Monday, July 25, 2011
This wee 13" Moonchild doll just warms my heart. His mama, Kristie, gave me the go ahead to make what ever I would like for her. Because she had originally ordered a boy, I did stick with the gender she chose. When I don't have a plan, the whole thing just seems to fall into place. I like that. All of the fabric and some of the ribbon came from the lovely Yvonne of Bunte Fabrics. She has a great selection and even better service!
Posted by Barrie Hamby at 4:35 PM
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Sunday, July 17, 2011
Thank you to all who entered and for all of the wonderful birthday wishes!
This year one of my dear readers will receive a sweet little box filled with my Forest Friend Moondrops. 6 little ones to delight your little ones. A Toadstool, Hedgehog, Acorn, Dragon, Boy Gnome and Girl Gnome will come nestled in a cardboard suitcase and tied with a pretty ribbon.
Thank you so much for spending a little part of your day peeking in on a big part of my life.
Posted by Barrie Hamby at 4:41 PM
Saturday, July 16, 2011
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Friday, July 15, 2011
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Posted by Barrie Hamby at 7:26 PM
Sonatine is a Wild Child by Moonchild Dolls. She is 16" tall. Her hair is mainly what sets her apart from a traditional Moonchild doll but her body is a little different as well. Very gently curved legs and very movable arms help her to be quite active and able. I think that with the right little mama, Sonatine will learn a little self control and to play well with others. Well......I hope so at least.
A 13" Full Moon Baby girl named Fifi, little rascal Sonetine and a bunch of Moonchild Clothes will be available in my Etsy store this Friday at Noon (Pacific Time).xo
Posted by Barrie Hamby at 6:17 AM
Sunday, July 3, 2011
The invitation only sales are set up like so. You email me to ask to be on the list. About a month before the sale I send all of the information to the participating group. You are then "invited" to join my private blog. That is where I will post the pictures and the information about the dolls for sale. At a designated day and time, I open the comment sections and the first person to comment gets to purchase the doll.
I limit the number of participants for each sale. This month has 34 participants and 17 dolls. This makes for very good odds. This is my first time selling this way and I think it will really help keep a good balance between repeat customers and new customers. I will still be listing dolls in my Etsy shop.
To see these dolls more closely you can check out my Flickr page
Posted by Barrie Hamby at 2:54 PM