That.was.it. That was my only purchase. Yet, somehow that was fine, and finding her a second time, was almost as much fun as finding her the first time ! Strange, because NO house 'NEEDS' T.W.O. Miss Peabody's ! (If your house 'NEEDS' one, you can find 'the twin' in our ETSY shop - complete w/ resume'!).
With this purchase I started taking note of our arsenal of 'Photo Props', and the Cast of Characters that reside in our house... ready at whim for photo shoots and seasonal vignettes!
MADAME' CHARDONAY: Basic White, tasteful, versatile.
SARA HEAD: the name 'Sara' came written on the bottom.
SIMON HEAD: somebodie's 60's/70's clay art project - just too bizarre to leave behind, but he looks good in a hat! 'SIMON' written on the bottom.
MISS SKANNY: Beloved vintage dress form found for only a couple of dollars at a Skaneateles Methodist Church Rummage Sale - she is with us for life - she can wear anything!
and, last... but not least...
THE HAND (kinda like Rodin's 'THE THINKER')
Am I the only one who names my props / mannequins... kind of gives them a life of their own?
I know, I know... 'I've got too much time on my hands!'
WHO IS IN YOUR CAST OF CHARACTERS??