Thursday, January 27, 2011

Handmade Dolls at Anna Pearl's Attic

Anna Pearl's Attic would like to introduce our Sylvia's Tea Party handmade dolls. 
Each doll has a cute coordinating dress, bloomers and her own little yo-yo blankie. She has curly hair with pig-tails tied in coordinating bows. The dolls are soft rag-type dolls with nothing that would harm a child. Each doll is made just for the person who is adopting her. We offer blonde, black, brown or red hair. She can have light, medium, or dark skin. Her adoptive parents can choose the color of her dress and accessories and we will do the best we can to make their dreams come true. Sylvia's dolls would make a nice addition to any little girls tea party. $20.00 plus $5.95 shipping and handling.  Pictures coming soon!

Coming Soon! 

Linda's Nursery Dolls - Soft dolls that are perfect for church or other quiet places.

Gayle's Garden Dolls - Soft dolls that are designed around your favorite flowers and other things that you might find in the garden.

Patricia's Quilting Bee Dolls - Pioneer-type dolls with their very own patchwork quilts.

Please call me at 307-679-4162 to order anytime during reasonable hours, MST. I will accept paypal, personal checks and money orders. We will ship upon receipt of payment. If paying with a personal check, we will ship after the check has cleared our bank. Because our dolls are handmade to order, expect a two week delay in shipping. We do have a limited supply of ready-made dolls. If ordered, ready-made dolls ship the next business day. We will be adding ready-made dolls to the etsy site very soon.  We ship USPS.

Monday, January 17, 2011

100 Visitors Blog Giveaway

We have reached 100 visitors on our Blog!!!!  We are so excited we are doing a Giveaway!! 

Enjoy this cute saucer on your wall or mantle!

This is a pink depression glass saucer in the Queen Mary pattern, also known as Prismatic Line or Vertical Ribbed pattern. It was produced by the Anchor Hocking Glass Company between 1936 and 1949.

A GREAT piece to start or add to your collection! - This pattern is fairly easy to find & most items remain affordable. The pink and ruby items are generally considered to be more valuable than the clear.

Did you Know???

Depression glass was often distributed free or at low cost around the time of the Great Depression. Food manufacturers put a piece of glassware in boxes of food, as an incentive to purchase. Other businesses would hand out a piece simply for coming in the door. Most pieces was made in the central and mid-west United States.


Just leave a comment here and we will draw on Saturday, January 30 at 5:00 p.m. MST