quarta-feira, 30 de outubro de 2013
quarta-feira, 23 de outubro de 2013
Brincando, brincando e o Natal chegando!!!.... :-)
This angel has the same model of fairy tale princesses in the album "Once upon a time" and was created to sit atop of a Christmas tree but is delicate enough that I would also suggest for celebrate a birth or even to carry wedding rings.
Aurea is made in pure cotton and dressed in chambray linen and cotton lace, with face eimbroidered as all my creations and with golden accents adding a touch of Christmas and even romance. The aura that put almost like a tiara, was to give the angelical details. Golden ribbons in her hand allow her to be positioned, as I did with the fairy Etera. Kidding, kidding and Christmas is coming!! .... :-)
quarta-feira, 16 de outubro de 2013
No coração da Anja da guarda Smell sempre cabe mais um.....:-)
This angel doll is already a few years by my creations, but with each new order, is a history and variations of the original.
It started with the creation of Smell done for a dear little dog, whose name was Smell and I took the name with 5 letters, so as I usually do, it would have a direct connection with the meaning of the guardian angel. A first-time mother saw the Smell and ordered a couple with the dog and a baby doll, so creating my "couple of first travel" who has passed the second trip and has increased its order. The Smell doll then won a version with two girls, twins. Now it was the turn of Smell protect three girls! There it is .... At the heart of guard angel Smell is always room for one more ..... :-)
terça-feira, 8 de outubro de 2013
Ela já está também nas vassouras que vão ficar na Galeria o ano inteiro, afinal pendurar uma atrás da porta para afugentar mau olhado não tem época...
Doces ou travessuras????!!!! .... :-)
There are details in my creations that appear once and end up becoming standard. That was the case this crow that appeared 'cause I didn't know what to put on a scarecrow's hat. Of course, in Halloween's season this scarecrow appears more here. This is a party every October 31, the eve of All Saints. It's more celebrated in the United States, led by Irish immigrants in the mid 19th century. This story has more than 2500 years. Emerged among the Celtic people who believed that on this date, the spirits come out of cemeteries to take possession of living bodies. To scare those ghosts, the Celts placed in homes frightening objects such as skulls, scarecrows, pumpkins adorned and crows!
It's also in the brooms that will stay in the gallery all year, at least, hanging one behind the door to scare off evil eye has no time ...
Trick or treat??!! .... :-)