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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Happy Easter 2012 (Better Late Than Never!)

Hi Everyone, it seems like it has been such a long time since I have been able to sit down and write a blog post. Here it is over two weeks past Easter and I never got to wish you all a Happy Holiday!! So better late than never, hope you all had a great Easter! I would like to share with you some of my Easter displays. There are many things I hope to be able to write about in the next couple weeks, many happenings I would like to share with you, so let's get started.

Here is some overall views of one of my displays.

This is a little antique Bye-lo baby I bought from my friend Joann along with my "Bruette Friend".

"Cherie Limoge" Bleuette's Friend says Happy Easter!!

A beautiful antique Cuno Otto Dressel that belonged to my neighbor and long time friend Hazel. Thanks to her daughter Wendy, I am able to have this keepsake. The little antique Dream Baby, I recently acquired from my friend Joann.

Closeup of Cuno Otto Dressel

Antique Bye-lo

Antique Bye-lo

Three of my Bambino's (Bleuette's Brother) with a SFBJ 60 Bleuette Gold

Closeups of Bambino's

I hope you all enjoyed seeing some of my Easter treasures. My next display I am working on is my Patriotic Display for the 4th of July. I have several more blog posts to do shortly. A couple weeks ago, I was very fortunate to acquire a lot of doll molds from my friend, Marilyn. I also have a few announcements to make on some upcoming events and some pictures of my garden I would like to share with you.

Have a great evening and talk to you real soon!!

Dolly Hugs, Connie


Anonymous said...

As usual the display is very tastefully done as well as beautiful. I know how much time you must have put in to do the work to get it finished. The dolls and display are a credit to you.
Jennifer Stevens.

Connie Zink said...

Thank you so much Jennifer!!! Connie

Loretta said...

Oh, the dolls are all gorgeous! I love the antique Cuno Otto Dressel, and the darling bambino babies. I also really like the darling doll inside the box, wearing a blue dress with yellow chicks; what is she?

Your displays are so stunning.

Connie Zink said...

Hi Loretta, the doll in the wardrobe is a Bru sized Bleuette or so titled a Bruette. Thanks Connie

kiddincat said...

Easter is always a time of new beginings! I adore the close up of your C.O.D. doll. (not going to try to spell that)!