Sep 3, 2014

Ruth Anne's Photo Shoot









This was so much fun....I think I've found a hobby I really enjoy,although I can't afford to go all out with buying supplies etc....I can have fun with what I have and make do!  Blessings friends

10 comments:

Denise said...

Wonderful ! Perfect for You, since You are a seamstress.I have previously looked into redoing Barbie-like dolls ect...and just purchasing the new cloths since I don't sew.I really don't know the type of paint You use for this sort of thing but I should look it up like You did.You have done a great job and can even sell them, I'm sure of it :)

The BUTT'RY and BOOK'RY said...

Wow!! HOW VERY SWEET!!!!
Shelly you did a marvelous wonderful job!! She is so real and precious!!!
Yes you have found a new talent for certain!!
Hugs and Love, Linnie

Mrs. G said...

OMGosh! She's just beautiful! I wish I had the talent to do this.

Grace & Peace.

marie said...

I definitely think you have found the perfect hobby for you! Ruth Anne is adorable...your photos are too!
Wonderful job Shelley!!

Scrappy quilter said...

I love how she turned out. So cute and what a fun hobby.

Sew Blessed Maw [Judy] said...

Ruth Anne is beautiful.. you did an excellent job.. Love the photo shoot too.. Have a great day.God bless.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I have baby dolls and they are all right out there in my living room.
I love them. I mostly love their clothes..love to decorate with toys.
I never grew out of my love for dolls.

DollZandThingZ said...

Yes, you have found something you are very good at! You don't need to go all out with supplies...you got there with the ones you have. VERY nice job!

Simply Shelley said...

oh Ruth Ann, is so sweet and real like Shelley, you did a fine job . keep up the good work . love you mom

Corey Moortgat said...

Shelley, what a wonderful job you did on Ruth Anne!! It's amazing when you look at the original doll (that you can find for a dime a dozen at thrift stores) compared to your reborn version! It does look like a really fun hobby- I'd bet you could sell them on Ebay!