Here is my reward for stopping at Salvation Army to buy drinking glasses, since the cat smashed the last of the prior set. For $2.50, I got three vintage poppy-patterned glasses that were marked $1.99 for the set, one unpriced glass with little star-shaped flowers, and this shadowbox, also marked $1.99. If it's below 90 tomorrow morning, I am going to hop out in the yard and spray paint this beige.
|Five rooms, no obvious scale.|
Of course, QESPs are the road to perdition, since they're never as Q or E as they seem like they ought to be.
|"I think I need to talk with the tile installer about unblocking the window."|
All my creativity coalesced around the mystery-novel-in-progress, leaving nothing but bleariness for crafts, which is how I forgot that I was going to cut a notch for the window before I Modge-Podged the tile-print fabric to it. Cutting later is all right, as it would really look better with a square-tile edging... which I have no clear idea how to accomplish, unless I stumble on that fabric. *sigh*
Krys got a completely uninspired dress that's at least in a flattering color. It seemed like time for Katie to model her dress, too. She has darts. I designed this dress without a pattern at the end of a 10-hour sewing bout roughly two months ago and have no idea how I did it or where the skills to put darts symmetrically in striped fabric went, as I sure don't have them now.
Meygan got a hair trim to remove her split ends and make her hair a more sensible waist-length, rather than long enough to sit on. I am not a fan of the trend that every doll must be have long, flowing locks for hair play.
|It feels so good to be able to kneel! And to have feet!|
|I'm not quite at Chinese knock-off levels of rooting, but I'm getting there.|
|I am grateful not to be wearing the EXACT SAME DRESS as everybody else.|
|Maybe we should be a perfume ad.|