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    In March in a post entitled, "My NEW Linda Walsh Originals Dolls and Linda Walsh Originals E-Patterns Websites" I told you that I had converted both my Linda Walsh Originals E-Patterns website and my Linda Walsh Originals Dolls website to new MyCart2Go websites. Both websites are working out fantastically and I just LOVE how much easier it is to maintain them.

    Since the order process is slightly different than my old websites I thought you might like to see how easy it is to order my instant download e-patterns and how easy it is to order my handmade dolls and crafts.  Shown below is the step-by-step for my instant download e-patterns.  The step-by-step for my handmade dolls & crafts will be shown in the post that follows.

    Step-by-Step Instructions For Ordering My Instant E-Patterns

    Ordering and downloading e-patterns, e-printables, and e-books at Linda Walsh Originals E-Patterns is fast and easy.

    Basically, you just add the e-patterns, e-printables, and e-books that you want to your shopping cart and then check out.  Simple as pie. Here's how:

    1) Select the item you want from the category page.


    In this instance I'm selecting the Baptist and His Smile E-Pattern from the Boys Category.


    2) Click ORDER. This will add the item to your shopping cart and bring you to the shopping cart page.

    a) If you want to continue shopping just click on one of the category pages in the left hand column.


    b) If you want to check out click GO TO PAYMENTS.


    3) Enter your name and billing information and then click CONTINUE.


    4) Next, select how you are going to pay. We only accept Paypal for e-pattern, e-printable, and e-book purchases.   Please note that you do not need a Paypal account in order to pay via credit card. Just select "CREDIT CARD OR DIRECT CASH PAYMENT by PAYPAL" and click CONTINUE.


    5) You'll be brought to Paypal's "Your Order Summary" page where you can either LOG-IN to your Paypal account, or if you want to pay by credit card and don't have a PayPal account click DON'T HAVE A PAYPAL ACCOUNT (see purple star above) and follow the prompts for payment.


    6) Once your payment details have been finalized you'll be brought to the final Order Summary Page on Paypal. Click PAY NOW.


    7) Once PayPal has processed your payment you'll be brought to a PayPal "Thanks For Your Order" window shown above. This should redirect you back to our Linda Walsh Originals E-Patterns website within 10 seconds for your order number and download link, but if it doesn't click "CLICK HERE" where the red arrow is shown above.


    8) Once you have been redirected back to our Linda Walsh Originals E-Patterns website you'll receive your order number. To get your e-pattern, e-printable, or e-book download links you need to click the "Click Here To Get Your Download Links" button above.


    9) You'll be brought to the window that has your download link.  Click on the name of the .pdf e-pattern that you bought which in the case of Baptist and His Smile is  LW129EPattern.pdf. See the red arrow above.

    10) Once you click on the .pdf file your system will start your download process. Depending on your system you may get a pop-up window with a warning that will ask you if you want to open or save the file.


    If you click on open your system will download the .pdf file. For my system it puts it in the Downloads folder and displays the download bar at the bottom of my screen (as shown below).


    If you choose save then you'll be prompted to save your file on your hard drive, in which case then you will need to either go to your downloads folder and click on the file or go to Adobe Reader and then open that file in the downloads folder. After you open your file you can then save your "Instant Download" to your computer (if you haven't done so previously), view it, or print it.

    If you don’t have Adobe Acrobat Reader, don’t worry.  The Adobe Acrobat Reader is a FREE download from Adobe.  Just go to http://get.adobe.com/reader/  and follow the instructions for downloading the program.

    Since I opted to open and download my e-pattern my system displayed the file name on the bottom of my screen (as shown above).

    So, I clicked on the LW129EPattern.pdf button above and my e-pattern was opened in Adobe Acrobat as shown below.


    Please note that the download links expire after 48 hours.

    If you have a problem with your download link before receiving your e-pattern, e-printable or e-book please email me at Lindasoriginals2@aol.com and we will either send the download link email to your email address or send the e-pattern, e-printable, or e-book to you as an attachment to our email back to you.

    Printing Tips: All of our e-patterns, e-printables, and e-books are scaled for 8 ½” x 11” letter size pages.  Please make sure that when you go to print the e-pattern, e-printable and e-book that you print it from the Adobe Acrobat Reader program and that you select “NONE” under page scaling in the Adobe Acrobat Reader print window. Otherwise the scaling might be off. Orientation is portrait.

    We hope you enjoy your e-patterns, e-printables and e-books and would love to hear any comments you might have on them.

    If you have any questions or comments please email me at Lindasoriginals2@aol.com


    Posted by Linda Walsh Originals- "Doll Patterns for Grown-up Girls!"
    Linda Walsh Originals E-Patterns - "Instant Download E-Patterns for Grown-up Girls!"
    Linda Walsh Originals Dolls - "Handmade Dolls & Crafts for Grown-up Girls!"



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    We are just a few months away from the one year anniversary of Mattel’s announcement at San Diego Comic Con 2011 that heralded the end of DC Universe Classics and the launch of the DC Universe “Club Infinite Earths’ subscription program.  Most fans bought into the sub in July of last year and are anxious [...]

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    I am trying hard to be excited for this film, I really am … and this somehow reminded me of the old TV-show (with mirrored eye-lenses) with elements of the Toby McGuire + Sam Raimi-film, so I hope somehow there is something NEW for us to look at, rather than ideas retreaded over ad over again, from comicbook to media… I remain weirdly optimistic :)



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    A Little Bit On The Deja Vu Side: Jeremy Roberts illustrates the newest incarnation of the Justice League in the same fashion as Jim Lee’s other memorable comic book from 20 years ago.

    (Via Bleeding Cool)



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    Dang, can I use the word "Bad Ass" on my site? I'm not sure, but that word does explain this photo pretty well, ha! Here's a picture sent in by a BAT-BLOG Fan named Michael. He said, "It took a while to find an Artist that was trust worthy to tattoo the great Batman but I finally found one in Colorado Springs at a place called Glory Badges." The Bat-Tat shown here is pretty BIG, like full-length arm! I recognize the image and it's one that I have always liked, good choice Michael. Also, thanks for sharing your cool pic. Hey, if any other readers of this site get some ink done then please be sure to share.

    CLICK HERE For More Photos of Batman Tattoo Art Tattoos of The Dark Knight Rises and Joker!

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    Auctions can be a collector's best friend.  Think about it... they are the perfect place to discover treasures, learn about new finds, meet friends and fellow enthusiasts, and sometimes even score a fantastic item at an unbelievable price.  And in many cases, auction houses produce sale catalogs which can be a great reference for identification and valuation for future finds.    For Steiff collectors in particular, such is the case for the upcoming April 28, 2012 Teddy Dorado auction.  Although the physical event takes place in Germany, bids are welcome from all over the world!  Here's a few precious items up for offer that really caught Steiffgal's eye... and why!


    These first two finds make Steiffgal feel like floating on air!  Here we have two marvelous Steiff mobiles, both from the 1974 through 1976 time period.  The first is a seagull mobile (on the left), which consists of three miniature black, white, and gray seagulls.  Each 3 x 3 cm bird has a woolie pompom body and head, orange beak, red feet, and a felt tail and wings.  The second is a raven mobile (on the right) which also consists of three tiny black birds. Each 3 x 3 cm raven has a black and blue woolie pompom body and head, an orange mouth, red feet, and black felt tail and wings.  

    Good things come in threes - and such are the similarities between these two unusual collectibles.  First, it is interesting to note that in both cases, the only Steiff button and tag on the item is located at the top of the mobile; none of the animals have any specific Steiff branding on them at all.  Secondly,  the animals in both mobiles are modifications of standard line woolen miniatures with legs.  Steiff has produced a standing woolie seagull and a raven, but neither has outspread wings.  And finally, both models are packed in clear plastic tubes and have their animals suspended at different lengths from clear nylon string.  Due to their delicate construction and packaging, this makes both examples quite rare today.


    This next lot really got Steiffgal's mouth watering!  Here we have a collection of items from the Steiff cafeteria dating in the 1954 through 1964 period.  The lot includes a white coffee cup, plate, and saucer; a teaspoon; blocks of sugar; and a server's pad to record a guest's order.  

    These items each have a tasty background to them.  The cup and saucer were made by Bauscher Weiden, a well known German porcelain manufacturer that has been in business since 1881. The word "fabrikdekoriert" on the bottom of the cup, plate, and saucer means "factory decorated" and implys that these items were produced as a special order for the Steiff company.  The spoon is marked with "Cromargan Germany", suggesting that it was made by the Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik or WMF company, a German company that can trace its origins to 1853.  During the second half of the 20th century, this company focused its production on home and lifestyle products, including stainless flatware.  The sugar cubes are wrapped in white paper and bear the Steiff logo in blue, and the words "Südzucker cube Raffinade" and/or " Hellma Ernst Zuckerwürfel Stuttgart" on the sides.  "Zucker" means sugar, and "zuckerwürfel" means sugar cube, in German.  The imprint probably is the name of the sugar cube manufacturer or supplier who was located in Stuttgart, which is located about 75 miles from Giegnen.   (Part of Steiffgal's family from Stuttgart as well!) And finally, the server's pad hints that in 1954, in terms of beverages, the cafeteria was serving beer, lemonade, Coca Cola, milk, buttermilk, yogurt, cocoa, and chocolate milk, among other refreshments.   

    Of course, Steiffgal is very intrigued that "bier" or beer is the first option - and the list is clearly not in alphabetical order!!


    This final Teddy Dorado auction highlight is just about purrr-fect in every way.  Here we have Steiff's teeny-tiny 7 cm Fluffy cat from around 1927 through 1943.  She is sitting, unjointed, and made in part from bluish tipped mohair, which is just spectacular.  Her little tail wraps sweetly around her body.  Fluffy's face is detailed with tiny deep green and black pupil eyes and a simple hand embroidered red nose and mouth.  

    The hugely popular Fluffy design was introduced in 1926.  Her details are quite typical of other products Steiff created during "the roaring 20's" - items tended to have large, childlike eyes, bright colors, playful textures, and a distinctly feminine touch to them.  Fluffy was such a favorite that she was produced in nine standard sizes, as well as on a pincushion, as a music box, and as a tail turns head model.  She appeared in the line through 1950.  Her design was slowly replaced by Susi, another favorite sitting style cat, who was a line standard through 1978.

    Steiffgal hopes that this discussion on auction finds has you going once, going twice, going three times to discover the treasures that live sales events can offer. 

    Have a question about one of your Steiff treasures? Let's talk! Click here to learn more.

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    Next up, we have a look at the DC Collectibles booth, including some images of the Dr. Manhattan statue mentioned at their panel on Friday. Click through to check out the full gallery of images shot by Chris Wyman.

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    This doll gets a 10 out of 10. Everything about her is perfection from the hat to the shoes. The design and construction are absolutely top notch. I love being able to say this about a doll and I am so happy she is mine.

    She is still available at two dealers and possibly more but most dealers are sold out. If you love gorgeous fashion and beautiful dolls, you might want to get one now. $160.














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    These 20 Star Wars iPhone Cases will turn any day that looks like a frown into a happier day.  To do so, your day will be turned upside down, so please leave all loose items outside of the ride.  Take a look at these geeky iPhone cases and I can assure you that you will be feeling all warm and fuzzy inside in no time at all!  No time at all, my friend, except the time that it will take you to absorb ...

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