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    "Hazard A Guess What I Am?" seems to have a bit of a problem in that people are not sure that he's a ghost. Sometimes, he's not even sure himself. He can't understand this confusion because he thinks he's scary at times. He even scares himself.

    Hazard is a free standing ghost doll with a cloth body, and an embroidered face with button eyes. He is wearing a vest and multi-colored fringed scarf. “Hazard A Guess What I Am?” is coffee stained throughout.

    He's a little confused, but he's not scary. What's up with that? You see, "Hazard A Guess What I Am?" has a problem with his heritage. He isn't even sure he is from a ghostly line.

    If you can't tell he's a ghost and his heredity is in question - how is he ever going to know?

    Sometimes he looks like a ghost, he feels like a ghost, and he walks like a ghost. But, is he really a ghost?


    “Hazard A Guess What I Am?”, 7” Primitive Ghost Shelf Sitter Doll Pattern - Stout Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner


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    "Mabel I Won't Cast A Spell!" can’t decide whether to be a good witch or a bad witch. She’s watched “The Wizard of Oz” so many times your head would spin. And, sometimes, her’s does. She is a witch after all.

    Mabel is a free standing primitive witch doll with a cloth body, an embroidered face, and a full head of curly gray. She is wearing a lined cape, dress, fringed scarf, and lined witches hat. “Mabel I Won’t Cast A Spell?” is coffee stained throughout.

    There is no confusion with Mabel. She knows she's a witch. In fact, she's a "teasing, taunting witch!" She may or may not cast a spell on her depending upon her mood.  Lucky for us she's in a "Hey, Look At Me! I'A Model!" mood today and a little distracted. Otherwise we'd all be "frozen" in our chairs, literally.


    “Mabel I Won’t Cast A Spell?”, 7” Primitive Witch Doll Shelf Sitter Pattern - Stout Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner


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    For the last two weeks I have been having a blast taking my 5th class at Artful Gathering. The class is ART-S2-307 The Imaginarium: Anthologies of an Art Doll with Mary Jane Chadbourne and it is a delightful mixed media art doll class.

    I'd been anxiously awaiting the start of this class as I have never created mixed media art dolls so it was going to be an adventure for me. And, adventure it was. I never realized how much fun this was, how much work was involved in creating mixed media art dolls and all the different supplies you would need.


    I had decided to buy one of Mary Jane's art doll wood kits and to try and accumulate all the art supplies and printables I would need ahead of time. The wood kit contained the wood needed to make 3 different art dolls.


    The doll pictured above was the 1st mixed media art doll I made. She took the longest amount of time to make as I couldn't decide on the different papers and fabrics I would use for her outfit and what other embellishments I was going to add. I knew I wanted to make a doll using blue colors (just to drive my baby sister crazy as blue is her favorite color)  and wanted to incorporate a printable of the blue rose graphic I had created for some of my Victorian Era fabric designs.


    I had found a wonderful graphic to use for the faces of two of the dolls so one would be brown eyed and one would be blue eyed. I used the brown eyed face here. Her back and side are painted blue and then stamped with a black flower design. Her message is "to listen is to learn, and to understand is to inspire" so I named her "Compassion."


    My 2nd doll was easier to make. She had beautiful blue eyes so I decided to make her outfit a combination of darker blue papers and fabrics. I had also decided to utilized two green butterfly printables I had found and some of the silk floral and lace embellishments I had. Her sides and back are painted dark blue. I added a layer of crackle paint which didn't crackle the way I thought it would. Instead of cracks I got a marble type of raised design.


    Her message is "believe in possibilities" and "begin with yes" so I named her Melody.


    My 3rd doll had a small body, but a large head. I had found a wonderful whimsical graphic to use for the face but when looking at the finished doll now I think her face could have been a little smaller. Oh, well. Live and learn.


    I had decided that this doll would be a whimsical angel of sorts so I added a green and white checkered paper bow to her back to serve as wings. Her sides and backs I embossed with a flower design which gave it a three dimensional look.


    I had decided to use the message "Trust Your Heart Song" and had found a whimsical green frog playing a violin that I wanted to incorporate in her design. As the frog was green I decided to make her outfit a combination of green, peach and black/white papers and fabrics. To this I added white outlining and black raised painted dots. I named her Ophelia.

    Mary Jane's class doesn't just cover the making of the mixed media art dolls shown above. It also includes information on making mixed media artist trading cards and 3 tiered wood block art dolls. I'm working on those now and will post pictures of them when I'm done.


    I thoroughly enjoyed my mixed media art class at Artful Gathering.  Mary Jane Chadbourne is an excellent teacher who provides a tremendous amount of information on her videos as to the different techniques you can use and different forms of mixed media art dolls you can create. I absolutely loved her class. It was a total blast. She's a great teacher and the class provided a lot of fun filled interaction with the rest of the class participants. If you're looking for a great class with a lot of student activity you don't want to miss one of Mary Jane Chadbourne's classes.



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    Teddy bears, bunnies, or sweet girls in tutus? Which would you prefer? With Mini Boheme, you have all of these options and more. Created by hand in naturally dyed organic linen,, Mini Boheme dolls feature hand stitched faces, beautiful fabric accents, and eco corn fiber filling. You can add a beautifully embroidered name onto their little […]

    The post dancing with their tippy toes appeared first on Small for Big.


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    set database: LEGO 6681 police van


    image courtesy of bricklink


    image courtesy of peeron


    image courtesy of avante
    set number: 6681
    set name: police van
    theme: townpolice
    year: 1981
    pieces: 75
    price: us$na
    minifig: 1
    nice town set.
    come with a police van, a road barrier and 2 road cones.
    minifig included a policeman minifig.
    great playability.
    overall design is great.
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    Nintendo is struggling to keep up with the times, but interactive toys could be the Japanese company's savior, analysts told CNBC.

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    [PR Newswire] - EMERYVILLE, Calif., July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc. (LF), the leader in educational entertainment, today announced that Scott A. Steinberg has joined the company as vice president of platform marketing responsible for the development and marketing strategies for LeapFrog educational hardware platforms. In his role, Steinberg will lead LeapFrog's efforts to grow the company's existing platforms including the recently unveiled LeapTV educational, active video gaming system, the market share leading and award-winning line of LeapPad tablets and the no. 1 selling LeapReader learn to read and write platform, while developing future engaging and educational experiences for children that broaden the LeapFrog brand experience with children and parents. "I am very excited to welcome Scott, a well-respected industry veteran, to our LeapFrog team. He comes to LeapFrog with more than 20 years of leadership experience in hardware and ecosystem development, platform product marketing, and in applying interactive, digital and social strategies to drive business growth, all with proven results," said Greg Ahearn, chief marketing officer at LeapFrog.

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  • 07/30/14--05:30: Tuttz Art Contest
  • Eric Nocella Diaz and Argonaut Resins have launched another Tuttz Art Contest. You've got a chance to win a FREE Tuttz Mini cat 3.5-inch resin figurine. All you need to do is follow directions. The cut off date for contest entries is August 31st 2014, and you can enter as many times as you want...plus […]

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    Some girls like to play with dolls, while others might enjoy more crafty activities. But some girls also want to take charge at an early age and are interested in subjects that are stereotypically dominated by men. Recently, there has been an emergence of toys that help young girls develop an early interest in areas [...]

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    Marvel Entertainment, in conjunction with Disney Consumer Products, has unveiled a product collection to celebrate the new film, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Licensees for the products include Hasbro, Lego, Disguise, Hot Wheels, Her Universe, Café Press, Mad Engine, Just Play, KidDesigns, Rubie’s, C-Life, Jay Franco, and the Disney Store. Products in the line include [...]

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    Seymour (Peter Kelk) is taking part in the Sideshow group show at Stranger Factory. The carnival inspired show opens in Albuquerque, NM on Friday August 1st 2014, with a reception running from 6PM to 9PM. Seymour has shared several photos of pieces he has submitted to the show. These are all one-off pieces, each standing around […]

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  • 07/30/14--08:52: Who's That Vanessa?
  • Aerodynamic Vanessa - the original - had surprising black lips and beautiful red hair pulled back into a straight pony tail.


    I freed her hair and crimped it.


    Then I had her repainted.
    And then I bought another one who had been rerooted.

    She was not a popular doll at first. Now all the original Vanessas are sought after.  Who is your favorite?



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    Isabelle Palmer, American Girl’s 2014 Girl of the Year, appears in a new feature-length movie from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. American Girl: Isabelle Dances Into the Spotlight is now available on Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD, and on Digital HD. Starring Melora Hardin from “The Office” and Hannah Montana: The Movie, and presenting Erin Pitt [...]

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    Nintendo is struggling to keep up with the times, but interactive toys could be the Japanese company's savior, analysts told CNBC.

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    SHOGUN WARRIORS from Toynami was represented by Mayan Jumbo & Pyramid Ra at the recent San Diego Comic Con 2014, with these "re-imagined" figures in unpainted versions (a fully colored version of Pyramid Ra was on show at SDCC2013)."Toynami's Shogun Warriors introduces all-new robots and an entirely new concept to the super robot series. Finding that getting the licensees for the many past

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    Our girls just love Disney Junior, it’s the one channel I know they will enjoy and I can trust the content that is put in front of them. We spend a lot of time at Disneyland and as a Disney family we love collecting new movies with our favorite Disney Junior shows. Releasing on DVD… [read more]

    The post Sofia the First: The Enchanted Feast on DVD – Giveaway appeared first on Our Ordinary Life.


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    This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of HTH Pool Care via Burst Media. The opinions and text are all mine. Having a pool can be a lot of work but using products that help keep your pool clean is a must. This summer we’ve already had HTH® Pool Care Products come… [read more]

    The post Keep Having Fun This Summer With HTH® Pool Care Products appeared first on Our Ordinary Life.


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    Seen on display at the Toynami booth at San Diego Comic Con 2014 where "chibi" versions of their Robotech license characters! And while the "Chibi Skull Leader VF-1S in Military Gray" was an SDCC-exclusive (Edition of 2,000pcs @ US$15 each), other 3" tall figures in this "Robotech Super Deformed Blind Box" line, and other Robotech toys were revealed. Pics via MWCToys + Cool Toy Review

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