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July 22, 2009

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nicole merkens

Oh I love these dolls! I am a doll freak so I love them. Their textures are fantastic!
;-) Nicole

Laura Bray

I hope you are well. I've been dealing with more asthma issues since this heat hit. Don't know what that's about but, like you, am now trapped indoors. With a four year old no less!

Michelle Remy

Your table legs dolls are absolutely lovely! I can see how they would be addicting to make!

I have to say that I don't cope very well with the lull between creative projects...makes me feel all skittish and sad. But lately, I've been pulling out my cartooning journal and doodling little cartoons when I'm feeling stuck...seems the act of a moving pencil triggers my brain to do the same...
hugs, Michelle

Mija

These are fanastic! yummy colors and delightful faces. How funny that one of our wood tables at MECCA just broke and I was admiring the uniquely shaped legs and wondering what to do with them... thanx for the inspiration! XXOO

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