Thursday, January 31, 2013

Doll clothes I have made in the month of January!


I had a lot of fun making all these doll clothes out of my imagination but not only my
imagination, Mrs.Rosie taught me some techniques I did not know, and she helped me
make some beautiful doll clothes! I hope you enjoy looking at all of the outfits I made.
Comment on your favorites!
Thank You Mrs. Rosie!
As Mrs.Rosie would say...
Happy Sewing!
Amy

Things I made with Mrs.Rosie from

Sport Shorts



Crop Top
Sport Shorts
Sarong


Things I made up!










1940's Skirt


Shirt and jean shorts


teddy clothes!
Doll Quilt


Can you believe that that skirt was very large lace!!!


this skirt was made from my old pant leg!


Do you like the Vail?




doll quilt

Doll bag

Christmas skirt(it looks blue but its really medium green not dark)

Crochet doll blanket

decorated doll bag

doll apron

the skirt was made from a old baby dress!

Garden Party Doll Skirt

Dress out of a old ugly baby dress !

Old Scotland Skirt(my favorite)

knitted doll shawl

doll purse

SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL THE MODELS:
Annika(Caroline Abbott)
Evangeline
Liberty
Susan (baby doll)
and
Green Ribbon (the purple bear)

Please comment if you liked this post.

Friday, January 18, 2013

Declaration of Independence

The original Declaration is now exhibited in the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom in Washington, DC. It has faded badly, largely because of poor preservation techniques during the 19th century. The document measures 29-3/4 inches by 24-1/2 inches.
declaration scan
What's on the Back?
People who watched the popular movie "National Treasure" want to know. On the back, at the bottom, upside-down is simply written:
"Original Declaration of Independence
dated 4th July 1776"
According to the National Archives, "While no one knows for certain who wrote it, it is known that early in its life, the large parchment document was rolled up for storage. So, it is likely that the notation was added simply as a label."
There are no hidden messages.

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Getting Annika (Caroline Abbott)


his is the pictures we took on Christmas of me getting Annika which is actually the historical doll Caroline Abbott. In some of the pictures I am not smiling but that's because we had a hard time getting her open. Annika was a gift from God.... My mom won her in a giveaway ! SHE IS FIRST AG DOLL EVER! :



And We All Live ..
HAPPILY EVER AFTER!!!!


A BOX IN A BOX
UH HOW DO WE GET IT OPEN DAD?


DOLL AND BOOK


UM DAD CAN YOU HELP ME GET HER OUT











Thursday, January 10, 2013

My Familys Blogs

I am just reminding you to stop by my familys blogs: (just click them to go to them)
My moms:
http://harvestlanecottage.blogspot.com
Emilys blog:
http://teenforthelord.blogspot.com
My dads blog:
http://lowelllane.com
Michaels blog (just started):
http://talltalesinthebigwoods.blogspot.com/
and my other doll blog which I just started:
http://yourgoingtoamysblog.blogspot.com

Thanks.
Be sure to visit them all.
Amy.

Caroline Abbott an American Girl Doll

God has really blessed me this christmas!
He has given me this wonderful doll,Caroline.
this is the storie :
my mom had been entering and entering and entering and entering and entering and entering and entering and  well you get the point on this giveaway for Caroline.
And she won and I got her for christmas
there were thosands of entries
and thats why I think God gave her to me
I was sooooo exited to open her .
I renamed her Annika though.

Muffins

This recipe makes 9-10 muffins
Here is a Delicious recipe you will want to try.........TRUST ME YOU WILL LOVE IT.
PLUS THERE FAST TO MAKE!

Pre- heat your oven to : 400 F

Here are the ingredients:
1/4 teaspoons of salt
1 3/4 cups of all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons of sugar
2 teaspoons of baking powder
1 well beaten egg
3/4 cup of milk
1/4 cups of cooking oil
1/3 cups of Cinnamon sugar
1 1/2 cups of oats ( or as much as you like. You can also leave the oats out if you want.)

To make Cinnamon sugar:
mix sugar and Cinnamon together.
Then measure the required amount.

Then:
In a large mixing bowl mix all the dry ingredients together, then set aside.
In a littler bowl mix all your wet ingredients together, then mix your wet and dry ingredients.
stir until its a nice batter texture I give you warning though..... do not stir it to much!
Then take your muffin pan and spray it with cooking spray until well covered.
Then carefully pour into muffin pan. Be careful to leave enough room for them to rise!
then pop them in the oven for 20 minutes or until golden.
These muffins will be best served warm with a glass of milk!
Enjoy !
Amy.

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