Most of the time my Frozen Charlottes run around in various states of nakedness. Back in the 1800's when they were made, they were either sewn into dresses or had dresses painted on them. They were used in dollhouses.
I wanted something different for Easter. I saw Christina at I Gotta Create make some chenille stem bunny ears and thought they would look cute on the Charlottes. Read her tutorial here, and while you are there read all her cute projects posts!
Now I couldn't let them roam around with just bunny ears. Shades of Hugh Hefner, NO!
Mama Charlotte is dressed in a taupe tutu with a pink lace top. Pink bunny ears for an Easter bonnet.
Now I know most of us seemed destined for a chilly, if not cold Easter Sunday, so I made a pink muff for the dolls to keep their hands warm. (If they had hands!)
This little one is hopping off to join the others. The small ones (about two inches tall ) are dressed in pink lace dresses.
Mama Charlotte watches over her babies neatly tucked into a small blue basket. They stare in wonder at the giant egg.
(Yes, that is an antler in my Easter vignette. I just like the color and texture of it next to the Easter grass.)
A bold fashion statement!
The tiny Charlottes like their new wardrobe.
They are digging those ears and muffs!
Danni from Silo Hill Farm sent me this delightful picture of a zombie rabbit eating a Frozen Charlotte. Now Danni thinks the Charlottes are creepy with their missing arms or legs or even heads. I find bunnies slightly creepy because I was attacked by one.
I took no offense at the picture. In fact I rather like it. I do love a good zombie.
Danni has started back with her series about bloggers she admires. It is a great place to meet great bloggers! Go visit here.
This has been a post of randomness. It was too cold to paint today and I have become stalled with my projects. I promise to be back up to speed soon. No, Chucks has not determined where the water spot on the wall is coming from - I guess the wall is coming down.
All I wanted was a guest/computer/craft room!