Thursday, January 29, 2009

Over 100 years old.....


Yes I am one of the lucky ones that spent way too much money on these old, dirty, broken
doll parts. It's like a sickness when you get in that ebay fever mode.....you know what I am talking about. Check my etsy store soon ( I will post) as I will have some for sale.

14 comments:

Sydney Hell said...

Lucky!
I love dolls, in all forms.

Libby Buttons said...

Goodness! I would have done the same thing. They're lovely.
smiles
LiBBy

Margaret said...

Can't wait to see what kind of magical creation you're going to make with these beautiful treasures Mx

TattingChic said...

Ya know doll parts could look creepy very easily! You have got a talent for making them look charming! I can't wait to see what you do with this babies!!! :)

Fete et Fleur said...

WOW! If you have to go crazy, this it!
Nancy

dollybelle said...

Love the doll parts!
xxo
Dollybelle

Carolyn said...

They look gorgeous Robin !

I need to find some for myself - they`re very rare here in the UK !

Thanks for visiting my nest again !

Recycled Rita said...

Whaaaaa? Your gonna sell some? Call me so I can come over and look okay? You know I gotta have a couple!!! Hugs! karen...

Gossamer Creations said...

Old doll parts......looks like fun. I would have bid on them too. So many things that you could do with them.Have a great day.
~Sue~

Gaby Bee said...

Great stuff. Love the doll parts also!
Gaby xo

Couture de Papier said...

ooo! Yummy!!

Bone*Head*Studios said...

So your the one who outbid me!!!!
ahahaha!!!....Not really but I sure wish I had the bucks to have bid on them!!!Thanks for visiting me and I'll be "bock"!!!
Blessings,Flora

Maija said...

Opening that box would have made my head explode!

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

oh, my LOL. Was this the listing that said they had been dug up outside the factory? LOL If so, I bid on them as well.

What a fab haul! I should have kept bidding it appears!

That is one heckuva lot of art to be made.

Congrats on your win.