The first is a cute Brunette with a yellow, pink and blue gown. She has the sweetest face!
I gave her hat feathers and vintage velvet pansies. She now holds a pretty blue bouquet of tiny Millinery and vintage ribbon. Her full crinoline makes her a true Southern Belle.
If you prefer pink and blue for your decor, this little doll is just the one for you!
~ I added the vintage white bells and gave her a Velvet Floral and Feathered Hat ~
Her wispy feathers are original and the vintage flowers are my addition.
Cider Update: We went to the Vet this morning to get Cider's stitches out. She still has to wear the cone for at least 2 weeks (possibly 4 weeks). There is one area where it just needs more time to heal. Very slowly it seems. She is always worn out after a trip to the Vet and certainly slept well this afternoon. She has a pretty pink bandage to show off !
Mummy Update: I almost fainted at the Vet today !!!! Seriously . . .this is not an early April Fools joke. I thought I was fine . . . just watching and talking while the surgeon removed stitches and cleaned the wound etc, etc. I guess I watched more than I should. All of sudden I realized I needed to sit down . . . immediately. I was soooooo embarrassed and white as a ghost apparently. The problem was we were in the "Procedure Room" and there were no chairs to be found any where. Luckily, Cider needs 4 Vet Techs to help with her so called "procedures ." One of the many technicians ran and got me a stool to sit on. This worked for a few minutes. Then I was relocated to a real chair and given some water. My poor dog had to carry on without me. She was returned to me with a nice pink bandage and wagging her tail happily.
I guess I will never be a Vet Tech.