Thursday, February 5, 2015

Sweet Victoria..10 inch doll


This is Victoria and she is just a sweetheart!  She is a cloth and clay doll.  Her clothing is created from vintage trims and reproduction Civil War fabrics.  Her head, arms and legs are aged as if she was well loved for decades.  She comes with her own custom wood stand which has been painted to match her dress.  I have added a lovely pink vintage montee to her bodice.

SOLD...thank you

Have a lovely day,

Monday, January 19, 2015

Tiny 3 inch Lila...


Meet Lila

Lila is only 3 inches tall and what a little sweetheart!  These little girls are such a challenge to create but I so love the results.  Just turning the arms and legs right side out after sewing them is a nightmare!  Lila is an antique inspired cloth and clay doll.  All her clothing are made from vintage fabrics.  She is heavily crackled and stained for that wonderful well worn look and feel.  

Have a lovely day!

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Little Mallory

Meet Mallory...

Mallory is 10 inches tall and is an antique inspired cloth and clay doll.  Mallory is up for adoption. Her dress is a lovely vintage eyelet, her slip and bloomers are created from vintage linens.  Her head and legs are painted and heavily distressed to look as if she was loved so very much.  Contact me using the Contact button on the upper left for any questions or to adopt her. 
Have a blessed day!


Monday, December 9, 2013


This is Marabelle.  She is a Queen Anne inspired cloth and clay little girl measuring 11 inches.  I use all vintage fabrics and trims for her clothing.  She has hand molded hair which is my favorite!  She has a custom wood stand with vintage music paper applied on top.  She is heavily crackled and stained for a time worn look and feel.

Marabelle has been adopted and is on her way to Yuma!  Thank you again Jane!


Thursday, December 5, 2013

My poor Dad....

Just got home from a month away. My dad had a bad fall and fractured his neck, broke his collar bone, two ribs and his hand. My mom is not well so we went down to help out. It is a very difficult thing when your parents live so far away and your time with them is limited. My hubby made a platform and attached it to the bottom of his recliner so he can get out of it by himself. We did a few other things around the house to make life easier for them both. On top of that my Mother-in-law is not well either. She has stage three kidney and liver failure and her heart is not good. She is home now but we don't think it will be long and she will have to go to a nursing home for 24hr care. Needless to say this past couple months have been extremely stressful for my husband and me. But we are home now and I have all my Christmas decorating finished and I am finishing up a little girl, a Queen Anne inspired doll. to pick out fabrics for her little dress! Always and forever, Kimberly

Monday, October 7, 2013

Creating new little girls!

Again, the summer has flown by.  We have had a very busy summer season here at the campground and are getting ready to close up for the season.  I can't wait to get to my doll making again.  I have certainly missed it this past summer.
This summer we relaced all carpet and vinyl flooring in all the cottages and motel rooms.  What a job that was!  On top of that hubby finally built his 40 x 40 workshop/garage for boat repair and then we sided the house and workshop.  We are so tired!
Still trying to convince my Mom and Dad, who are 76 this year to move closer to me here in NY.  They need help as their health problems are growing.  It is such a worry to me that they are living so far away. 
So...needless to say I am ready for some "doll therapy"!
I should have a little girl available for adoption in November so check back for a look! I hope everyone has had a wonderful summer. I know I am so looking forward to winter and my coal stove...LOL! Blessings, Kimberly

Friday, March 15, 2013

Three little girls...

I just received a couple lovely pictures from a sweet lady who adopted three of my girls, Calynda, Juliet and Emily.  I think they love their new home!  Many thanks Jane!