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What could they be talking about?

Never allow the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game!

Babe Ruth

Monday, November 5, 2012

I won!

I was the lucky winner in Mary Harris' witch giveaway! Letme just say...when the box arrived I had no clue she was that big! Ohhhh how I love this ole gal! She's far to perfect to put away after Halloween though. So I found a bonnet Traci Stoddard had made and strategically placed it over her witchy hat! Of course Mary also included the adorable pin cushion doll and bonnet! Thank you thank you thank you Mary!

11 comments:

  1. I'm glad you liked her Katie. I love the idea of the bonnet to keep her out longer. She looks great with it on.

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  2. Oh she is just wonderful! I'm thinking you probly could snip the witch hat off and just straight pin it back on for Halloween.Glad you won something wonderful! Warm Blessings!~Amy

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  3. Congrats on a wonderful win!
    What a great idea of putting a bonnet over her witch hat ~ you probably started something now.
    Enjoy!
    Prim Blessings
    Robin

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  4. Oh how pretty! Congrats to you. What a nice doll :)

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  5. Mary's work is awesome!! Congrats on your win! :)

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  6. Fantastic win and you are so clever to figure how to keep her out all year!

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  7. Congratulations on your win! how adorable!!!

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  8. She's purdy! I love the fabrics :)
    Hugs~Carol

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  9. You lucky witchy lady:) Good idea with the bonnet. She's wonderful.
    -Steph-

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  10. Hi Katie, Congratulations on your winnings! Doesn't Mary do awesome work! And I am so happy that you won!! I know how you love prims! hugs, Lecia

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  11. Thanks for entering my Holidays Giveaway, Katie. What a coincidence: I also adored Madame Alexander dolls and collected them! They now sit on my bed. I well remember the blue boxes and the pink and blue tissue paper wrapping. You know, the dolls in excellent condition are now worth something to collectors. Sadly, most of mine are in just "good" condition. Thanks for sharing with us :)

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