Sunday, 27 November 2011

Droitwich Show and Dolls for Etsy

Last Sunday was the day for the new Warners fare at Chateau Impney in Droitwich. It was a well attended show, but a little quiet on the sales front. I covered my costs and really enjoyed myself.



It was good for me to go to the show as I have become a bit of a recluse of late and still dont really feel like my self but they say time is a good healer.

Here are some of my new dolls which will go in my Etsy shop soon, well as soon as I can get the images sorted etc.

You will notice that there is a pumpkin pram, its an ORIGINAL design by me, it was inspired by a pumpkin, hence its pumpkin shape. Its got wheels because it is of course a pram and prams have wheels. Its got nothing to do with cinderella.


The witch, well shes is saying mess with my pram and you mess with me LOL.


Witchy with a crow made by moi....



Witchy on her own .....


Mad Scientist....


Cleaning lady,


Crone with a chair...


Wizard with wand...


I will be making some brooches soon too.


Luffies

Debie xxx

7 comments:

The Old Maid said...

Good to see your new great dolls, Debie and good to read you had a good fair!:)

Dark Squirrel Victoria said...

Love, Love, Love the dolls!!! I hope you are going to list some of your face cauldrons too as I missed out last time and would really like to have one in Vulture's Roost.

Hugs,
Victoria

Debie Lyons said...

Thanks ladies. Yes Victoria I will be listing some of my Cauldrons. I am currently updating my website and its taking ages x

Whittaker's Miniatures said...

Love them all, but really really loving the last wizard, very HP!! Glad the fair was good for you Debie, and hope your feeling more your bubbly lovely self soon! xxxx

Tabitha Corsica said...

Woot! I can't decide which one i like the best! They are all so different and each is wonderful in its own way. Glad to see you back at work...you away far too long.

Tabs

Maria Blanca "AyamontinoMaria" said...

Oh! Son increibles, muy bien hechas...Un gran trabajo!!..Un beso

MiniatureCuriosityShop said...

Debbie, your dolls are amazing! How do you get them so lifelike?