Do you think my dolls could spend some time in Russia and not wear traditional Russian dresses? Of course, they couldn’t! I made both of these dresses in advance and brought them with me. Both consist of traditional long white blouses with embroidery, red sarafans and red ribbons in their …read the rest
Little Match Girl
As you can see, Lily really didn’t have time to get bored at dacha! She loved climbing apple and plum trees and picking ripe juicy apples!
Last year Lily had lots of fun at dacha in Russia. She picked redcurrants and sour cherries (I really miss them in Singapore!!) and also enjoyed different flowers.
Just a few photos of Francesca and Lily when they were both visiting dacha in Russia. They are going to be a mummy and a daughter in my story (and Romeo will be Lily’s daddy, of course!), but they didn’t know about it then.
At the end on the 11th century England was ruled by William II, nicknamed Rufus (because of his red hair). He was the son of William the Conqueror, who conquered England in 1066. But in 1100 William Rufus was killed while hunting in the New Forest. According to a legend, he was …read the rest
It wasn’t the best day for visiting this place, but we didn’t give up and thoroughly enjoyed it despite shivering from the cold wind. This is Old Sarum, a place where Salisbury started (Salisbury is also known as New Sarum). It is situated on a high hill. There used to …read the rest
The Wilton House is a lovely place near Salisbury. It is home to the Earl and Countess of Pembroke, and it is absolutely gorgeous! It has a little museum with one room representing a Tudor kitchen, one room with dolls and two grand dolls houses (from the 18th and 19th …read the rest
Some more pictures of Lily in Salisbury.
Lily spent a lot of her time in Salisbury. These photographs were taken on different days. The first one is a rather funny one: Lily tried to stand on a big rock to pose for a photo, but the wind was too strong for her, so all I managed is …read the rest
Lily on a farm in Wiltshire where she stayed with us for nearly 2 weeks.
Some more photographs from the same pub on the way from London to Wiltshire…
My Kish girls Betty, Lily and Keira helped decorating our Christmas tree.
These are two matching dresses that I made for my Kish dolls Lily and Keira about 6 months ago. They are 19 cm (7.5 inches) tall. They close at the back with snaps.