Susie sad eyes by various companies, Hong Kong 1960’s Susie sad eyes is a cheaply made 8″ doll that was produced in vast quantities for years, and from several companies, under many different names and packaging.
My Grandfather made this over 40 years ago. I am refurbishing it. I received the furnishings from a good family friend. They were all handmade. I really hope I can finish this one day.
This house is an homage to decrepit houses I used to see in my hometown of Detroit. It took over 3 years to build. Currently it is in Maryland being filmed. I found an article on it in the Daily Mail.
My cousin sent me my grandmother’s sewing box. Inside there are many things… A handwritten note that says green shirt with 2 green buttons on it, some trims, thread, a pincushion. My grandmother could sew and she inspired me want to learn. I take the craft very seriously and I feel driven by a need to…
My friend John spotted this at a white elephant sale. He told me to get it and then make a video of what it looked like full of my things.