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  1. I know what you mean about making you want to cry – it is absolutely beautifully stunning & gorgeous. you find the best stuff, Alison! I love the doll above but I can just imagine the comments some of my friends would say on that – but one really shouldn't worry about stuff like that – wish I was one of those 🙂 xoxo

  2. me again – actually it would be great to be able to make one from one of my own dolls using my collection of vintage millinery flowers. is that wrong to do? I never understand copyright and all that stuff.

  3. Wow! Gee! I don't know what to say. Just checking in to get the latest little tidbit of advice from The Vintage Housekeeper herself and BAM! Thanks so much Alison (and ms*robyn) how incredibly flattering. Like an award or something!
    I'd like to thank my mom and dad, my hubby, the postman…
    :o)

  4. That one is sweet but I have to be one to admit that altered baby dolls give me the willies. There is a museum in Paris that has nothing but strange, demented altered dolls and doll parts. They had a sprinkling of items on display in one of the musees we visited and upon seeing them, it made my decision to NOT visit the other museum. I would have nightmares for a week! I think it was because they all looked wounded or evil, unlike this one which looks like a fairy tale dream. What fun to have the best of the best presented to us via this forum so I don't have to spend my time searching on my own. Thanks, Alison.

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