Thursday, April 29, 2010

Flat Stanley in Texas

My son's class is doing a project where each kid colors in the character "Flat Stanley" from one of their books and then sends it out to someone somewhere else in the country, and that person takes pictures of Flat Stanley doing things that people do in that part of the country.

My awesome friend in Texas is helping out my son with his project, and I love this so much I just had to share this with you. Hope you enjoy it as much as I have. (He wasn't sent to Texas with the cowboy hat, but he somehow acquired one there.)

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Help Wanted - Filled, Thank You!!!

Have one or more Blythe dolls? Love to take pics? Live in the U.S.? Want a free handknitted hat for your Blythe doll? Contact me at

I need someone to model this hat that I have designed and knitted so I am willing to exchange a free hat for lots of pics of your Blythe girl wearing the hat with different backgrounds. I will use these pics to sell my hats. Are you willing and able? I look forward to your response. Thank you:)

This has been filled. Thank you and stay tuned for upcoming designs:)

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Bundle Of Love

It truly made my day to receive this pic from the baby's mommy! I am so excited to share it with you. Introducing her beautiful newborn baby boy sleeping in his elf hat and cocoon which was of course crocheted by me:) He is approximately 21" long and has plenty of room to snuggle up in his cocoon. Seeing him sleep so sweetly in it makes it a definite must have for your newborn bundle of love!

This set is available in all colors.
If you are interested in purchasing an elf hat and a cocoon set, please contact me at

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Salt Dough Hearts

Looking for last minute ideas for Valentine's Day? Me too:) Just came across these and thought it's such a brilliant idea.

We used a small heart-shaped cookie cutter and this standard salt dough recipe: 1/2 cup salt, 1/2 cup warm water, 1 cup flour. My five-year-old enjoyed rolling out the dough and cutting the hearts. Then we poked large holes for the string, baked them at 250 for around two hours (until hard all the way through), painted with acrylic paints and dusted them with glitter while the paint was still wet. Easy!

Please share your last minute crafty Valentine's Day ideas with me here. Thank you.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

New Year, New Designs

Hi everyone,

Sorry it's been a while since my last posting. I have been very busy dreaming up and designing some new things for your Byul, Dal, Pullip and Blythe girls. It's been so much fun brainstorming with my Byul girl who I call Bendyboo. The whole family has learned her name and they think it is perfect as she doesn't really like to stand still:)

Along with the designing process is color selection and it's a tough decision when there are so many gorgeous ones to choose from. Most likely you will see all different colors in my designs. I look forward to sharing them with you in the upcoming months!