a star is born

This little gal is going to be the star of my next film. Still working on the plot. And she needs a great outfit. Anyone seen any supercute girls clothes lately? 

27 thoughts on “a star is born

  1. iHanna says:

    A gray dress with pink granny square pockets and granny square edge is on my wish list, knitting pattern but of course in girl size not for grown ups! πŸ™‚
    Found your Wee wonderfuls book at the Swedish library the other day and took it home, such a wonderful book! I couldn’t pick a favorite character, maybe the white teddy bear?! πŸ™‚

  2. Lori says:

    definately a spring/summer sun dress. Perfect time of year for it. πŸ™‚ Just got your new book. Love it! My daughter will most definately have a new mermaid friend in her future. πŸ™‚

  3. Faith Pray says:

    What a darling, darling dolly. I can’t wait to see her film. My girls and I adore Wee Wonderfuls so much! We made three dollies based on the Eddie doll and sent them to orphans in Haiti. I blogged about their journey. Thank you so much for the delightful inspirations! It’s so hard to decide on a favorite, but I think your new girl has topped my list!

  4. annri says:

    how about a mini Tova shirt/dress from Wikstenmade? I covet that top and think your star would look smashing in a navy gingham one. πŸ˜‰

  5. Deborah says:

    Pink & white pedal-pushers from the ’50’s would be so sweet, with ruffles at the cuff and pocket. then a sleeveless blouse of white eyelet. And she needs 7 or 9 freckles on her nose and cheeks. πŸ™‚
    Deborah, Benicia, Ca.

  6. Curiouspip.blogspot.com says:

    Oh Gosh!! this is just lovely. I have just discovered your work after being given your book as a present. As a crafter, illustrator and maker of dolls myself, Im truely inspired! Im new to blogging so a whole new world has opened for me. Thanks! I’ll be popping back!

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