Friday, 25 March 2011

3 Little Dolls In an Ocean of Daffodils

It was a beautiful sunny day and Tünde, Sadie and Charlotte decided to go for a little stroll through the fields.

There was a beautiful parc in a castle not very far and the little dolls enjoyed pretending they were the ladies of the place.

Spring was here for sure!

Tünde (who felt very special in her new romantic outfit ) was enjoying the old bench, then wanted to give a close look at the pink camelia that had entirely captured her heart.

Suddenly, she heard Sadie's voice shouting in the distance: "Hurry! Quick!!!Come and see!!!"

Tünde rushed accross the parc to see her friend sitting in a tree.

Sadie was fine.
She asked Tünde to climb up so she could have a better view.

And this is what the little dolls could see.

An ocean of Daffodils!

Charlotte , who had heard Sadie shout, arrived soon after and couldn't believe her eyes.

The view was taking her breath away.

The 3 little dolls layed in the moss amongst the flowers and silently enjoyed this peaceful moment where they felt they were making one with Nature.

We had to share this special moment with you, you see?

Hope you are all fine.
This post is for whoever needs a bit of sunshine.
Stay as long as you want, lay in the moss,it is so nice to have you here with us.

This heavenly place where the photos were taken is called Chiddingstone Castle. It is only 30 mins walk accross the fiels from my cottage.
You can see the website here.

Tünde is a travelling doll made by Laurence of FeltOOlala
Sadie is by Evelyn Santiago.

Ooooooooh before I forget!

I have now a set of postcards in my Boutique!

Love to you all!


elodie said...

merci pour ce post aux jolies couleurs du printemps quelle belle balade bien fleurie

feltoohlala said...

Oh le printemps est la! Que de fleurs!Et que les filles sont jolies!

winterludes said...

happy spring, girls. xxx

Flo said...

Qu'est-ce que j'aimerai m'allonger dans l'herbe...
ça sera pour un autre jour.. Du beau temps toute la semaine et là... Plus rien... Z'est trop injuste !

ecnerolf ,zazou au pays des merveilles said...

comme je les aime tes photos !!!!!!!! bizzzzz

miniacollection said...

J'adore les jonquilles et voir un champ de jonquilles est fabuleux. J'en ai juste quatre cinq dans mon jardin.
Les poupées en pleine nature sont formidables, j'aime beaucoup celle avec les poupées allongées dans l'herbe.

Dawn in the Forest said...

What a beautiful place:) All the dollies seem to be having such a wonderful time there....I hope you are too! Happy Spring:)

Evelyn's Wonderland said...

Oh Patricia, What a beautiful day the dollies had...I felt like I was there! It's so wonderful to see Sadie enjoying herself with her friends Charlotte and Tünde. I hope you are having a beautiful day! Thank you for the bit of sunshine, the Daffodils are lovely.
Hugs to you!

Dawn said...

I wandered lonely as a cloud, when all at once I saw a host of golden daffodils....this sort of view must have been what inspired William Wordworth...those girls were truly blessed to see Spring arrive with such a golden fanfare xxxx

parlance said...

Those photos are glorious! I especially liked the one with Charlotte in front of the daffodils.

I went over to your boutique, and the four postcards are lovely.

yoborobo said...

I love the photo with Charlotte in the field. Her expression is perfect! I would love to stay and wander the field with your sweet dolls. I can't think of a nicer way to spend a Spring day! xox Pam

Kim said...

Patricia- I know you will think I am strange, but I am crying while reading this post. You and the dolls are angels from heaven for sharing this bit of springtime with us- I felt like I could fall into the pictures, smell the wonderful hyacinth, be blinded by the glowing daffodils! Thank you so much- I am waiting for my spring with more patience now. Before I leave I have to tell you that the picture with the incredible old tree and daffodils is amazing- you should make prints of it to put in etsy- simply gorgeous!

Zlatica said...

Beautiful pictures!
I love your old bench.

Allison said...

Your pictures are breathtaking! What a beautiful place, thanks for sharing :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Patricia, thanks for the post. I can't imagine having a place like this so near. Texas is so dry right now where I am. It's great to see some green. I will show this to Carolina. Windy

Anonymous said...

Elles sont jolies !
Pour la dînette, je ne sais pas si c'est une Moulin Roty. Elle est très ancienne, et n'est pas signée. Mais il y a les assiettes à dessert, plates, creuses, la soupière... une vraie merveille. Et les illustrations sont différentes. Je collectionne aussi les dînettes, et j'ai quelques Moulin Roty :)

Anonymous said...

Charlotte you look divine next to that yellow daffodil!!!!

beatrice De said...

Pas plus haut que trois pommes. Not higher than 3 apples. French expression.
Un petit coucou de Lausanne, en Suisse.

Anonymous said...

J'aime beaucoup Tchavolo Schmitt!!! ça sent le printemps!^^
bisous Pat!!!!!!


Lady LoLo said...

They are so cute! And in such a beautiful background, they could be fairies!