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|These are Ruth's "Quaro" birds on the cover|
|These are some heads she made for me|
|This is my version of the "Quaro" bird|
|Ruth's illustrative abilities are out of this world. I just sat and|
gawked at her prowess while she made this........I'm a very
happy camper now that I have my very own zombie mermaid.
|I now am the proud owner|
of two of her dolls.
|Her use of fabrics and fibers is|
amazing, not to mention her color
|This is one I received from her (it's stunning) and I was able to|
wear it to the open viewing of the newest Mormon Temple
here in Gilbert, AZ. Needless to say, I received many
compliments on it.
|This is one I asked her to make for my mom since her favorite|
color is purple, again stunning workmanship.
|Michie is a Chihuahua. I have to say, this one turned|
out so darn cute, it almost didn't leave our house.
|My hubby, myself and our youngest daughter all fell in love|
with this sculpt and didn't want it to leave.
|A bag full of eyelet samples that just take my breath away|
in their beauty. I don't know what I'll do with these yet,
probably just stare at them for a while.
|I found some lovely handmade tatting and other laces, too.|
I'm collecting items because my oldest daughter, who is
pregnant with my first grandchild, has asked me to make
a blessing gown.
|This is a funny game I found, from 1903.|
It's pretty much a complete game, but the
box was deconstructed. This is an image
of the top of the box.
|Some of the playing cards.......those graphics are just amazing.|
|I did not get the complete 1950's pinball|
game, I only got the off white top part.
It was electrical, and no longer works, but
hubby and I are going to see if we can
revive it. It has a wheel you can turn
to check your strength and a bell.
I fell in love with the graphics.