Thursday, February 4, 2010

Show & Tell Friday!


Thank you sooo much for stopping by my Show & Tell,
if you haven't been over to Cindy's at My Romantic
Home,
hop on over to see the gorgeous hand painted
cake plate her friend Lorrie sent her! Don't forget to
stop by as many of the other S & T Friday participants
that you can, it's a blast to see what everyone's up to!
We've enjoyed this on our dining room table this week,
it's very cheery, festive...and full of AMORE!
Don't you just love my sweet hairless doll? I found
this treasure years ago and haven't been able to
find out her maker nor have I ever found another one
to see what kind of wig would be best suited for her!
Isn't she as sweet as a cupcake? I think so!

Thank YOU from the bottom of my heart for stopping
by and please leave a message, I
looove reading what Y'all have to say and please
don't forget to follow me!

Always, Debbie~

10 comments:

AshTreeCottage said...

Hi Debbie,
Thanks for visiting me. I think your blog is so pretty and feminine. Your little show and tell doll is adorable. Is she a kewpey doll (did I spell that right??)
I love the idea of a Show and Tell Friday. It's just so much fun to see what everyone has to share. Now that I have viewed your posting, I'll go back and read more of your older posts.

Don't be a stranger. We are almost neighbors, you in the Emerald City and me in Idaho.

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

Linda Q said...

Hi Debbie,
Nice to meet you sort of and thanks for dropping in my blog. I am actually in Arlington, WA. so we are close.
Darling Valentines things you have out at your house. I just love red, my fav color!
Linda

Mary said...

I believe your little doll is a kewpie doll and they didn't have hair, except for what is already there. You might want to check it out with a Goo*gle search. Very pretty. Kewpie dolls that are in good condition are rare. I think you have a keeper.

Nice to meet you. If you have a moment drop over and see my vintage sandwich/tea plates.

Blessings,
Mary

Ms. Bake-it said...

Hello Debbie,

Please do "meet" you. I agree with Mary, your doll looks like a kewpie doll. I like your Valentine display.

~ Tracy

Diann said...

Hi Debbie!

your Valentine displays are so cute! Don't they just make you smile when you pass them during the day?

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

Those are cute as can be!

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

super cute! perfect for valentine!

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

Those are so adorable. I agree, I think it's a kewpie doll. Some of them can be very valuable!

Victoria said...

You're so creative, I could never think up to do something like that! I love the little hairless doll:)

Kim @ Starshine Chic said...

I love your cloches!!! And the doll is just too cute!!! I love the addition of the scrabble tiles as well. I'm glad you told me to scroll back to this weeks S&T to see.