A favorite muse of mine over the last few years has been sweet, fair-haired Alice. I know the original Alice, for which Lewis Carroll first wrote his fantastic tales, was dark-haired; but for me Alice shall forever be blonde and sky blue.
Here are some of the many faces of Alice that I've made and parted with over the last three years.
Where would Alice be
without her colorful compainions?
Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dumb
(or is that Tweedle Dumb and Tweedle Dee?)
The White Rabbit, forever running late
And of course, the Great Decapitator herself,
The Queen of Hearts.
(I've made a fair number of Heartly Queens
over the years as well, but that's for another post.)
Who acts as your muse?
I LOVE the Alice holding the Chesire Cat! It's always so much fun to visit your blog. Thanks!ReplyDelete
what sweet Alice's - each and every one!ReplyDelete
always have a great sense of peace and comfort here, Buttonhead :)
btw, your little sunflower girl just told me she wants to come for a visit at Auntie Cookies house.
I love them all but I adore the first one!ReplyDelete
I love your fairy tale series and the tribute to Alice in Wonderful is no exception!ReplyDelete
#2 has stolen my heart!
WOW. These dolls are AMAZING! I am in awe of your talent! These are gorgeous!~ReplyDelete
ALL are whimsically delightful...I think my favorite is Tweedle Dee & Dum! '-)ReplyDelete
There is just "something" about "Alice in Wonderland" that continues to inspire/fascinate us.
PS: Thanks for the compliment on my new pieces as well!
I love each one and love that no two look the same!ReplyDelete
My muse is New York City. It inspired me to simplify before it ate me alive.ReplyDelete
I adore all of the dolls in this post - I own many of your dolls too. :)
I adore #2! What is it about Alice that is so intriguing? I am fascinated with that series too. Loved seeing all of them!ReplyDelete
Oh my! They are all Wonderful! I really love your bird girl below too...I'm bird obsessed these days.ReplyDelete
Hello Jo.. what a fabulous wonderland collection. I can never get over how prolific you are... Have just been noseying around your auctions. I may juat have to buy one of your lovely creations one of these fine sundays... tho I don't ever do this and have no money at present!! Hehe...ReplyDelete
I really admire your work.
Bravo... and I wonder if you've ever made the rabbit hole with shelves and things and jars of marmalade with an alice on her way down? :)
Thank youall for you kind comments! They do my heart good.ReplyDelete
Stephanie- New York would eat me up and spit me out much worse for wear. The speed and noise of the city would have me hiding under my covers. You must be very brave :)
Rima- Nope, never have done that particual Alice. Sounds like it would lend itself well to animation (*hint*hint*).
I love them All!!!ReplyDelete
Magical creations all.... and what a wonderful muse!!ReplyDelete
Amazing! I love all the different ideas you had for Alice and her friends. Especially the flamingos. My daughter would love them too. Your creativity is very inspiring!ReplyDelete
I really love your many interpretations of Alice and all her friends. And the rabbits are wonderfulReplyDelete
I am so glad I found you in blogging world. I will come by frequently to admire all of your lovely dolls. My favorite is the Queen...It's good to be Queen.ReplyDelete