crown moulding is something I could never do by myself, first I would not have the tools and second my arms and hands would stop working after the second section was added. I have two men here now, this is a job for teamwork for sure.
I hope everyone has a great day. . .until next time,♥♥♥♥♥
Hugs and Blessing,