Thursday, 7 November 2013

News from Whimsylandia and Giveaway Winner

Wow. I'm terribly sorry for the extra long silence here after my last post. I hoped to pop in every now and then to share a few words, but all hopes crumbled when I realized that I was never going to finish up all my deadlines if I didn't keep working like a mad woman. LOL. Thankfully, this mad woman's hard work paid off and she did manage to finish them eventually. Phew. :)

So, what's new? you may ask... Quite a lot, actually. But I think I'll just keep this post extra light and happy now that I have a reason to sigh a breath of relief. Let me show you some new little whimsies that are happily settled in their spots at Whimsylandia...






 





Well, I hope you like what you see. I must admit that creating dolls is an exciting experience because you get a bit more attached to them. Like painting or drawing, it gives you such a feeling of pride and joy, but you get this fuzzy feeling in your heart because you can actually hold the little darlings in your hands. :)

Anyway, in case you're wondering, I haven't forgotten about our last awesome Hallow's Eve Giveaway! Someone is going to get very lucky and receive that little black cat in the middle! So as promised, I have picked a winner and that person is...


I hope everyone had a good time on Halloween and thank you so much for participating in my giveaway. For those who didn't win this time, please accept a little something from me that you can claim at Whimsylandia...



Don't forget to click on the images to be transported to the links... See you soon, lovelies! :)


Much love,

7 comments:

  1. I was excited to see your post in my blog feed this morning! Your work is always a delight. These little whimsies are so precious, Amalia. They reflect the same characteristics that your drawings have, that special magic quality of possibility and hope. Very beautiful pieces, all of them!

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    1. Thank you, Katherine! Sometimes I wonder about that... if my style would apply to other mediums as well. Nice to know that I've left a little something of "me" in these little creatures. :)

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  2. Congratulations to Bekah! This little forest friends are so cute. I can't get enough of the owls...I understand that you feel so attached to them. :)

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    1. Thank you, Astera. I love the owls myself! :)

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  3. They really are so sweet :) They have your lovely touch that your pencil paintings have, so soft and gentle and so beautiful. I love the way you've photographed them too, you're so clever! I'm sure they'll all be sold immediately!
    Jess x x

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  4. these are adorable Amalia!
    you are so talented! wishing you success with your new and charming items!

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  5. Oh gosh! I have not been by in ages. Did you make these?!!! They are gorgeous!!! Hope you are well. Tsup!

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