Another week – a “flower brick,” a glove from the 16th Century, and a paper doll – who knew what flowers might decorate in the collections of the V&A Museum.
I’m wishing all of you the most wonderful week ahead – friends and family, food and festivities – celebrating thankfulness!
And thanks to all of you for reading!
What alot of wonderful drawings you’ve done so far. I wish I could see all these things in real life.
Thanks Carol – it would be fun to see them – in the notes I can see that some are on display (the exact location is given) and some are in storage – so many things!
I love all that embroidery and I love the paper doll! I used to play with paper dolls when I was little. Perhaps you and your watercolors will make some for the Lady Baby.when she’s a bit older.
I’d love to do that with the Lady Baby! (You’ve given me an idea for a post about the paper dolls I made “50’s Girls and 80’s Boys” about my sister and me and my sons). I loved the idea of a 12-year old’s paper dolls being collected at the V&A!