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Advent Challenge 2015

"Oh to have a little house..."

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"Oh to have a little house..."
Mrs. Pegg is getting rather nervous, Christmas is not far away and Mr. Pegg has still not emerged from the workshop. She fervently hopes he will appear soon. She is also unsure if she can really trust the Architect who is planning the Pegg family home - she is after all a Human Bean and can hardly be expected to fully understand the needs of a Doll family... although perhaps one should not be prejudiced...
Posted by Edel on December 15, 2015 Full Size| Slideshow

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5 Comments

jenny
4:29 PM on December 17, 2015 
These are adorable dolls! I love the colours you've chosen for their clothes. I've got a copy of that edition of Rumer Godden's book the illustrations are wonderful and your people suit them well.
lallyp
10:25 AM on December 16, 2015 
Mrs Pegg needs to have faith in her Human Bean!
Zoe H
8:47 AM on December 16, 2015 
Perfectly adorable! I'm pretty sure this Human Bean can be trusted guys - she has an excellent track record.
Debbie S
4:27 AM on December 16, 2015 
It all goes so well together, perfect.
Edel
4:08 AM on December 16, 2015 
The background is provided by the endpapers from the Macmillan edition of Rumer Godden's "The dolls' house" illustrated by Tasha Tudor.

The picture title is a quote from Padraic Conaire's (1882-1928) poem "The old woman of the roads" which we learned by heart in primary school.

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