My latest creations



Just finished this puppy blanky.
With all the bunnies lately it was time for a puppy again.  :)
You can find this one in my Etsy shop



This lamb was a custom order I also just finished. 
With Easter around the corner I think some more lambs are coming my way. 


These logs,tree stump and leaves are also a custom order for the family that got the group of mushrooms lately.
Can you imagine how much fun it would be to get your imagination going when you play with these forest toys?

Custom Mushrooms



I don't think I have shown you this bunch of mushrooms I made for a customer. They range in size from about 5 to 10 inches (about 13-26 cm)
all have heavy bottoms and can stand alone. I make them with and without the heavy bottom.It's not fall anymore I know, but to me there's no season for mushrooms. I just love these mushrooms all year round.Especially dotted mushrooms!Have you seen the other kind I make?Different colors and shapes and sizes 


I also make other nature items like these...


A custom pocket doll set....

Look at these 2 cuties!
They were a custom order for a very patient lady.

Oh those sweet little faces.

I have not done this kind of hair due in a long time and still like it .

He's so cute! I want to make a big version of him.

The open hair is very cute, but it's very time consuming because it's such a small wig.
Oh, but I love that little bed head!  

Well this was a fun set to make and I hope the little ones that will play with them have a ton of 
fun with them too.

Fall Play....

Fall is here and it's beautiful!
Kids love to play outside in the leaves and run through the woods.
Why not bring some of that magic inside in form of some soft  safe ,natural leaves, mushrooms, logs and tree stumps?


If you are using them as a play set , decoration or for a nature table.


 With little gnomes ......



 .....or for your dolls to play with.

The possibilities for your imagination are endless.

Did you know the mushrooms come in different sizes and also with a heavy bottom so that they can stand?


My play log has been featured on the Little Gatherer