Friday, January 28, 2011

1920's Bisque Doll for Valentine's Day

Today I am sharing a little 1920's bisque doll that I dressed up with antique silk, lace, and ribbon work.  I have been doing up these dolls for a year or two now and I love how they turn out. 

This sweet gal is all ready for Valentine's Day with her little vintage crochet basket filled with miniature handmade valentines.

She is a real cutie pie and if you love her as much as I do, you can check her out here.  Yes, a little shameless self promotion never hurt anyone, right?  Hope you all have a blessed weekend.  I am linking up with French Cupboard's Handmade Valentine Party and Debra's Vintage Inspiration Friday.  Join us for some fun!

Until next time,
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  1. She is just beautiful!! You are so amazingly talented!

  2. What a sweet little doll. I love her precious face!


  3. She is incredibly lovely.Thanks for sharing!

  4. Oh, she is absolutely adorable Judy! What a talent you have. I can't imagine how you made those sweet little Valentines for her precious basket. Too too cute!
    - Susan

  5. She is wonderful and I love the look, because I have always been a fan of old dolls too, you do a beautiful job with yours! Hugs Marilou

  6. The teeny ribbonwork is beautiful on this little charmer! Yes, she ROCKS! Happy weekend - Tanya

  7. She is so precious!!Hugs, Rachel ;)

    French Farmhouse 425

  8. I love your little Valentines Frozen Charlotte .. Oh my isn't she adorable .. I have a collection of these gals and I call them My Miss Goody Two Shoes dolls .. that's what the remind me of !

    Stop in for our free giveaway and blog party ..find out about it on our right sidebar

    Blessings ..Sara

  9. OMG, she is soooooo cute.... and I love the little basket she's carrying, just adorable!!!
    hugs~~~ Daphne

  10. She is just so sweet ~ perfect little Miss Valentine!

  11. Awww... she's so sweet. Thank you for sharing her with us! Hope your Valentines is super sweet!

    Blessings... Polly
    Counting Your Blessings & French Cupboard

  12. What a cutie pie for sure! Such a sweet little face, and oh my, that darling basket full of Valentines! Thanks for sharing her for VIF!!

  13. I sure don't her and love your shop ~ just made a little purchase!

  14. Hi Judy, thank you so much for your sweet comments and a very Happy Pink Saturday to you too. I don't know where the weekend went, but I am way behind on my visits.
    I think your doll is as cute as can be and love the way you have made her up. A basket of handmade Valentines too! Precious, Char

  15. Those little bisque dolls just make my heart go "pitter patter"...I really like the way you have adorned this little tot...Love your blog...thanx so much for sharing. I have a new blog. Please visit me at and sign up to follow and leave a comment if you like. Thanx, Tiffany

  16. Hi Judy, thank you so much for visiting. This little cutie is so sweet and I love your banner and those monogrammed pillows. OBX aka as the Outer Banks is my favorite beach in the whole world but this time I went to Myrtle Beach to antique and visit a friend. Even though it was brrrrr cold we still walked the beach and had a wonderful time. And I found lots of goodies for The Vintage Nest. Hope you have a fabulous week. xo Lynn

  17. Hi Judy,

    Your little vintage doll is ever so sweet and I love the way you have dressed her.
    Happy week.


  18. Oh My Goodness!! I am in love!! She is just adorable! Such sweetness!! Thank you so much for sharing her!!!!

  19. Oh she is so sweet! I use to play with lil dolls like these when I was little.My mom's friend had a ton of them.Perfect for February!
    I will be back to check out your post about my giveaway, your so sweet! ~Cheers Kim


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