Friday, 23 June 2017

Craft


I have started a Tilda doll for my GD for her birthday,now she is ready to have her hair and eyes painted on.


I had a lovely day at craft on Monday and i got to see Heather's beautiful quilt and Brenda did the machine quilting on it it was lovely.


Heather also showed us her pin cushion it was half of a bit of a pool noodle,what a great idea,Heather has MS and finds this good for her to use.


Healthy Fig protein balls,recipe below.


I didnt have any hazelnuts so i used macadamia and they were really nice.

Hope your day is a good one.

Cheers Shez xx


21 comments:

  1. What a cute doll! It looks like another fun day.
    How is your mom doing?

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  2. You're going to have fun Shez with that Tilda doll! What a great idea for your friends pin cushion and those balls look yummy!

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  3. I suspect your Tilda doll is going to be adorable. What a great idea for a pin cushinon.

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  4. Yum those protein balls look so delicious Shez. Don't the Tilda doll bodies always look so odd until you clothe them, then they transform :-) Cant wait to see her all dressed, will be gorgeous.

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  5. The doll looks great Shez, that quilt is amazing. The fig balls sound good too.

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  6. Looking forward to seeing the doll finished! I haven't made dolls for ages... Heather's quilt it lovely, she does so well with her health problems xx

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  7. Tilda is so popular all over the world look forward to seeing how you paint her face. Lovely quilt. Not a clue what a pool noodle is! but good that it works as a pin cushion

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  8. I have always wanted to make this Tilda doll.Can't wait to see it finished. Enjoy.

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  9. I love your doll, Shez! I am sure it will turn out beautiful!

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  10. Love the doll. THAT's why you have them in your wallpaper. I am going to have to go to pinterest to check out noodle boards. People keep telling me things they use them for. I bought 3 to use to match/sandwich quilts. Someone else told me they used them in their table decorations to hold flowers on the wedding tables. I am wondering if the styrofoam is hard on the pin points, but I really like that idea!!

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  11. Looking forward to seeing it finished looking great so far.

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  12. Love the dolls in the header - he face painting would get me - I am not at all artistic...love teh sound of the fig and macadamia balls....

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  13. great start to your doll Shez.....and great idea of the noodle xxxx

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  14. Looking forward to seeing your Tilda after you've done her face...

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  15. I am looking forward to seeing your lovely Tilda doll. Nothing nicer than going stitching with friends xx

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  16. Great start to your Tilda doll.

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  17. The Tilda doll will be so sweet.

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  18. Your GD will love her new doll! I had seen that idea for the pool noodle before! What a great idea and I'll bet someone could figure out a way to make a quilted cover for it too!

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  19. Looking forward to seeing the doll finished. Those fig balls look delicious.

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  20. Another FuN day together... great use of a noodle too...xox

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  21. I love your Tilda doll! It looks such fun!
    A great idea for a pin cushion, and the fig ball recipe looks delicious.
    Barbara x

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