Tuesday, September 4, 2007

All "Dolled-Up" for the Camera!


Meet Margarita



Margarita named herself in Spanish after me, Meg


Civil War girl in her 1861 finest promenade dress


Poor Civil War girl doesn't have a name. Can you help?


Civil War maid from old Vermont needs an elegant
New England name, . . . something like Emily Dickenson?



This is Pinkie, of course


Pinkie has asked Mommy many times for shoes, sigh


15 comments:

Sally Anne said...

Meg, those dolls are simply gorgeous...thank you for coming to my blog,I am loving making all these new friends.

Felicia said...

They're lovely :)

cath said...

What about Annabelle? I think something with 'belle' in it would suit. Thanks for my parcel - awesome. I love the little animal suits. Will let you know when I convert any to 3d real life garmemts.

Donna said...

Gorgeous costumes Meg - 'Mabel' perhaps for civil war girl.

pink-petal-designs said...

wow, what lovely looking dolls!!
SARAH XX

Bettsi McComb said...

Why, Meg, I thought you KNEW that her name is Abigail, of course! Miss Abigail Primforth, obviously!

Guess what? I've given you the Nice Matters Award! You have earned it. If you would like, you may copy the .JPG from my blog and pass it on to five other bloggers who are nice.

Dolly Hugs!

stuffed said...

Yay for stitched faces! My fave kind. I can see you're a pro. Great expressions.

Jennie, Mollie, Mary or Sarah.

Dannielle said...

I love them all. But my favorite is Pinkie. She's such a sweetheart!

Judy Scott said...

they are brilliant I love the cival war maid, her outfit is amazing, Jx

Jodie said...

Delicious Dolls meg. They have so much personality . I love their little faces.

pink-petal-designs said...

thanks for poping over to my blog Meg, im sure all your dolls wil sell atmarket they are lovely. xx

Katy said...

They are gorgeous! You are so talented!

Country Cottage Chic said...

Your dolls are utterly charming Meg - good luck with your new business!

Jody said...

Those dolls are wonderful! You've got quite a talent.

Anonymous said...

how about yerma as a name for civil war doll - yerma was set during the spanish civil war?