So anyway. You know how I go through those "I'm a sucky mom!" "I'm a hands on mom!" kicks? Well she's at it again, folks. This time it's more like "I'm an all natural faux homeschooling mom who only participates in all things warm, fuzzy and mother earth-ish."
The fruits of my labor:
JA! How cute is he?! Please realize that this is my first Waldorf (or any other type, for that matter) doll and I'm hooked. So hopefully my future dolls will look less like they've just had their wisdom teeth out and more like this (this is what I was going to use for Wordless Wednesday...):
no, wait, maybe they are very similar. My babies are very fat. Very Fat. And I like to dress them as close to a fat Buffalo Jills as possible. OH that's a joke. That outfit was painted on her.
So back to the dolls. My friend taught me how to make the heads, which are the hardest part. Then I stumbled on this site which gives free tutorials et cetera. I'm so excited to make dolls for our doll house, and more little snuggly dolls. WHO KNOWS. Maybe I'll get good enough to actually sell these little beauties!?
The morning after I finished my doll my three year old came in and woke me up and said, "mommy! I love my doll!" uh, super cute and Mr Incredible shed a tear or two. Don't tell him I said that.
this one goes for $125 on Etsy. I will be a millionaire.
Lastly, my parent's are away for the weekend at the Sheep and Wool convention in Baltimore. a) they're picking me up so high quality doll hair wool stuff b) I'm not kidding. They took a plane.
I'll post more pics of my up and coming dolls, and hopefully some with hair, too. Because you carrrrre.