Another custom order completed

I really enjoy the challenge of a custom order. Matching requested colours, combining my style with the customer's style.

This one is for a little girl with big blue eyes. The cute fabric for her dress is from Retro Mummy.
I have to tell you about the hair. The customer requested a "deep honey" colour which was somewhat challenging to find. At The Craft Circle I found this handspun wool that has the most gorgeous  
warm, earthy tones of brown and gold. It suits the doll's warm skin most beautifully.

Alright, enough gushing about dolls!
On the home front I've had 2 sick children this week so not a lot of fun. I'm looking forward to next week doing Easter crafts and preparation. Easter is such a special time, I love the closing of Lent, the beautiful Masses of Holy Week and the joyous celebration of Our Lord's resurrection.

Have a great weekend!


Shan said...

ooooo she is adorable :)

i love love love your creations

willow and moo said...

She is so super cute. That wool for the hair is a great colour.

Clodagh a.k.a. Isra said...

oh that hair is worth the challenge! Hope the kiddies are on the mend soon in time for crafty Easter fun.

naomi said...

what a darling doll!

zofia said...

She is so sweet Kel.
Enjoy all the Easter preparation.
I hope your littlies are on the mend soon.

Little Munchkins said...

Oh my, she is adorable! I love her hair too, well worth the challenge of finding it.

Hope your children are feeling better too.

Quilary said...

Really cute! Her hair is gorgeous. I avoid doll making because I can't make hair look any good. Thanks for showing this beautiful doll.

Gilly said...

super cute as always!

Gill - That British Woman said...

she is adorable.

I enjoyed our Palm Sunday service, very moving. Looking for to Sunday's Service as well.

Gill in Canada

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