Doll dresses and art!

I was able to get around to completing my doll dresses and uploading them to Etsy.

I broke out my trusty Rebecca American Girl doll and went to photographing.  What look like bizzare horizontal lines is the porch swing out front.  Behind the porch swing is this little garden area that for the life of my parents and myself nothing will grow there!  It's a plot I tell you!  A plot!

Right...moving on....

I made two of these Mary Poppins like doll dresses.  Because of the loose fitting nature of the dresses I imagine they should fit many eightteen inch dolls.  I made two of these.
http://www.etsy.com/listing/72631235/girls-victorian-pink-doll-dress

I also made a little yellow flannel nightgown for a doll.  Ignoring the bulkiness of the fabric when sewing doll clothes it was suprisingly easy to work with.
http://www.etsy.com/listing/72631913/ooak-yellow-and-white-doll-nightgown

And finally a similar variation to the yellow nightgown.  This one I made from bright green gingham.
http://www.etsy.com/listing/72632158/ooak-dolls-green-victorian-nightgown


And now for the moment you've been waiting for....or not...the art!

In honor of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War I set about making these two prints.  I will make more as ideas and time allow.

The prints are a limited edition of 20 prints each.  You can choose color or sepia.

Union
http://www.etsy.com/listing/72628875/returning-home-limited-edition-art-print

Confederate
For the Confederate print I wanted to show the women who also fought in the war.
That's all I've got for now.

Until next time:  the radioactive sheep know where you live!

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