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The Story: Why it's called "My Longest Year"


His Longest Year

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    A few pictures from J.'s Longest Year...

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What kind of paint did you use? How do you apply the paint so evenly at the neck of the figure? With a paint brush the uneven stroke would show. Is there a way that you covered the head down to the neck before you started painting the body? Thanks. Super cute :)

Oh my gosh - these are so cute - thanks for all the links - I may have to make some for stocking presents!!

Oh, I love them. LOVE them.

And I love that you are "half-done" too, just like me.


I am a lurker! You have the greatest links...I grew up in the military and I didn't understand until I got married what my parents went through! Wow! The sacrifice you make runs so deep! Thank you, and I hope you don't mind I am adding you to my blog roll, I just started sewing!! ;) Nice to meet you!!

These dolls are adorable. They look very professional, sealed or not!

What are you thinking of giving your girls for Christmas? Just curious. I don't want shelves of more plastic toys but can't think of anything that would wow them.

you've got to use that for a future banner. How cute are they? You are very creative! Heather

These turned out so adorable! Wish I had your talent for painting...I would definately have to buy already decorated ones!

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