Monday, January 29, 2007

Just an Old-fashioned Girl

I just had to work on this gal last night. Once I got started and posted the basic photo of the parts put together, I realized what I wanted to do. Here she is from the front:



And then I had to take a bit of a side shot, so you can see Shashi's charming hat a little better:


Incidentally, I found out from a comment in yesterday's post that the body was made by Sherry. I'm pleased with how it all came together. Amazing, really, when you think of all the different parts coming from different places. As pleased as I am with every part, I especially have to thank Cherie Day for her lovely face. A great face just makes a doll, doesn't it?

10 comments:

Kai said...

Oh! The lace on her body & flower around her face look terrific! Great touches! I especially like the beads coming from the spout! She turned out beautifully!

Linda said...

Wonderful....I know you had fun bringing her to life.
auntie Linda

Shashi Nayagam said...

She is beautiful. Wow I love all the parts, they go together so well.

Linda said...

Pretty Pretty! What a lovely teapot lady.
Linda F from FL

Fran said...

She's lovely. I know you had fun with her. I haven't put mine together yet. Well, I have her parts pinned on.
Love & Hugs
Fran

JudiA said...

My parts have arrived but I haven't gotten to them yet -- now I am inspired. She is just SO PRETTY!

JudiA

Judi W. said...

What a beauty - your added touches were just perfect!

Sherry Goshon said...

She turnned out wonderful and yepper I did make the body (I bodies for Nita who's mom was very ill at the time which means she will get parts also just doesn't know it yet lol) glad you had fun and yepper I do think it's amazing how the parts all blend well...

Kerry said...

Very pretty Sue, I'm a little jealous that I didn't do this swap.(-:

Duane and Nancy said...

I found this very interesting, having different components made by different people and assembling to create the doll. Very pretty doll too!