"Happy Molly Angel" could care less about fashion. In fact, style and fashion mean nothing to her. She'd much rather spend her day crafting up a storm and doesn't care if she breaks a nail or gets her hands messy. In fact, it doesn't even matter to her if her clothes get messy. Sometimes the messier the better. Her special charge is all the crafters out there. It's a tall order as there are millions and millions of them.
"Happy Molly Angel" is a 5" wood doll pin angel. She has a painted gold painted wood body and flesh painted wood face. Her face is drawn and water colored shaded.
Her satin dress has a gathered lace trim overdress. She has a mass of straight white knotty doll hair along the sides of her head with the back left bald. There is a satin ribbon bow under her chin and she's carrying a small grapevine wreath decorated with a knotty doll hair bow.
"Happy Molly Angel's" wings are made of a wired ribbon and tied in a bow in back.
“Happy Molly Angel”, 5” Angel - Primitive & Country Angel Woodcraft Doll E-Pattern - Christmas Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner
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