Where flowers bloom, so does hope.
-Lady Bird Johnson
These babies may look like flowers to you and there is a reason for that. Even though they are not really flowers. They do have a close relationship to them. They are flower painters. Did you know that flowers get painted by magical creatures? Well, now you do. Not only that, but depending on the painters preferences they get their color. There are some painters that prefer light colors. They are the ones responsible for daisies, pink roses, peach, light yellow flowers, etc. Other painters, like deep dark colors, these give color to blood red roses and deep purple flowers. Other painters just like bright colors, like sunflowers, pumpkin flowers and all sorts of fun flowers with multiple colors.
Now of course, these are only babies. They need some time to develop their talents and do this important job. They need someone to take care of them still, and since I have my hands full at the moment, I decided to find them loving homes.
Now this little baby is Luz, which means light in Spanish. Luz was born to paint light colored flowers. She already loves pink roses, white daisies, pale yellow flowers. She’s very delicate and a little shy. She will need a patient parent. Someone gentle that she can start trusting little by little.
Luz is a 6 inch natural fibers baby doll. Her body is made from cotton jersey and is lightly filled with wool to make her more cuddly. Her head is made in the classic Waldorf style and is covered with DWE. Her eyes are hand embroidered with cotton embroidery floss. Her hair is wild loop mohair crocheted into a cap and then sewn to her head. She wears a wool blend crocheted green and pink bonnet. Luz comes inside a little pocket bed I made her and she will travel with a butterfly friend. Butterflies are actually their helpers. They are the ones that guide them from birth.
Irisa is a colorful flower painter. She prefers colorful flowers, the more colors they have the better. She’s a happy spirit, a sweetheart, very loving, but sometimes is hard to keep her still. She needs to keep moving and exploring. You could say she has a colorful personality.
Irisa is a 6 inch natural fibers baby doll. Her body is made from cotton jersey and is lightly filled with wool to make her more cuddly. Her head is made in the classic Waldorf style and is covered with DWE. Her eyes are hand embroidered with cotton embroidery floss. Her hair is wild loop mohair crocheted into a cap and then sewn to her head. She wears a cotton crocheted green and rainbow hat. Irisa comes inside the little pocket bed I made for her and she will travel with her sweet orange butterfly guide.
Baby Cary is the first one that was born, but for some reason she’s the smallest. It often happens with older babies though. Cary is more inclined towards deep colored flowers. She loves African purple Violets and red roses. Even though this baby loves to be held and cuddled, she’s also a more quiet, serious, kind of old soul. She loves to just lay down and smell the flowers. She’s definitely a thinker. She might be the easiest one to take care of.
Cary is a 5 inch natural fibers baby doll. Her body is made from cotton interlock and is lightly filled with wool to make her more cuddly. Her head is made in the classic Waldorf style and is covered with Heavy weight Laib Yala. Her eyes are hand embroidered with cotton embroidery floss. Her hair is wild brushable mohair that has been embroidered to her head. She wears a cotton and wool blend crocheted green and purple hat. Cary comes inside a cute pocket bed I made for her and she will travel with her faithful butterfly friend.
The adoption fee for these babies is 50 USDollars each plus shipping. Shipping inside Mexico is free, to the US, and Canada is 8 USDollars each and for the rest of the world is 13 USDollars each.
You can see more photos of the babies here.
If you want to give one or more of them a forever home, make sure you comment on this post stating the name or names of the babies you would like to adopt before tomorrow Sunday April 5, 2020 at 3pm. If you choose to adopt one of the babies, I will send you a PayPal invoice that will be due upon receipt.
If the babies don’t get adopted by the time stated above, they will be listed in my shop and announced on Facebook and Instagram.
As always by commenting you agree that you are 18 years or older. Also please do not comment on behalf of anyone else, it is not nice to others.
I hope these sweet babies brighten your day. Flowers and their beautiful colors always bring hope and happiness to me, so I thought I might share some of it with you.
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3 thoughts on “Painting flowers!”
Cary please 🙂
I love Luz!!