Saturday, August 31, 2013

Making Paper Dolls!

Oh, I think I have Blogger's contrary ways sorted out, yay! Just been having a little play with Brandon Mably's Paper Dolls - just love them!

 Here's Dolly 1 - made from Kaffe Fabrics and a random background - lot of fun! I'm never going to grow up even if I have to grow older!
 Don't you love Denyse Schmidt's Florence? I have fat quarters in the coral ...
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and the blue - I think  I prefer the blue - but then again ...


These days I'm a creature who loves her comforts! Though this is not us - here's a beautiful pic of a beautiful spot  where we camped at in East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia. Strictly 4WD 
country and possibly inaccessible these days as it is Aboriginal Land. I'm so happy I spent the 17 years there between 1977 and 1994!
Hope you are all enjoying your weekend!
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10 Lovely People said ...:

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Love those doll Lurline....looks like a fantastic spot,,

Stephanie said...

A lovely piece of earth! Your dollies are adorable.

Pokey said...

The dollies are so sweet! I agree, do not ever grow out of projects that bring smiles ~
:-}pokey

Karen H said...

Hello Lurline! What a spectacular picture - so pristine!

Your paper dolly is adorable; a bunch of them would make a lovely quilt for a lucky little girl. As for the DS fabrics I love the coral collection!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Cute, cute, cute dollies Lurline!

Julie Fukuda said...

There you go, flashing new ideas before my eyes again! Love it!

Carla said...

That quilt is about the cutest thing I have ever seen!!

Mistea said...

Those dolly's are sweet. No point growing up if you don't have to!
Those are beautiful pictures you've shared of the peninsula, it must have been amazing to be there for an extended period.
Enjoy your pretty fabric.

Stina Blomgren said...

Welcome back..... Love your paper dolls... 😊And I also smiled when I saw your notes on Florence... Waiting for mine to come in the mailbox next week....and I also love the blue bundle better... I think... πŸ˜‰

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Very cute Lurline! What a very special place you lived in ...lovely photo!