Saturday, September 5, 2015

When Friends Fall Out


Did you hear about my naughty doll? 
she got into an argument for no reason at all;
another doll pushed her and made her fall,
and I had to step in to stop the brawl.


Introducing: three well-behaved friends
who wouldn't dream of fighting

111 comments:

  1. They are adorable, such lovely little faces.

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  2. Beautiful dolls Amalia! They are going to bring lots of joy to whoever has them :)

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  3. How lovely your little dolls are, my sweetest Amalia !
    The one I do love most is probably that in the middle, it has such a charming cap :)

    Thank you dear one,
    sending love and hugs
    Dany

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  4. Oh dear, sometimes we have to get the stuffing beat out of us before we can get along well with others. I trust she has recovered. ;) I enjoyed the prose and those are adorable dolls.

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  5. Hi Amalia, oh what darling dolls and cute little poem/story. You are so very talented. Love the crocheted throw below too. Beautiful.
    Enjoy the weekend. Hugs, cm

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  6. They are so cute together.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  7. I'm so glad you were there to stop the brawl! These dolls are too cute to be fighting! ;)

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  8. Dear Amalia
    What a lot of character the dolls have got! They are very sweet.
    Best wishes
    Ellie

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  9. Lucky friends who would not dream of fighting;)
    Adorable.

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  10. They do look very happy to be friends. How cute! Happy weekend! Hugs, Diane

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  11. This post really made me smile Amalia. Have a wonderful weekend xx

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  12. Decorativos, divertidos e encantadores.

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    ✿ Bom fim de semana!
    -`✿´- Beijinhos.

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  13. Hi Amailia,
    This was so cute and I love the dolls you made!
    Thanks so much for joining and sharing this at Cooking and Crafting with J & J.
    Wishing you a nice weekend.
    Julie xo

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  14. LOL - they do have the sweetest expressions Amalia! They are adorable! I just love your work and your poems!

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  15. I didn't think these dear ones would have "broken up." Their faces are too happy for that.

    Life is too short for petty arguments, right? Let's value our friends for their uniqueness!

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  16. Well they certainly look very well behaved dolls to me! :)
    V x

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  17. Naughty dollies! We have teddies who do that sometimes! xx

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  18. Sweet faces on your dollies. So glad they all get along!

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  19. Loved your rhyme ... and love these dollies, so cute.

    All the best Jan

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  20. So cute--good lessons to learn in these dollies! ♥

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  21. what lovely they are Amalia!!
    Love these are so cute!!

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  22. These are really cute!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  23. Sweet Amalia, you always brighten my days :) Your dolls are darling. Hugs to you!

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  24. So glad you stopped the brawl amongst your three charming friends :) I appreciate your creativity, and thank you for posting, Amalia! xx

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  25. Very cute! Such cheery looking friends would never get into a fight. Lovely makes and a lovely poem. Have a great week. xx

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  26. Very cute! Such cheery looking friends would never get into a fight. Lovely makes and a lovely poem. Have a great week. xx

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  27. Your three little dolls are so expressive, and I love your stitching and fabric choice, needless to say about your sweet poems!

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    1. Thank you, Christine. So glad you're back from your adventures.

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  28. Well behaved and oh so cute!! So beautifully made with a good eye for detail.... lovely.
    Big hug, Mirjam.

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  29. Very cute dolls with beautiful expression on their faces. Great hand work, Amalia!

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  30. Adorable friends. Thanks for the giggle!

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  31. Your adorable dolls do bring a smile to my dial!!

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  32. They are adorable and look like dolls I'd find in an antique shop! Your poem is sweet, too.

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  33. I'm so glad these adorable dolls are friends. I can't imagine those sweet faces being angry.Love the dolls and your poem. You always bring a smile to my face, Amalia. Hugs, Nancy

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  34. Oh my goodness! They are so cute Amalia!! I loved the little poem too :)

    xo,
    rue

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  35. So charming! You have the cutest projects on your blog.

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  36. Hi Amalia, thank you so much for stopping by my blog and for your sweet comment. I am glad you did so I could be directed to your really sweet blog to. I love your dolls there so full of fabric character I also love your little blanket you made in your last post. Will pop back real soon, enjoy your week, dee x

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    1. What a nice comment, Delia, Glad that we've found each other.

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  37. I love your creatures, Amalia! They are very, very sweet! A big kiss for you and your little dolls.

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    1. Just visiting, Amalia! Is that I´ve seen theese lovely cretures and I had to comment. My blog is still in a long, long break. I´m very lazy for the moment... A lot of kisses for you!

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  38. These are darling dolls! Thank you for sharing the creative fun with us on the Art of Home-Making Mondays :)

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  39. Thanks for the giant smile this just caused. I love these so much! <3

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  40. These are beautiful Amalia - you are a creative wonderful lady!

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  41. Such happy (and well-behaved) looking dolls; they surely inspired your lovely poem!:))

    xo
    Poppy

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  42. These are so cute, Amalia. You know, I love dolls so much, especially the cloth dolls. They speak to my heart.

    ~Sheri

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    1. Me too. With their quirky personalities and dainty ways.

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  43. Ha,ha, the friends are too cute and I love the poem! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  44. They're georgeous and have such sweet personalities...did your niece design them??

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    1. She inspired the one on the right and did some of the stitching. The other two are all me.

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  45. The lamp is aged and hand painted by me and is wood... The shade is a barrel shade and I cut the length of the barrel and about a couple of inches extra in width of Linen, I wash the fabric and toss in the dryer with other liked fabric so the edges will fray and the fabric will wrinkle in a relaxed way, then I stitch the fabric around the wire at the jointed spots.... Such an easy shade to make.
    Thank you dear for questioning...
    I have posted a new post, see you soon.

    Xx
    Dore

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    1. Thanks for sharing, Dore. This is such a beautiful lamp and the shade is perfect for it.

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  46. love that you were able to link a poem with your lovely dolls. Your blog is a showcase of talent.

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  47. Just adorable Amalia, and what a cute poem.

    Hugs Diane

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  48. Just adorable Amalia, and what a cute poem.

    Hugs Diane

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  49. Hello Dear Friend,
    I am still catching up. :-))) I love this poem and the dolls.
    My son is finally better. Now my oldest son has been battling Autumn allergies. The news reports say because of all the forest fires the air is heavy and we have so much junk stuck in the air.

    Hope you are feeling better and enjoy your weekend.
    Carla

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  50. Loved the quarrelling friends....and loved the rhyme to accompany them :)
    Helen xox

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  51. So cute!! And non-breakable...LOL!
    Thanks so much for stopping by!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  52. Just, adorable, Amalia! Reading this makes me smile! Thanks for linking up at Best of the Weekend!

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  53. I like your dollies. I'm wondering ..... what's your inspiration? At one time I remember you said your nieces and nephews' drawings inspire some of your art. Are these inspired by them?

    ~Jody

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    1. The one on the right is inspired by my niece. The other two, I have no idea, they simply evolved :-)

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  54. Shana Tovah Amalia! thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

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  55. They're adorable! Love the eyes and expressions!

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  56. Such cute dollies, Amalia. You are so inspired! And I just love the wording. Amazing!

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  57. Hi Amalia, you are so creative, love the dolls!!!!

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  58. Hi Amalia, you are so creative, love the dolls!!!!

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  59. Such cute creations and I love that you write in verse too : ) Thanks again for the visit!

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  60. They are sweet and adorable friends - just the kind we all would love to have ;) Your dolls are wonderful, Amalia!

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  61. How cute! Thank you for joining Home Sweet Home!

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  62. "Sew" cute! that poem is too funny!
    Here from Beautifully Creative Inspired.

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    1. Very sweet and endearing for both children and adults alike!

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  63. Amalia, your dolls are so lovely!!!
    And that story is great♡

    akiko

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  64. You are so clever and creative. ♥

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  65. Oh my goodness, Amalia...these are adorable! xoxo Jen

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  66. rs bem legal!
    E esses, não vão se machucar se caírem ao serem empurrados rsrs.
    Abração e ótima semana.

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  67. I'm so glad it wasn't these three! They do look much too cute and well behaved to brawl.

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  68. I'm so glad it wasn't these three! They do look much too cute and well behaved to brawl.

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  69. Your posts are sheer delight ... as are those sweet amiable dolls!

    Brenda
    xo

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  70. Beautiful dolls. I remember that my mother used to do similar dolls for me when I was a little girl:)

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