Sunday, February 14, 2016

Crocheting with Ingrid: Valentine Hearts


Happy Valentine's Day, everyone!  Ingrid (Karito Kids Zoey doll) wanted to show you our crochet hearts we made in order to increase the festive vibe around here.
I don't really decorate at all for Valentine's Day, so I wanted to add a little something just for fun.







Ingrid is our crochet addict...she just learned so this was the perfect little project to get started.  ;)
It was a fun and easy and adds a cute touch to the family room.
The girls made some cute Valentine's at the library...very vintage looking!






I hope you all have a wonderful Valentine's Day spending the day with your partners, family, kids or indulging yourself.  I'm going to go get more chocolate right now! :)

Xoxo Farrah 

27 comments:

  1. Ingrid is such a beautiful doll! The crocheted hearts are lovely, and what the girls made in the library is wonderful! Happy Valentine's Day!

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    1. Thank you, Linda, I hope yours was wonderful as well!:)

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  2. Such a cute post Farrah, I love the crocheted hearts! Happy Valentine's Day!

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    1. Thank you, Billa, I hope you had a nice day as well! :)

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  3. Hello Farrah Lily,
    What great decorations. It look very festive. Happy Valentine's day to all of you...enjoy that chocolate!
    Big hug
    Giac

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    1. Thanks, Giac..I've been sneaking everyone else's chocolate and it's almost gone! :) I hope you and Jo had a nice day as well. :)

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  4. Happy Valentine's Day to you too! Ingrid is a very talented a beautiful doll! ;-)

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  5. Love the garland of crocheted hearts there - very cute!

    And Happy Valentine's Day - Enjoy your chocolate! ;)

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  6. Lovely crochet hearts with/by a lovely princess. It is good to see how much fun with your family. The big red heart with daddy in it is priceless.

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    1. That is so sweet, thanks Arlette! I know, isn't that Daddy heart so cute?? Makes me want to put it in a frame :)

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  7. Those crocheted hearts are so pretty and very festive. I think they'd look lovely in white too...maybe something I could make for my son's wedding!
    Your Karito Kid is very nice, and obviously very clever too, doing all that crocheting for you ;)
    The girls' St Valentine's cards are very old fashioned looking, what a great idea.
    Hope you enjoyed your chocolate :)
    xxx

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    1. Thank you Sharon! I think white hearts would look so pretty! The chocolate was delish! xo

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  8. You have such beautiful dolls and you take such great pics of them. Unfortunately there was candy for me, I promised my dentist I would be good, lol. But hey, Girl Scout Cookies are even better!

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    1. I hear you, Brini! My daughter is a little Daisy and it's going to be GS cookie central around here in a few weeks!

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  9. Those little crocheted hearts are so cute and you can do so many things with them. Hope you had a great Valentine's Day and enjoyed your chocolate.

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    1. Thank you, Carrickters! I hope you had a great day as well. :)

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  10. Sorry I missed the day Farrah, but I'm pleased to see you enjoyed it. The little hearts are quite cute and Ingrid is very clever. :)
    Hugs,
    X

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  11. Love the idea of a crochet banner, very cute! Hope you had a wonderful Valentine's Day.

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    1. Thanks Flo, I like easy short projects, lol. We had a great and I hope you did as well!

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  12. I love Ingrid. What kind of doll is she?

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    1. Hi Zen Dolls,
      Ingrid is a Karito Kids doll called Zoey. Sadly, they no longer produce this line of dolls, but you can find her on sites like eBay or possibly a thrift store!

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  13. What fun to have Ingrid helping out with your Valentine's Day decor. She has done a wonderful job of crocheting the pretty red hearts banner. Ingrid is just stunning! Her hair is totally gorgeous. How do you care for her hair? I acquired a Zoe doll recently (without clothes)from Ebay. Her hair is pretty but not very shiny or manageable. I am in the process of making clothes for her before I show her on my blog.

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    1. Hi Candy! Congrats on your new Zoe! I know what you mean about the hair. My Zoe has very dry and dull hair. I ended up just brushing it out, section by section and then finger curling it. Eventually I want to try to wash it or do a "Downy dunk" and see if that makes it softer or shiner.

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