Welcome to the Little Sisters' Studio Blog!

Welcome to our blog! If you have found yourself here, you have probably taken some interest in our dolls or other "prim" crafts and artwork! You have come to the right place! This blog is here to chronicle our work, to give you the inside scoop on just what goes into your keepsakes, as well as letting you know when new items are available! Please bookmark us and visit back to see what's new!

About the Artists...

Our love of crafting began on the floor of our mother's sewing room, when we would gather up spare buttons and stitch them to the many scraps of fabric that littered the floor. We cultivated our play into skills under our mother's expert and gentle teaching. We love to create and are always imagining. Everything we make is completely unique and one of a kind. Many loving hours go into each creation; mixing needlework, sculpting, and hand painting with vintage materials and embellishments. Each piece is made to take you back to a simpler time. If we have given you a smile through our art, be sure you have given one back to us.

Bethany and Olivia Moy

Thursday, July 22, 2010

two new dolls

Here are two new in progress dolls! The lady will be available at the shop this Friday. (her outfit is almost done, just needs to be put on 'er) Our gnarly gent won't be available for a few months yet... You'll find out why when I post more in progress pictures of him. (hohohum)

Friday, July 2, 2010

New Doll Pics!

Hey Everyone! I got some great news! Four dolls sold last Saturday! Isn't that awesome? I sold the green Doll (who's name I was dumb enough to not write down) and my Black Man (Oswald.. best name ever, right?) Bethany sold her Tabby Cat (I wasn't able to get a pic of it for you to see... it was awesome with a velvet dress) and the Angel. We dropped off five more dolls at Sharons this morning to fill in the void. (The Dolls may soon be available for online purchase at her webstore. I'll let you know when that happens if it does.)

Here's some pics! I'm sorry they're so horrid! They were taken in low light, so they came out very yellow. I tried to color correct them, but this was as good as they got. My poor camera ran out of batteries, too. Some more pics will be on their way, though! Sharon's son let me borrow his camera for a few shots.