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Monday, April 19, 2010

EEK!!!!!! and Free Pattern

This weekend my daughter opened up her trailer and found dead mice ALL THRU IT! They must of gotten in some how over the winter and with all of the snow they couldn't get back out! As I was sitting making the cute mices out of muslin she was cleaning from top to bottom of her trailer! She threw out blankets and rugs and anything that those little creatures damaged. I felt sorry for herbut she was lucky they didn't eat thru her mattress or cushions.

I have been playing around with some faces for Annies! I made them into a FREE pdf file for you to download. 36 differant faces in all. Sometimes when creating a Annie the face is the most important part of a doll and these will give you ideas! Mix them up if you want too even!


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36 FACES

8 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for sharing the wonderful faces! They are super! (Sorry to hear about your daughter's mice problems...EEK is right!)Take Care and God Bless! Donna, Ebay ID: countercrafts, gmills4@suddenlink.net

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  2. Cute + dirty = MICE! Thanks for sharing the faces...this has been something I cannot conquer. You have very talented! ~*~Lisa

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  3. Thankyou for the download. These are really good ideas to work from. I'ts the face that finally makes the doll come alive I always think.

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  4. well what a sweetie you are for sharing!This will be great for new doll makes as sometimes the face can be a scarey thing LOL
    Helen

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  5. Thank you so much for sharing the faces. Those are just awesome! Tell your daughter I feel so bad for her. I HATE mice!

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  6. Marie, thanks so much for sharing all these wonderful Annie faces!!
    Did you ever get my email re: trip to Ohio?

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  7. How wonderful to have some Annie faces! I have been collecting Annie patterns for years hoping to make a collection of them. I have just the spot . . . as soon as my daughter moves out again! Thank you for sharing.

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