Apr 26, 2013

Just a peek into my little neck of the woods.
 My little room is the smallest room in the house now, but with the most sunshine :)
 The really smelly , messy, big stuff , I still do down stairs in the basement.
 Oh no, it would have to be way smellier than these . This is the fun stuff!
Reagan and I watched the "dead files" a few weeks ago on an episode about
dolls. I won't even go there. 
There are no lost souls in my dolls LOL! These guys were either buried in Germany and never owned, 
Loved and cared for by sweet little girls who treasured them , or handmade by me :)
That show scares the ba geebies out of us , we can't watch it anymore!
Official shop assistants. 
Always on the ball (mostly just under my feet).

and here is a video of  my new online workshop "FLY" Handmade Assemblage Journal.

 If you are viewing it from your phone I am not sure if it  will show up,
 as it is a YouTube video.
I will post the link to it below for you  just in case.


Don't forget to enter for the 4 giveaways on yesterday's post :))))
Tomorrow pics from Saturday's workshop!


  1. Great video thankyou, i'm fairly new to mixed media and I love your work :)

  2. I just watched the Dead Files show you refer to (I'd never heard of it before). I too have some doll heads that I love, and some even have the bodies attached...lol!
    My take on this show was that it was the husbands extreme way of getting his wife to get rid of her collection! Hahahahahaa!

    Don't you think? I also think that she had waaaaayyyy to many dolls.
    Creepy show indeed.

    1. Hahaha Gail , I totally agree!!
      It was a cry for help from her husband possibly :)
      There were even dolls completely covering kitchen counters!
      Our dolls are safe and sound :)

  3. What a wonderful peek into your world. It's just lovely!


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