Thursday, September 18, 2008

Somerset Life and My Slip-Ins!

I am so very proud and excited to report that my Slip-Ins are featured in the current and beautiful Autumn 2008 issue of Somerset Life magazine.
There is the story about them as well as more pictures of them and a how to make your very own! See them on pages 72, 73 and 74. I am SO happy!!! And I must point out that these little slip-ins are only 3 to 4 inches tall. They look bigger in the magazine.


Heather said...

fantastic news! they're beautiful! I need to go buy that magazine now :)

Gregory LeFever said...

As always, I'm very proud of you! Those little slip-ins are your own creation and are just one more example of your ability to create things of exceptional enchantment. The Somerset Life people must agree, because the article is really special. Well deserved!!

Nancy said...

Oh Christine...I am so happy for you! Your dolls are so precious...and I am lucky enough to have one of your little paper dolls.

Can't wait to get my copy...looking forward to reading the article.

Have a wonderful weekend!
Hugs, Nancy

Rachael Kinnison said...

WELL DONE! CONGRATULATIONS! WONDERFUL!!!!! Your hubby was RIGHT on the nose!! WOO HOO for Christine!
I L*O*V*E* my little paper dolly I have, and always KNEW it was special! I will look for this issue when we go up to Pueblo on Monday!

Karen from A`Musements said...

I can't wait to get my copy of the publication to see it all up close and personal! How marvelous that they have chosen to publish your delightful work. Obviously these people know GREAT TALENT when they see it!
Now, have a huge piece of pie and celebrate!

Miss Maddie's said...

Oh Zwee such wonderful news!
Paper dolls and childhood, blessings from our past.
Those Somerset people know talent don't they? But of course we've known all along your gift for creativity and expression.
xo Susan

a painter said...

How wonderful! Can't wait to get the magazine! Love your little slip-ins, especially the one her by my desk!


Lana said...

Beautiful Christine! I may have to try to find that issue somewhere. They aren't available near home, but maybe when I'm out of town I can find one.
I still have the pretty little paper doll you sent to me a couple years ago.
Keep up the fantastic work!

Patti said...

Congratulations! How wonderful! I haven't bought this magazine yet, but now I will!

Blessings, Patti

Donna O. said...

You know where I'll be stopping on my way home from work- I need to see this up close and personal NOW!!
Congratulations Zwee!!!

Donna O. said...

Ha!I Just read Karen's comment- "up close and personal"- great minds!!

Aleta said...

And I'm just now finding this out? Where have I been? And why didn't you tell me when you were here last week? We could have jumped up and down and squealed like little school girls!! Well, imagine me jumping up and down like a little school girl all by myself squealing YAY FOR YOU! What delightful news!!!

Warmest and biggest bear hugs, Aleta

Suzanne said...

How exciting! So, very happy for you.
Your clever slip-ins look lovely in print...I'll most definitely be looking for the magazine!

Heather said...

Thank you for the birthday wishes! I am impatiently waiting for this magazine to come out! I cant wait to see it in person and read the article!~

FrenchGardenHouse said...

Congratulations! We are all the ones that are so happy, that you shared your love of dolls and creations with us.
Can't wait to see it.
Happy Fall, dear Zwee!

xo Lidy

Anonymous said...

much deserved lil' story there Zwee...
i enjoyed it,and i'm a happy owner of one of those sweet paper
dolls you call slip-ins.

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michelle sylvia said...

Hi Christine!

Congratulations! I can't wait for date night at Barnes and Noble so I can get my hands on a copy of this. They are beautiful!!!


Anonymous said...

Very nice! I haven't seen it but will be sure to check it out when I'm at B&N next. I think for Christmas I'm just going to be asking for Stampington subscriptions..or else I'll be broke buying every publication!! Congrats, Christine:)

Meadowbrook Cabin Primitives said...

How very wonderful they are !.. I am going to have to find that magazine ! Congratulations to you ! What an honor to be in an artistic publication !

Doreen said...

They are just lovely Zwee...congratulations!!!! Love the little slip-ins!

Love your long and skinny gals..they are enchanting!


Donna O. said...

Grrrr....I went to Borders and no magazine!!! Barnes and Nobel tomorrow!!

Pinkie Denise said...

Oh, How exciting for you to be featured in a magazine! I can wait to get my hands on this wonderful magazine...I am doll lover at heart

Atticbabys said...

Aw Zwee ya know how I love em!
I cherish mine dearly!


Nina Mason said...

Well done you! And what about that other, eh hem, publication?

Did I tell you that Williamsburg has suspended my other two dolls because they're re-doing the store? I hope the suspension does not become permanent. Also, somebody dropped my George Washington and they're sending him home for repairs. Good thing the General fared better than his likeness -- or we might still be British subjects!

Nina Mason

Martha, Vintage Trifles said...

Wonderful, Christine! I just bought the magazine and such a nice surprise. We will have to celebrate one day soon! Stop by. I've got a giveaway going on! M.

Charmingdesigns said...

Congrats on your dolls being in the mag!! Laurie

Donna O. said...

JUST read the article this morning. Charming!!

Margaret said...

Hi Christine, Congratulations on a wonderful article, I actually got to read it here in Switzerland as a friend's hubby happened to pick up Somerset Life whilst in the States recently, what luck! your dolls are so beautiful. Well done!