Fleur - A Big Little Doll Tour - Day 3

December 19, 2014

Today's stop in the Doll Tour is at Leanne's place!  Leanne probably doesn't need much introduction as you have probably already read her blog over at Paper Moon Living.  If you haven't, now is a great time as it is such a good read!

Leanne made rather a modified doll, helping me test out a simpler eye version to the original - especially designed for those who are a little nervous about embroidering the eyes.  It is the same classic eye shape but in simple black with a little highlight.

Leanne had lots of fun making the clothes too - modifying the bodice of the dress into a super cool vest and adapting her French knickers into pants.  Very clever!

Check out some more great pics of Leanne's super chic doll over on her blog - right here.
You can purchase your own copy of the pattern in my shop here.

The tour continues tomorrow...

Wed   Jenny @ Mend and Make New 
          Kara @ Kara McMurray
Thu   Aimee @ Small Steps Big Noises
Fri     Leanne @ Paper Moon
Sat     Christine @ Beanniequilts
          Sarah @ Squiggling About

You may have already hear, but Aimee from Small Steps Big Noises has lovingly made another doll valued at $250 which she is gifting to a deserving child this Christmas!  All you have to do is nominate a child you know to receive this special doll and tell us why.   There are options for some extra entries too!  Use the rafflecopter below to enter (sometimes it takes a second or two to load) or pop over to my Facebook page and enter there.  Good luck!   xx

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The giveaway is open internationally, however as the giveaway closes quite close to Christmas it will likely only reach a NZ residence in time - however we are happy to post internationally if you are happy for it to arrive whenever it does :)


  1. My granddaughter Mckenzie Lee,She is the most precious little girl in my life.Very considerate of peoples feelings ,she loves to craft projects with me and her mom.She helps with chores and is starting to sew with me,She tells her friends at school she can sew! :) for 7 years old,she'll grow up just like her Mom my daughter Bridgett and her Nana! Thats me!

  2. Such a wonderful prize! Some little child is going to be very lucky indeed!


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