Such a ststely looking copy of the real thing!
Thanks, Dawn. He's very special and very stately to me, too. You would laugh if you knew how much "attitude" they gave me during their creation -- just like I imagine they would do during a tailor fitting or something of that ilk. Washington was reputed to be extremely fastidious about his clothes, etc. -- and I have felt it!! But I adore him. Can't you see the "stately" attitude in his slightly upward glance? I didn't plan that. It just happened!!
wonderful job on his 'Great Coat' Nina!
Your work is absolutely wonderful. I am speechless.Julie
Hi Nina,I'm glad you could tell my spelling!? Yes, he does have attitude behind his eyes, it's fantastic when things occur suddenly like that.I enjoy your blog.
Just wowed evertime I see your creations!! Wonderful!!Have a beautiful day and Thanks so much for letting me do a little bit of creating for you love working with them :)Annette
Thanks, Annette! I love what you've done for me with banner and avatar! Maybe you can help me design a postcard for my Christmas show in Williamsburg? Let's talk!Nina
Nina ~ Please disregard my previous comment. I had you mixed up with a Nita Mason, I believe!I am SO sorry BUT I'm glad I found you anyway...your dolls are breathtaking and I love your STJ Pumpkin King & Queen that sold!Best,Chris
Wow. I stumbled upon your blog from the Coffee With Tea blog. These doll are amazing--jaw dropping, amazing. I am so completely impressed. Your work is fabulous! I just had to leave a comment just in case you don't hear that enough. Wow, just wow.Best Wishes,Becky.
Thanks, Becky. Blush. Truth is, I never hear it enough. Your comment made my day!Nina
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