Monday, 10 May 2010

Ally the Alphabet Doll

Its been a month since I last posted! That is terrible.

So many assignments, big assignments that hurt my brain.

But did get my first one back.. 19/20!

So the blood sweat and tears paid off!

The assignment for my technology paper was to design and produce a toy.

Meet Ally the Alphabet Doll, each letter of the alphabet is represented somewhere on her.


She comes with an Alphabet storybook that the Princess and I wrote and flashcards!



While being rather gorgeous she took forever to make and I can honesty say never again!!!

I miss blogging but do visit all of you regularly even if I don't always leave a comment!

Take Care
Rachaelxo

12 comments:

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

Well done! Wow! Great doll and what a great grade!

Alison Gibbs said...

Hi Rachael, great to see you have fitted in another post.
What a clever little creation Ally is.
Alison

Kerryanne English said...

Congratulations on the great results Rachael. All worth the effort in the end.

Love the latest assignment - she looks very inviting for any youngster.
Keep up the good work,
Hugs ~ Kerryanne

She'sSewPretty said...

She is adorable Rachael! That's the kind of homework I wish I had!!
Hang in there. We'll both be done before we know it!

Sugar Bear said...

Lovely doll Rachael. You can see the hard work that went into her!
Karla

Jen said...

WTG with your first assignment
Ally is beautiful and I love the fact that she has each letter represent on her

A Very Fine House {Katrina Chambers} said...

Isn't she the cutest thing! Clever chickie. Congrats on assignment too!

Peta said...

What a great idea!

Mitzi Curi said...

Rachael, I'm giving you an "A+" on that wonderful project! You are very clever!

Jillian said...

She's really neat! Great job. Also, congrats on all of your hard work (that paid off) with your studies. You go, girl!

Jillian
Bella Rosa Antiques

Rosebud and Bluebells said...

Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog Rachael. What an amazing job you did with the alphabet doll. I can only imagine how challenging she would have been to make. Hope to see you at my blog again sometime.
Donna xx

Great-Granny Grandma said...

How cool. Are you going to market her? Bet she would be a hit.