Sunday, August 5, 2007

Along Came Polly...

Well, today at the flea market, I was just about ready to give up! That's right, I thought I was going to leave the flea market with nothing...surely a sad record for me. And then along came this adorable paper doll..complete with outfits. She is cut out perfectly, as are her clothes...I just set her against paper to show you how adorable she is!

Cute, huh? If she could talk I bet she'd have lots of adventures to tell. I think she probably deserves a crown!

Hubby liked my New York 'tin' that I made for his mom so much that he tried to sneak it away from me. So I told him I would make him his own - geez! He asked for 'summer pictures' that's what I did. What do you think?

I know, I know. I don't think a professional scrapbook magazine will be calling me anytime soon...but it's still fun. Thanks for stopping by! Many thanks to so many friendly folks who have left comments; I'm so appreciative!


Tip Junkie said...

What a cool idea. I couldn't tell how you made it. It's in a tin? WOW! That would make an awesome Christmas gift. Where did you get the tin? I bet that paper doll does have some amazing stories. very cool.

updycrafts said...

The tin looks fabulous~ those are some of my favorite papers...where did you get the tiara that is on your paper doll (great flea find, by the way, too cute)?

dede warren said...

darling sweet little paper doll for sure! too cute! and your tin is perfecto, especially for an appreciative husband.

Jamie said...
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Jamie said...

Sorry! My spelling was so bad I had to delete the first post! LOL!! Sometimes my fingers move faster than my brain:) I LOVE your new paper doll and the tin. Awesome work Sarah! Love, Jamie

One Crabapple said...

Great Flea Market Find -----

Wonderful New York Tin !

Thank you so much for your nice note with regard to Artful Blogging Mag.

And I LOVE your profile picture in the polka dotted dress !

Your blog has such a nice look to it.
The banner is wonderful too.

Off to check out some more of it !
Love, S.