Hi Stacy,Just so you know... I've awarded you a little award on my blog called the Liebster Award, as I think your blog is so adorable.Have a little look...Cheers.Binduformygirlnina.blogspot.com
hi, i have been givin the challenge to make 2 dolls out of duct tape! i love the dolls that u made with the suitcase!! i was wondering if u think u could follow the same pattern but instead of using fabric u could use duct tape! good thing i have until christmas to make these. i was also wondering if the clothes could be made out if duct tape. thanks, holly
Stacy, I was getting a little bummed out that I hadn't seen you post much on your other blog. But I am so glad I found some stuff of yours on pinterest and it connected me here. I really love reading about all your creations and your precious family. Miss you guys!
Hi Stacy, I check you blog every so often after making my purchase some time ago through your shop. I just moseyed on over to your instagram page yesterday out of curiosity and saw the sad news. Please accept the sadness of a perfect stranger sharing in your loss. And I sincerely hope you don't regret having sent the announcement out, without it we wouldn't be able to comfort you in your time of loss.
I've just come across your idea for the doll suitcase - so sweet! I made something like the Black Apple doll for a friend's little daughter, but I'm having some trouble with the clothing - it hasn't turned out as nicely as yours. Would you, maybe, possibly, maybe be willing to post some instructions or patterns for the doll clothes you made? I Googled "make doll clothes" just now and encountered a lot of frilly weirdness, so that proved to be not a successful strategy.
Hi Emma! I get asked this often and unfortunately I didn't make any master patterns when I made the clothes for our doll - I just kind of figured it out with trial and error. Good luck!
Great name girl! I love a braid bun that I pinned from you a long time ago but I want the "how to's" Where do I go for these?
Hi Stacy! The how-to for the braid bun is on that post... just written instructions. It's pretty easy just do two braids braided toward the back of your head, tie them in a knot, and pin!
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