Yesterday Amélia, my youngest daughter and I decide to go on a wonder adventure to the Lisboa Botanical Garden.
We took a picnic basket filed with felt food and plates and tea cups ;) because we could take a while and we wouldn’t want anyone to be hungry an miss the fun.
We showed Amélia all our favorite secret spots and the ones where the most beautiful flowers bloom in the Summer. We showed her the butterfly garden and all the gorgeous butterflies that were flying around everywhere.
But Amélia’s favorite part was when we showed her the newborn ducklings and the cracked eggs in the nests.
 When Amélia grows up she will have a big farm with lots and lots of animals she says and she’ll be ready to receive all ducks migrating and give them safe shelter for the babies. She planned it all with my own tiny one with amazing detailing so I’m sure they’ll do just that!
Tiny Amélia measures about 9″/ 24 cm, made from light beige Laib Yala cotton jersey and  stuffed with pure carded portuguese wool. Her hair is DollyMo mohair in pure white crocheted into a cap.
She’s constructed according to Waldorf techniques and her nose is sculpted using needlefelting. She has firm but cuddly body and limbs, perfect to hug. She also has a lot of details, a needle sculpted innie belly button, a cute little bottom, knee AND elbow dimples.
She’ll sit and stand up with support. All face details are hand embroidered with cotton thread including. Her cheeks and dimples are colored with beeswax.
Amélia will go home wearing:
Pink cotton jersey undies
Denim shorts that close with a snap on the back
Cotton top with flutter sleeves that closes with two snaps on the back
Grey short sleeve mohair cardigan
Blue leather and rope sandals
 Her listing is here:

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