Sunday, January 13, 2013

Sappy Sunday , Raggie Babies

Hi friends....
Today is officially my Sappy Sunday. I occasionally have
a girly moment where I really would like to lock myself in the bathroom with 
a Pepsi and a hot bubble bath, and cry myself to sleep (most of the time that room is the 
only room in the house that no one else comes in while I'm in there,lol)

Little story (if you're not interested, just skip this part).
My oldest brother lost his wife to brain cancer about 16 years ago. She was one 
of the kindest, most soft spoken, loving people I have ever known. Corinne taught 
me so much about grace and acceptance. I miss her! Today I miss her a lot for some reason.
Anyway, she loved dolls. After she passed away, we all got to choose one of her dolls
to keep. One of my most loved treasures by the way. 

Anywho, in memory of "Auntie C", I am going to start a new series tomorrow.
Corinne's Raggie Babies:)
Remember!!!!! Each image is posted for ONE DAY only!!!
If you miss one you can buy the bundle after I'm done with the series.

So far, they're looking SUPER cute:)
I don't usually give a heads up when I start a series, but I needed to let you
know where this bundle came from.



Faith Wheeler said...

I'm having a sappy day, too, although mine is probably a little bit more "woe is me" although I need to snap out of it. Cancer is an awful thing! I think that's awesome that you are doing something in her memory. Saying a prayer for you right now!

Vicky F. AKA Crafting Vicky said...

ah what a great way to remember her! I'm really looking forward to seeing your wonderful creations!

Shannon Piles said...

Thanks for letting us know the meaning behind your next creation. It means so much!

Jill said...

No matter the time loss stays with us, your tribute is so touching. Thanks for sharing.

Lisa Mattes said...

Awww. This is so sweet, Nikki.
And, I helped Katie Knight by editing her latest American Heroes pack and I just about wept over your creations. They are so beyond incredible!!! You are one amazing artist!!
Smiles - Lisa
Growing Firsties

Gina Coniglio said...

I've had sappy days too, Nikki! You're entitled! What a beautiful tribute to Corinne! I can't wait to see the dolls.
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Decosse's Dynamite Doodles said...

What a beautiful and wonderful way to honour your sister in law. I can't wait to see the Raggie Babies. I am so glad you shared the meaning behind the images--it always means so much more that way.

Also never worry about having sad moments or days. We are all human and all understand.

I hope your happy memories fight to the surface and help bring you back to your happy place.

Lisa D.

Lili Garcia said...

This is a really cute way to honor someone dear to you. I think we'll never stop missing our loved ones. My prayers going your way, take care, and thanks a lot for sharing something so touching and beautiful at the same time!!!!!

Lisa Hall said...

Oh Nikki, Thank-you so much for telling the store behind your upcoming series and I'm so sorry that you lost such a beautiful family member.
It doesn't matter how long ago it was...they will always be missed.
I'm thinking of you today and always and am grateful for all you do!
Take Care!
Lisa H.

Margreet said...

What a great way to remember thoughts are with you!
xxx Margreet

Laura W said...

What a wonderful way to remember her Nikki. Thank you for sharing your story with us. Makes what you do just that much more special :)

Anonymous said...

What a lovely way to honour a loved one and turn something sad into something sweet!
Thank you for sharing the freebies and for helping me through my own girly moment by sharing yours. x

Terri Paulson-Sasaki said...

Oh, what a great way for all of us to remember her. Thank you for sharing.

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Morgan Hardy said...

sniff sniff.. mamma)':

Marianne said...

What a wonderful way to remember someone special to you. Thanks for sharing.

Kathy Salazar said...

Dad-gum-it! I have not felt well all week and haven't been on my puter at all, looks like I have missed some wonderful dolls! :( well, I hope your day got better Nikki- xo