Saturday, April 30, 2011

O.O.A.K. Doll: SOLD!

Nancy's Blog Shoppe (one of our Friday's Favorites) is posting my newest, one-of-a-kind fabric over-lay and wood art doll at her grand re-opening, tomorrow... May 1st!  I hope that you will stop by and take a look!  It is an angel that is both funky and fun...

Here is a "sneak peek" pic of part of this newest art doll:
Here's the link, Nancy will post the doll early Sunday morning:
"This and That Angel" has sold...  thanks Phil!

Friday, April 29, 2011

Friday's Favorite!

A new feature... here at Woodstown Whimsies:  We are going to try our best to share with you some of our favorite blogs and websites, several times a month!  

A "new" favorite is Nancy's Blog Shoppe:
Nancy shares her creative spirit and space with a number of "guest artists" over the year.  May 1st begins a new season at the Shoppe!  She also shares some recipes and culinary wonders on one of her other blogs.  Stop by and see her!

Another favorite... is visiting our friend Rafael, at My Tiny Studio.  He creates some of the most whimsical and appealing folk art that we have seen!  Take a minute to visit his studio at:

Enjoy this beautiful day!  Daryle & Katie

Friday, April 22, 2011

Reluctant Has Found A Home!

SOLD: "The Reluctant Messenger" 
I posted this whimsical messenger 
at Doll Town
yesterday early afternoon...
He is headed for his new home with Kate, 
in beautiful Pennsylvania!
My heartfelt thanks...

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Dogwood in its Glory!

Our dogwood trees are cloaked in their spring finest...
here in South Jersey!
I took these photos today, just outside my office
(these pics are not enhanced or touched-up in any way)
Oh Glorious Spring!
Wishing you and those you love...
a Blessed Easter!
Katie & Daryle

Friday, April 1, 2011

"le messager hesitant"... The Reluctant Messenger!

Well... my (not so) little misfit messenger 
is finally coming all together!
He stands 23 inches tall (without his top hat)!
He wears a waist-coat made from a very fun, nubby 
wool fabric remnant that I found at a resale shop.
Underneath is a vintage crochet lace vest... 
and he holds a small box 
with two vintage "special delivery" stamps affixed.

paint and crackle his head and hands...
give him a proper gentleman's paper collar...
attach some old bone buttons down that vest...
and add some laces to his shoes.