October 22, 2013

Wee Folk...

 Just what a girl needs. Some serious inspiration of the "doll" kind.
Case in point...my latest book acquisition from the creative mind
of Salley Mavor, artist of all things enchanting. I'm smitten.

This book contains eighty pages of techniques, projects and ideas.
There are harvest folk, a driftwood clan, faeries and even a royal family!
 Sally graciously autographed my copy and included a few lovely extras.
I know I'll be using this bookmark when I crack open my next read!
 I also love this over-sized postcard...suitable for framing. I think I will.
Frame it, I mean. If you're interesting in a copy of this book for yourself, 
you can go to Salley's website. It's a most wonderful place to explore!

As I said, I'm inspired. Who knows? 
There may actually be a real "doll" project in my future!
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Lisa said...

Hi Donna~ This is a great book, you're going to love it! I also love Salley's work, and have collected all of her books myself. I was fortunate enough to meet Salley earlier this year when she came to California for a book signing and the opening of her art exhibit, she was so warm and friendly and oh, so talented. Enjoy your book, I can't wait to see where your inspiration takes you!

Createology said...

Her Wee Folk look enchanting and I adore dolls and faeries. I shall check this out. BOO-tiful day...

Jacque. said...

Well, gee. If I didn't have so darn many projects and ambitions with what I already know what to do, I surely would buy this book. It looks so very interesting!!! Looking forward to seeing what your inspiration turns out to be.

Leeanne said...

So cute!
Thank you so much, I received my lovely book & pattern from your giveaway. There are several projects I am keen to make. I will blog about my win tomorrow.

Ineke van den Akker said...

It's beautiful!

TerriSue said...

I've had this book for some time. It is delightful. I make my grandchildren a lot of hand sewn toys out of wool felt. So far they have stood the test of time very well.

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