November 1, 2008

New for November!

With all the busy-ness and goings on in September I didn't get around to changing my featured seller. Not good!, I know. Hopefully the next time that happens it'll be because I've given up on this blogging thing and not due to my own suckiness.

But Novembers a new month! so without further babble, I introduce to you miss blackeyedsuzie.


Her gorgeous "A Parasol for Agatha" doll will be watching us from the top right corner of this blog. Just waiting for you to look away so she can steal your soul!... or give you kisses. Its hard to say.

much more to see in her Etsy shop.

17 comments:

Rose Works Jewelry said...

Fantastic seller!

kim* said...

i adore her ladies

Jan said...

These dolls are absolutely adorable! Great feature!

UniqueNurseGranny said...

Interesting.She looks so sad..poor thing

iceah said...

nice i would like to make dolls too c:

SewMuchDetail said...

Wow those dolls are amazing.....Your blog is wonderful too. Thank you for visiting mine!

nuvonova said...

Oh I loveeeeeeeeee it!! I could see all her dolls in Tim Burton films.

Michelle Gartner said...

Those are so cute. I would like those in my display case. The dolls do have that Tim Burton kind of look... my 4 year old is now kind of obsessed with the Nightmare before Christmas.

Lagawan said...

these dolls are really adorable :) and great site!!!!

Allure said...

she's pretty but she looks so sad...

NovaS said...

this is one of a kind... just passing by and dropping some EC see you around

manamoon said...

Thank you so much for visiting my blog. What a fabulous one you have with so many wonderful Etsian artist featured, looking forward to furture visits! All the best ~ Sharon

levian said...

the dolls look so alike with tim burton's characters. wondering if they are related. :D

Jenn said...

Your dolls are so incredible. I am drawn to their facial expressions and the emotion that talks through their eyes.

My Bug Life said...

Great looking dollie but with a sad face though..:)Thanks for the drop.

Waterrose said...

Oh, this is just too cool.Love the antlers.

Debi Kelly Van Cleave said...

Are you kidding? You made that? She's incredible!

My daughter is into polymer clay too. She is MagicBeanBuyer.

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