October 13, 2012

Early morning crafting...

 I got up early to do a bit of crafting this morning before all the chaos starts for the weekend. My Aunt Marion had dropped off several boxes of crafting supplies that she had discovered in her basement and I fired up the glue gun and dug through my stash of Halloween supplies.



Thank you for the sweet dolls, Aunt Marion.  I'm already plotting their outfits for Christmas too.   Emma's high school is hosting an all-day Marching Band invitational today. However, it's pouring rain outside. Darn. Looks like we're going to be spending our day cold and wet.

What's on everyone's agenda this weekend?

17 comments:

vivian said...

see... it doesnt take much to make us happy does it? as long as it involves some little snips and bits and a hot glue gun... we're in heaven! cute!
have a great weekend!
xoxo

Shirley Hatfield said...

How cute, Kim! I love the idea of dressing old dolls for the holidays...can't wait to see the Christmas dollies! =D

Nellie said...

How cute those little dolls are, Kim!
I'm sorry about the rain.:( We have beautiful sunshine here for the first time in several days.

Keep as dry as you can!

xo Nellie

A Little Creation said...

Oooo, A whole box of kewpie dolls, how fun. My plans are a visit to one of my favorite thrift shops and them spend the rest of the day in my craft room. It's going to be a wondeful Saturday. Don't get too wet!
Chris =]

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

Cute as can be!! I can't wait to see the ones for Christmas! Maybe little angels?! or Elves??!!! You are so creative!
It's cold and damp here too. Went to 2 estate sales and now staying inside and catching up with my "friends"!
Warmly,
deb

Lynne said...

Perfect fun for a Michigan rainy day!

La Vie Quotidienne said...

How adorable...I love Kewpies!

Perfectly Printed said...

Oh these are soooo cute!!! Lucky girl!!

chris

Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

Well now, I want an Aunt Marion who just happens to discover boxes of craft supplies in her basement!
Lucky you! Your kewpies look like they're wearing expensive cowl neck cashmere sweaters! Ha!
Too Cute,
Erica :)

vintage grey said...

Oh, too cute!!! Love them Kim! xo Heather

GardenofDaisies said...

Cute!! I remember those Band Booster days of sitting in the stands, trying to stay dry under rain ponchos, and feeling bad for the kids out there on the field, getting soaking wet! Those competitions go on rain or shine.

ImagiMeri said...

Those dolls are adorable. I'm still working away at my luncheon preparations. I have almost gotten all 18 of my nametags done, and I'm painting three of my 7 craft tables....busy, busy, busy.

Love ya
Meri

Janet said...

The little dolls turned out so sweet. What a fun way to spend a rainy morning!

Corey Moortgat said...

oh, the dollies are so cute! Love how you used cupcake liners for their skirts- genious!!

Cheryl G. said...

So adorable!
Sounds like you had a productive weekend!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Kim,
You never cease to amaze me!!

Hugs,
Deb

Thoroughly Modern Me said...

Looks like these dolls found a good home. Sweet outfits you have come up with for them!