Monday, September 28, 2009

Reborn Dolls For the Holidays

It's getting to be that time of year again when we start to think of what to get our loved ones and friends for Christmas. We want something unique and different that they will love and cherish for many years to come.

Here's a list of truly amazing handcrafters who can help make your Christmas a very special one this year. These women, and two men, make unique one of a kind items ranging from crocheting to whirlygigs. All of these crafters take great pride in their work and guarantee their work will last. You won't be sorry when you purchase from these wonderful people. Your only problem will be deciding on what gift to get.

Each crafter is listed with a link to their websites where they sell their items or to their blogs where you can learn more about their items and themselves.

I hope you will take the time to check out these amazing people and their crafts. You won't be sorry you did.


Sabriam - Eden's Little Ones nursery - lifelike reborn babies to touch your heart. Reborns are dolls that look and cuddle like real babies, wonderful for collectors, heirlooms, therapy, memorial dolls, portrait babies, or just to relax while holding a Little One. Specializing in ethnic babies and portrait custom dolls.

You can see these babies at Eden's Little Ones or keep updated at my blog Eden's Little Ones

From All of Us At The Handcrafter's Cottage


Dede said...

My mom had never had a doll when she was growing up. A couple of years ago I bought her a reborn baby and she loved it. I still think she talks to her.

The Handcrafter's Cottage said...

These dolls and signal flags are amazing.

You look at the dolls and just want to snuggle with them they seem so real.

It amazes me on the flags that she knows what every single flag means. There are so many of them.

This is a wonderful blog and I look forward to seeing more amazing artists represented here.

Navy Signal Flags said...

Those dolls are amazing and so life like. I agree that you want to snuggle up with them. So beautiful.

I love this blog and the work that you did to put it together.

Thanks for the compliment on the flags. I love making them ;)

Sabriam - said...

Thank you ladies :) I love making these babies.

The signal flags are amazing - how do you remember what all of them mean? such a unique and cool idea!

I'm loving the blog so far - keep up the great work!

substitutionqueen said...

This blog is a lot of fun and really shaping up...I can't wait to see more each day.