Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Quick somebody call C.S.I.


Settle down I'm joking .

My dolls sold really well over Christmas and now I need to restock .

After taking the kids for a swim at the pool I sat and watched the cricket and stuffed things .

This is the temperature here (in the shade)at 10.30 in the morning .

Not that I really need an excuse for watching cricket and getting stuffed .

12 comments:

Lurline's Place said...

Way to go, Girlfriend - put life into those little bodies!
Hugs - Lurline♥

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

hee,hee....Enjoy doing little.
The heat knocks you atround ,we have 30 + one day and fog and drizzle the next...crazy!

Treann said...

Hi Clare, Thank you for your kind words, thought I too would pop on over and check out your blog, great work keep it going. Kind Regards Treann

Tozz said...

Yes Clare thank you for your lovely words on my blog and I tell you I was surprized to see these bodies!! I thought you had lost it lol but you are only making more dolls - thank goodness for that. Well done on selling some too :)

Jeni said...

love the dolls... cant wait to see their little faces Clare....
Had to cut my holiday short.... mum is now in nursing home as of yesterday...... feeling sad...thanks for the emails
hugs jeni

Robyn said...

I love your CSI pic...*chuckle*
Thanks for popping by again...love your visits :o) Thanks.
Hopefully you'll be able to watch all the hexagon progress here :D
http://hexagonquilt-along.blogspot.com/
Robyn xx

Julie said...

Hi Clare. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I will tell you more at the begining of Febuary. Stay Tune... Love your dolls..

Pamela said...

Hello, thankyou for dropping into my blog and leaving your lovely note. I enjoyed looking at your blog and intend on following it in the future.

Rustic Tarts said...

Great title for your post, Clare!
The things we do to those poor little dolls bodies.....

i cant sew said...

thank god we installed air con last year. we still have $1000 to pay off but it has been worth every penny. brisbane gets so humid it is literally unbearable! cant wait to see them come to life.
%*_*% rosey

Levin (and Emily) said...

hey!
thanks for stopping by my blog. we had a great camping holiday and can't wait to do it again.
we are heading into some warm weather here (41C on tues!!!) so i think i will be doing something similar to you - sewing and watching the kids get wet!
l
x

Treann said...

Hi Clare. pop on over to my blog for a surprise blog award. Kind Regards Treann