Monday, November 30, 2009

More Paper Dolls

Happy belated Thanksgiving to all of you here in the U.S. Did you have a good one? Mine was pretty cushy, I have to admit... didn't have to drive anywhere (family came to see me), didn't have to cook anything (the Farmboy did it), didn't have to wash a single dish (thanks to the MIL). I made the comment, that maybe surgery was the way to go just before every Thanksgiving and that sweet Farmboy said "NO!" He would rather make Thanksgiving dinner, again, than for me to have to have surgery again. Love that guy!

Okay, on to the pretties!

I've shown you the paper dolls I created for the Bella Paper Doll Swap (hosted by the sweet sister duo Carol and Elizabeth of Parasols & Mary Janes) here. Now let me show you what I received!

From Amy Powers of Inspire Company.

Sweet little thing, isn't she?! I was fortunate to meet Amy in a little boutique, down the street from the hotel, and she is just as sweet and charming as her little creation!

From Robin Sanchez.

Talk about being excited when I pulled this one out of the bag! I had found and linked her in my first doll post, if you remember. I didn't realize she was going to Silver Bella, much less in the swap!


From Lonnie Jenck of My Farmgirl Life.

Such a lovely Prom Queen and great packaging too!


From Kara Ward of My Studio Pink.
(thank you Wanda :P)

This Marie is fabulously dimensional, with her shadow box dress! So much to see in this one... love it!

From one of my Texas Bella sisters, Susan Skinner.

Isn't she such a sweetie! I'm pretty sure her robes are made from a dryer sheet... how resourceful and creative it that?!

Well, there you go! I think they all are just great and ready to be hung up in the studio.

Wishing you a beautiful Monday!

13 comments:

Lori said...

those are all so sweet...i love swaps like this where you can see everyone's individual style...and how they put their spin on a theme!!!

Wanda said...

I don't want to be a huge wench, but Kara Ward's blog isn't that one..that is Jen K's. Her blog is www.mystudiopink.blogspot.com. Those dolls are all so cute. :)

Alisa said...

Oh shoot! I knew that! Sorry.

Sandy Michelle said...

It's great that you had such a relaxing Thanks Giving! I am loving those paper dolls!

Marianne@Songbird said...

These dolls are so adorable. I can just imagine how much fun it was to receive them.
Good on you to have such a relaxing Thanksgiving. You deserve it!

Charlene said...

Alisa, I am so glad you are feeling better & that everyone is being so sweet to you while you recovered. Thank you for sharing all these sweet dolls you got at Silver Bellas! I know you guys had soooooooooo much fun. Wish i could have gone.

Sharon's Cottage Quilts said...

Hi Alisa!! I'm so happy that you had a wonderful holiday...pretty carefree, eh? Bless that darling hubby of yours for doing the cooking too! Keep getting better and better. I'm thinking about you!! Blessings! Sharon

Stephanie said...

Oh my goodness the cuteness is incredible. Alisa you had better hang onto that farmboy, what a sweetheart he is!!

Brandy Faulkner said...

Alisa,

I'm so glad your feeling better! Thats so wonderful you had help. Thanks for your comment on my blog. It helped!
xoxo,
Brandy

FILIGREE MOON said...

So glad you continue to heal so quickly. Keep that up! Thanks for sharing the fabulous paper dolls ~ so much fun! ~ Angela

Margaret said...

These are so gorgeous!! I love Marie and her wonderful dress the best! M

cindy said...

They are all so beautiful and not that I'm partial to the Texan, but that's OUR Susie! LOL. She did so pretty, I gotta say, she's my fave!

:D

-c
yapping cat

Nina said...

OH!!! So beautiful!! They are absolutely scrumptious!