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Thursday, December 27, 2007

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Beautiful Emma, a milliner's model of the early 1800's (albeit newer, as she is my creation) is dressed in great finery to wish you all a very Happy 2008! Emma resides with her new owner in Maryland, but her picture resides here with me.



24 comments:

  1. She is lovely. Happy New 2008 to you too.
    Carole

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  2. She is simply lovely. I especially enjoy her small purse she carries.

    Happy 2008 to you.

    Best Wishes
    Doreen

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  3. Happy New Year, Emma and Christine!!

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  4. Simply divine!! Happy New Year, girlie!! It's going to be quite the year.....I'm just sure of it!!

    Warmest bear hugs, Aleta

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  5. sweet girl- happy new year 2 you- la la la love jo-

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  6. She is so very elegant and refined. And beautiful!

    Happy New Year, Christine.
    xo Lidy

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  7. Hello Miss Chistine!!!I hope all is well up your way. Is Greg still coping?? I'm sure you and your witty way are snapping him out of it.
    I bet Christmas was wonderful and that you had a great time with all the little ones about.
    I'm so glad we met up again!!! Cheer to you and Greg as this New Year arrives!!
    XO-D.

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  8. Happy Happee New Year!
    Sandra Evertson

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  9. I have spent the better half of an hour just reading and absorbing your dolls. They are quite amazing! I am so thrilled to have stumbled onto your site.

    I have actually been by your home in Oregon City many times. I myself grew up in the area and have many friends and family still living there.

    Not many remember the Winter Solstice and I was so pleased to see you mention it. My husband and I have a celebration every year to honor it. Oh and "The Big Lewbowski" we love it!!!!! Thanks for such an enjoyable read and have a wonderful New Year! Pam

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  10. PS- Very cool about American Harvest!!!
    D.

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  11. Emma is lovely, she shares the name of my beautiful 2 year old niece!

    Thank you for your friendship and support, you are a special lady.

    Have a wonderful New Years, be safe!

    xo Kitty

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  12. Happy New Year Christine! What an absolutely beautiful doll & lucky new owner.

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  13. Happy New Year Lovely Lovely!!!!! Oh, Emma is more than lovely!! I adore your dolls!! xoxo

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  14. Well I'm dropping by with a little confetti to toss about as I wish you Happy New Year Christine!
    May the very best be ahead for you and your family in 2008!
    xo Susan

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  15. Happy New Year Christine!

    God Bless,
    Lana

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  16. Happy Happy New Years Day to you, Sweet Christine!!
    Your Milliner Dolly is absolutely STUNNING!
    :-) Nan

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  17. Your work takes me back in time... What a delight! I've added your link to my blog to share your handmade treasures with friends and collectors alike...

    Happy New Year to you and may it be filled with creative inspiration and joy....

    ~ Johanna

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  18. Lovely doll! Blessings to you this bright New Year!

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  19. I've just popped over from the UK via Aleta's blog ... I couldn't resist a peek and what a treat your blog is!

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  20. Emma is beautiful and lucky new owners. Wonderful talent!

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  21. Happy New Years! Emma is quite beautiful! I love her clothes..I just picked up a sewing machine and so hopefully I'll be able to make clothes that are almost as nice..just have to figure out how to use it..thats all!
    -Christine

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  22. Christine,
    Your dolls always amaze me. I just LOVE this gal! So simply beautiful and elegant!!!

    Blessings,
    Michelle

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  23. I just came here from Aleta's "Silly Bear" and am so glad to meet a near neighbor. I'm in Canby! I love Emma. Lucky new owner. She (Emma) is so wonderful. Thanks for sharing her with us. I'll be back to peek in and see what you're doing next. ~Adrienne~

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