Jan 4, 2010

Wilma and Walter

Sunday crafting with Busy.


I was lucky enough to get a gorgeous peggy doll from Nannette at Rummage at the Stitches and Craft show. Busy has been trying to get her mits on it since then- we compromised and put it on the Christmas tree... so we could both look at it...

But then I found these great plain wooden people here. ( of all places!! would you believe I was in there looking for a BBQ ignition switch so Chef can make a potato gun!!!) ( relax about the potatoe gun, Chef will be careful- its a country thing. We are not rednecks. No one will be hurt. Busy will not see it. We are antiguns, this is a game thing)


So I decided to make some of our own...very much influenced by Nannette  so I can take no credit  for the styling of Wilma, however Walter is all mine.

Busy insisted they have shoes. She didn't think Walter needed pants. Go figure.

8 comments:

  1. Potato gun!! The dolls are so cute.

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  2. Great dolls and of course Walter needs no pants !

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  3. Clearly Walter is enjoying Pants Off Friday! They are gorgeous, great job Busy.

    I'm ignoring the potato gun reference. OMG.

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  4. Ack! They have those little figures at Bunnings???? I've been getting mine from Winterwood. off to bunnings immediately..x

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  5. Hey if you want a hand with the spud gun....yell out...we have one here....dave made it....but we use oranges!!! Oh...dolls are super cute!!

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  6. Very cute, my kids and I have made quite a range of dollies over the years including Luke Skywalker and Poccahontis(?spelling)! easy peasy clothes can be made out of old op shop type jumpers and hair from unspun fleece v.fun.

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  7. Shoes and no pants... that's rude... I giggled like a kid!!

    Bunnings does have some hidden treasures. And as a fellow anti-gunner, I am intrigued. So it's a game... hmmmm... for who to play??

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