Wednesday, September 29, 2010

I Didn't Know What I Had... 

 Funny how we are on the look out for those special things we love. 
But only find them when we are not looking at all.
I was at  The Olde Mill Primitives shop:
 and I saw this box with a tiny doll in it. 
I never looked close at it but I
I grabbed it and had them hold it for me.
 After a while, I remembered it and picked it up the
next time I was there. 
 I knew it was a doll, 
and we all know how I love dolls. 
Well when I got home, 
I just dropped it on my desk 
in my sewing room and forgot about it again.
 

The next day I had some sewing to do and saw it laying there, 
and that is when I finally opened the box. 

 I took out the little doll.
  That is when I got a better look at her.

 What a sweet face.
 Then an even closer look I see this thing on the front of her.

Wrapped in the same cloth her dress was made of was this perfect, even tinier, itty bitty Dollie.
With the tiniest painted face. 

The sweetest find of all... 

 Happy 
White Wednesday.


14 comments:

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

I love her! And her tiny dolly too. What a great find and I love how you put her on the ballet slippers:)
~Debra
Blog: Capers of the vintage vixens

The Feathered Nest said...

Oh Becky!!! I would have bought her too!!! She and her tiny baby are just precious.....and displayed in the ballet shoe? PERFECT! I hope you are doing wonderful sweetie...hugs and love, Dawn

Tina @ TinyBear said...

How wonderful and what a great find. The dolls looks so pretty in your ballet shoes.
~ Tina

oldgreymare said...

What a sweet treasure and my heart goes pitter pat for polka dots.

Happy WW

Suzan

Curtains In My Tree said...

It is sweet and very old looking like it came across the pond on a boat with someone coming to america.

Janice

Rebecca said...

What a wonderful find-I would have wanted to snatch her up to and the extra little dollie of hers-too precious!

Fleur de Bee said...

VERY Sweet! I also LOVE your ballet shoes being a ballerina myself! Those kinds are very rare to find btw!!

" SHABBY JUNK" said...

The frozen charlotte dolls are SWEET!!The toe shoes ar cool too. I took ballet when I was young and quit before getting to dance in them. Thanks for the cool photos . ~judy~

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

So very beautiful!!!

Tete said...

I'm a little late getting here for last weeks WW! So much to see and so little time...but I love this littlest of all dolls you found.

cindy-stitches-n-stuff.blogspot.com said...

What a wonderful doll. You are so lucky to have found her.

hugs
cindy@stitches

Lori Lynn said...

The dolly is sweet, but I am taken with the toe tap shoes. Back in the 60's I had a schoolmate who did toe tap. I've never seen or heard of it since. Frankly, at the time, I thought it quite weird. But now that you've reminded me of it I am intriqued :-)
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time-worn interiors said...

What a precious little doll! Or I should say dolls!
Theresa
aka:TOT

Tiffany Steers said...

Oh what a precious sweet doll. I wish she could tell her story. I'm glad you gave her a safe home. Tiff