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February 24, 2009

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Shealynn Benner

Those are adorable!!! Come enter my giveaway!!! :D

kara

So cute! Can't wait to try this!

Amy S.

Thanks for the great tutorial! I need the pictures like that to figure things out! I was lucky enough to win the cute little cupcake holding doll in your give away. I adore her sooo much. Now I can make her a little friend.

Anne

Thanks for the great tutorial - as soon as I get the supplies, I will try these - they are the cutest ever.

Natalie

These are so adorable, thank you so much for the tutorial!

Apryl

adorable tutorial... the clothespeg dolly you made me is on my crafting desk and watches over me when I do my crafting.. which I should be doing now but instead I'm reading blogs and looking at famous twitter-ers or whatever.. not adding them jsut looking cause I'm nosey..

Selina

Thanks so much for the tute! Can you tell me where to find the stands though?

Rachel

No way! This is the cutest thing EVER! I just love the dress, the face, everything! I have got to link to this!

Tiff@Three Peas

OMG!! So cute! and so easy. I'm going to have to get the supplies so my daughter and I can make some!

elenka

Gosh, these are so sweet. I love the little skirts.

simone

She is so sweet. Thank you for this tutorial. Found you through oneprettything.com

geek+nerd

These are amazingly cute - thank you so much for the tutorial!

nicole

I love those dolls and cant wait to make some with my kids...I gave you a shout out on my blog...to be posted tonight!

UK lass in US

Very cute - I have some doll pins to use, too. I finally got around to attempting a peg doll, so hopefully I'm past my reluctance at actually painting the wood. It takes me a while to build up courage...

Jess Satnick

Really, really cute - thanks for the tutorial!!!!

jaya

love this! soooooooooooooooo cute! THANKS!

Lisa

Adorable! Will have to try these with my girls. :-)

Lisa (flickr lmdesign7)

Kiki

Thank you for the tutorial. I can't wait to make some of these.

urban craft

Cute and easy to make, what could be more perfect!

Bette

You make such pretty little ladies! So Adorable! Thank you for sharing!

Jen

Your dolls are crazy cute! Thanks for sharing!

Stacey

These are so sweet. I want to make my daughter a little portable fabric dolls house, and these would be perfect to live in it. Thanks!

Dorothea

Thank you so much for the idea. My daughter (5) and I just made a set and called them "The Princess Collection." You can go to my blog to see them here: http://yellowballoondays.blogspot.com/2009/05/ooops-forgot-bows.html
and
http://yellowballoondays.blogspot.com/2009/05/princess-collection-homemade-dolls.html

Thanks again! We had so much fun.

Nancy Ward

Hi!

Today I posted an entry on my blog with a link to this tutorial.

Would you let me know if that's OK?

Thanks,

Nancy Ward
http://paperfriendly.blogspot.com

Laura

How sweet! I'm looking forward to trying this!

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