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Chair People and the Trees

By Trebeca04
Chair People and the Trees "Chair People and the Trees" This is the 3rd batch of these sweet little dolls made from re-purposed chair parts and in this case, tree limbs.  Some are fancy, some are silly, but they are all full of personality and expression.  Are you ready to meet them? * * * First up is   “Grace” Chair People and the Trees Gracie has it all. Part party-girl, part sensible. Never a hot-head and always glam. She wears a meat thermometer hat, a beaded shawl, and a Copenhagen tin lid for her dress. Her arms and legs are tiny keys to finish and embellish this woodsy girl. * * * “Lola”
Chair People and the Trees  “Her name was Lola, she was a showgirl With yellow feathers in her hair and a dress cut down to there She would meringue and do the cha-cha And while she tried to be a star, Tony always tended bar Across a crowded floor, they worked from 8 till 4 They were young and they had each other Who could ask for more?” Flowers, bead, keys and scissor legs to die for. Lola remembers.
* * * “Wolfgang” Chair People and the Trees A music man from head to toe.  A wooden leather softening tool of some sort, some washers, and jiggly springs. A music themed wine cork expresses what’s on his mind * * * “Barry” Chair People and the Trees A barrel themed wine cork head, box wrenches for arms and legs and a blue marble heart.  Straight from the cellar, Barry’s head is full of ‘barrel talk’.  He works hard all day, and party’s hard all night. * * * “Suzie” Chair People and the Trees Suzie because she is ‘slinky’ and fun.  A tree limb is embellished with a flattened spoon, keys for arms, bits for legs and a whisk head.  She is lovely.

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