Elsita is one of my very favorite artists. I'm forever astounded at the breadth of her creativity and I fall in love with each and every new piece. This little world is described in detail on her blog, Dolls Have Feelings Too, including the materials used to make all the elements.
Is it too soon to start a Christmas Wish List?
Oh dear....carpal tunnel hit me hard.
Looking for softies is painful!
Will do best I can with only left had.
Both by eanie meany.
Actually these are fab wedding cake toppers by Ashley Anna Brown!
One of Mimi K's amazing dolls.
The very talented Raggy Rat made this wonderful rabbit, Edward. Apparently Edward has to share the house with a dog named Rosie. Seems unfair, but what can you do....
Rosie pulls Edward off the chair.
Looks like Rosie is contemplating her crime....or is she thinking of eating Edward?!
Rosie caught red-handed and looking very guilty!
Cute friends with balloons by evangelione.
I'm always drawn to softies as characters in their own little world. This artist - TADA's Revolution - obviously spends lots of time creating the scenes and making the softies come to life.
This scene is titled 'Nutfield's master plan for world domination' and 'Step 1: Get Nuts, Step 2: Take over forest, Step 3: Take over world'
Please check out this artist from Moscow - her bug people are wonderfully original and I love the clothes she makes for them. The red dress on the first one was inspired by a design by Paul Poiret - very fashionable these bugs!
Also at the end of this post, two friends on a journey across a snowy field. My only complaint - she doesn't have an Etsy shop?!
Spring flowers - just so pretty!
Delicate embroidery looking a bit like flowers by Contemporary Embroidery who does the most exquisite embroidery I've seen.
Lovely french knot flowers by Mary Corbet.
Felt flower necklace by Irregular Expressions.
Flowers by Laughing Flowers
Gertie wearing a warm and cozy handmade coat by HodgePodgeFarm