My Weight Loss Journey

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Whatcha Workin On Wednesday

Opal

First off, I would like to share that the first song on my blog music, There will be a day by Jeremy Camp, is my husbands favorite song right now so I posted it for him. Thank you Jesus for my christian husband, he is truly a blessing to me and very handsome too!!!!!!

Today I put the finishing touches on some of my new creations. I named this doll Opal after my daughter's cat Opal. She is ready for Valentine's Day and is proclaiming her LOVE for her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She is proudly holding a heart that says, My Heart Belongs To Jesus......Amen Sister, so does mine!!!!!!!!

She can either hang as a door doll or sit on a shelf. She kinda has that deer caught in the head lights look on her face. I know how she feels, I had this same look on my face this afternoon while I was trying to come up with some ideas for the finishing touches for these gals. Anyway, I sure love her pony tails and her purple dress!!!!

Gerda

I named this gal Gerda also after one of my daughter's cats, she is so ugly she's cute :) She is holding a heart that is made out of a vintage piece of embroidered linen. She does look like she has a little bit more on the ball compared to her sister Opal...but she also looks like she could be a bit crabby at times. Oh well, we all have our days.

These sisters are sitting so pretty and waiting for their trip to "The Country Freckles" tomorrow

Here are the sisters just before I got them dressed and put the finishing touches put on them.

I named this little gal Franny...I still have to give her a hair do...I am thinking about a up do for her but not sure...I will see how she ends up tomorrow when I finish her.


Here are two Primitive bird pinkeeps that I finished up today also. I think they turned out adorable....this pattern is from Sassafras Hills Primitives. I ordered several more of her patterns to try....I am excited to see how they turn out also. Thank you Denise for sharing your awesome God given talent with us.

Valentine Bowl Fillers

Here are some Valentine bowl ornies I made using old vintage linens. I LOVE the way these turned out, so dainty and delicate looking yet so very prim

Last but not least, I am almost finished with the Raggedy Annie and what do you think about my Andy, I gave him a flat top hair do :) He is wearing his birthday suit at the moment but I will finish up his clothes tomorrow hopefully in time to head to the Freckle with the rest of the gang.

Not much else going on here in Rapids....just trying to stay warm and toasty. Hope everyone had a BLESSED and PRODUCTIVE Wednesday.

God Bless.......Rhonda

6 comments:

runstrong said...

"She's so ugly, she's cute" HAHA!

Sissy sissy SISTERS!

basketsnprims said...

Rhonda,
I just love everything you have made. Just perfectly prim.
Pam

Carmen said...

How ADORABLE! and I love the bunny below!

Lea of Farmhouse Blessings said...

Oh they're all so very cute, but I'm partial to those Annies!

Smiles,
Lea

Lisa said...

OH MY GOSH, I love them. They are so cute! The two black prim dolls are my favs!!

~ Lisa

Stacey said...

What a beautiful blog you have! I am so excited that I came across it tonight and had to become one of your followers. :) It is just darling and I love all of the pictures that you have. Your dolls are just simply primfect! You are a very talented lady. I would like to extend a warm welcome to you to come by and visit my new prim blog at Farm Wife Primitives. It was just created last week and am looking forward to sharing ideas, pictures and projects with other prim lovers out there in blogland. :) It would be my honor to have you as one of my followers if you so choose.

Happy crafting and many blessings,
Stacey