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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Wednesday Wee Ones

You've heard of summer re-runs on the TV - well here is a summer re-run for Wednesday Wee Ones.  Our weather is beautiful - just the perfect time for a sweet orange sunsuit.
Sally Jo is set for adventure!
 With a sunsuit that has pretty orange buttons and a pocket
 My goodness, it is windy today
 That's better - sometimes it is hard to keep my hair tidy
 Let's build a stone cairn - I have just the stones for it
 Careful now
 One last stone
 The top stone is an unpolished agate

 I am taking a rest
 And I built another stone cairn

I got a new headband - that is going to help with the windy days.

It's been a nice day - thanks for stopping by - have you ever built a Stone Cairn?  It takes a steady hand.

Do stop by and see Diane   She has some new dollie friends and some autumn ideas.


Candy S said...

The stone cairns look like a fun project for the dolls and for the grands. The girls like crafty projects and there is very little trouble for them to get into when stacking stones. The pretty orange romper looks great with Sally Jo's beautiful blond hair and her fair skin tones.

I picked up the material to make heavy winter rompers for sweet baby granddaughter and a matching romper outfit for the Bitty Twin doll yesterday. I need to get back to finishing the outfits I have cut and ready to sew for the other dolls. Our real Little Jo and her sister Nora will be turning seven and four (respectively) next month and I want to give them their new dolls and the clothes that I have made for the dolls at their birthday party in September.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

I like that Creamsicle Orange colour!

Julie Fukuda said...

Nice way to spend time relaxing in the sun ... unless that sun is in Tokyo.

Lowcarb team member said...

I love the colour of her outfit.

All the best Jan

J said...

She is just a pretty burst of sunshine! I will have to try building a stone cairn myself, but I have a feeling I'll be outdone by a doll!

Powell River Books said...

When I was a kid we used to camp along the Oregon coast. I remember going to Agate Beach and searching for colourful agates along the shore. Lots of fun for a kid, and probably even for me as a grown up. I'm always picking up rocks to take home. - Margy