Tuesday, February 23, 2010

cute, cuter, cutest

She hasn't opened her presents yet- so she does not know about this (don't tell). Mom made a little Raggedy Ann for the b-day girl. Don't you just love the expression on her sweet little face?! She has her own bed and ................



...a teeny tiny quilt just like this one!!! Doesn't get much cuter. Unless you are looking for girl clothes at Target- then it gets almost as cute............


I got the greatest surprise when I realized that Target carries 0-5T in the baby/toddler section AND in the big girls' section the sizes start at 4!!!!!!!!!! What fun! Shop both areas and no repeats. It took me extra long to go through the clearance sections but I am not complaining!!!! This adorable purple shirt was 50% off and will be perfect for the purple polka dot party!

The headband: Flowers are on sale at Michaels and we glue gunned it to a headband.


Found a use for the paint chips that have the little square hole....name tags for the treat bags.

8 comments:

Kim's Treasures said...

OMG everything is so cute! Love those name tags!!!

lori vliegen said...

please tell your mom that she did an AWESOME job on this little raggedy ann doll (i'm so happy that little girls still play with raggedy ann!!). and it's easy to see that the creative bug runs in the family.....you always have the most wonderful ideas, and these little name tags are proof of that!! too cute!! have fun!! hugs, :))))

Jes said...

totally adorable :)
loooove the raggedy ann...good job, mom! ;) and ya know what's so funny? we have all the same scrapbooking papers! great minds think alike...or colorful minds. whatever. super cute idea for the paint chips. you're good. :)

thedomesticfringe said...

Those name tags are incredibly creative.

-FringeGirl

Stephanie said...

What a clever lady you are! Love the name tags :)

That doll is beautiful, it looks just like the original ragedy ann dolls, your mom is one talented lady!

Jara said...

LOOOOOOVe the Raggedy Ann, ever thought about selling them?? TOOO cute, and SOOOOO fun!

gailsgarden said...

Tell the lady who asked about selling Raggedy Ann that they are way too labor intensive! I tried at one time, thought people would snatch them up, but no go. I priced them at $50 which in NO WAY paid for my labor. You need to be quick like Sara when selling crafts. And the small Raggedy is very much more piddley than the others. (and I priced those at $35!) I WOULD and DID make one for my special, one and only, grand daughter! And a big one for my special, one and only, daughter. Also your childhood Ann is here, Sara, along with Andy's Andy!

Megan Walker said...

Oh my, everything is adorable, but the Raggedy Ann and her bed & quilt are just too cute for words!!! xoxo