Halloween Party Part 3

I wasn’t really planning on splitting the Halloween Party into 3 posts, but WordPress is being a little bit cranky and overexcited tonight…  So here is the third installment of our party!!!

Halloween Dresses

These dresses will all fit most of my 18 inch reproduction Izannah Walker dolls.  If you are interested in buying any of the dresses, especially dress #3, you should measure the waist and top of the shoulder measurement of your doll.

SOLD Dress #1 – Sort straight sleeves, made from an antique black floral mourning print cotton.  Drawstring closures at the neckline and waist. $200.00 includes free priority mail shipping to any US address.

 

Dress #2 Is the same as dress #1, except it has short gathered and frilled sleeves.  $200.00 plus free priority mail shipping within the US.

 

SOLD Dress #3 is more fitted than the other 3 dresses.  Made of orange “cheddar” print antique fabric with black vining “branches” and red “berries”, trimmed with black velvet ribbon. This dress will close with three orange painted milk glass buttons and button holes.  I have not made the button holes or sewn on the buttons yet, so that I can slightly adjust the fit of the dress if necessary. $250.00 with free US priority shipping.

 

 

SOLD Dress #4 is probably my favorite!  It is a true “make-do” dress, pieced together from two different antique “cheddar” orange fabrics with a false hem of a third coordinating antique fabric.  One drawstring around the neckline and three drawstrings at the waistband, gives this dress an adjustable fit.  You will find this method used in late 18th and early 19th century infant and young children’s clothing.  It’s immensely practical!  $240.00 with free priority US shipping.

 

Treat Bags and Box

I have one set of four cotton mesh treat bags in a decorative Halloween box. $28.50 with free Priority Mail shipping within the US.

If you are interested in purchasing any of the dresses or the set of treat bags, email me at paula@asweetremembrance.com.  Paypal, or credit cards  and orders by Monday to ensure delivery before Halloween.  Checks and money orders if you don’t mind waiting for delivery…

Zombies???

Don’t be frightened, that isn’t a zombie graveyard full of body parts…  it is just “work in progress” dolls ❤

 

Treats!

The dolls have worked up quite an appetite showing you around my painting studio, crafting crepe paper costumes, sending Halloween greetings and modeling the latest in Halloween fashions!  Now it is time for refreshments. 🙂  Hot, buttery popcorn, sweet crunchy caramel corn, tart, crisp apples and hot spiced cider!!! Yum….

And now it’s time to say good night!  We are so happy you could come celebrate Halloween with us 🙂

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I hope you enjoyed the doll’s Halloween Party!!! I love Halloween and all of the seasonal delights of autumn. Can you tell? Gathered in antique wire egg baskets are some of the pumpkins from my garden and Osage Oranges from my Bodark trees.

* To enlarge any of the smaller photos, simply click on them, which will also show captions.

** I’m sorry for the slow posting tonight and for breaking the party into 3 parts.  WordPress was being very difficult, so it was a bit challenging to get the Halloween party online.

Halloween Party part 1 https://izannahwalker.com/2016/10/22/welcome-the-dolls-halloween-party/

Halloween Part part 2 https://izannahwalker.com/2016/10/22/halloween-party-part-2/

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~ by paulawalton on October 22, 2016.

10 Responses to “Halloween Party Part 3”

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  3. What a fun party this has been! Thanks so much for sharing your festivities with us!

  4. All your Halloween themed photos are wonderful! Your new painting studio is an absolute dream. I could spend all day in a space like that. Beautiful!

  5. PS Did you paint the “rugs” on the floor of your studio?

    • No, they are actual rugs! They are all indoor/outdoor rugs and can be cleaned by squirting them with a garden hose!!! Quite practical – for my purposes they are basically just thick washable drop cloths – LOL I had planned to paint the studio floor, because I dearly love painted floors, but had a severe lack of painting time… I just could not wait any longer to move in and get to actually work in the studio, plus I had always planned to use the rugs aka “drop cloths” and after the rugs are down, very little floor shows anyway.

  6. Everything looks awesome! Your hard work, taste, and talent certainly show!

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