Meet My Newest Izannah Walker Reproduction Doll * SOLD

Farewell post :) This is my recent most favorite project. I made the reproduction all cloth Izannah Walker doll and then added her image to this altered antique photograph ♥

Farewell post 🙂 This is my recent most favorite project. I made the reproduction all cloth Izannah Walker doll and then added her image to this altered antique photograph ♥

Please meet my newest Izannah reproduction.  I just put the finishing touches on her this afternoon.  Her clothing and accessories were inspired by the little girl in the photo above.  THIS DOLL IS NOW SOLD.  THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR COMING BY TO MEET HER.

I’m so glad that you stopped in for a visit.  I always love company, so sit down, get comfy and stay to play dolls 🙂  I hope you enjoy the video!  I made it especially for you.

If you are fond of dolls that have obviously led a full life and been well loved, then you will appreciate the finish and appearance of this doll.  She has two curls in front of each ear and seven more ringlets along the nape of her neck.  Her clothing consists of a cotton chemise & pantalettes, an embroidered flannel petticoat, a linen petticoat, and a dress made of brown madder dyed cotton.  All of the fabrics, lace and buttons are antique.  She has scallop topped painted boots and a real coral necklace.

To purchase her please visit my website, A Sweet Remembrance.  If you would like to see additional photos, or have any questions, contact me at paula@asweetremembrance.com or 860-355-5709.

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~ by paulawalton on February 11, 2012.

8 Responses to “Meet My Newest Izannah Walker Reproduction Doll * SOLD”

  1. Hi, Paula:
    It’s incredible how you matched the fabric to the doll’s dress in the
    photo. Oh, I’m star struck. This is just breathtaking.
    Hugs,
    Susan

  2. She’s wonderful. I was setting here watching the video my husband walked in the room and wanted to know what I was smiling about. I love it, great job.

    Fran

  3. Thank you Fran! She makes me smile too 🙂

  4. That sure is some good camera work; I wonder who shoots all of these for you?

  5. I can hardly wait to meet her and hold her in my hands! I just happened to discover your website recently — and there she was, destined to be mine! I think her name is Emma — I’ll be sure when I see her in person. Thank you for my little treasure!
    Margie

    • Margie,
      Emma is a lovely name! I never name them, because I think that their new “Mom” should be the one to do that. I’m so glad that she is going to you 🙂
      Paula

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