Thursday, October 3, 2013

Final littleSIDEKLICK assignment for the course.

because it doesn't mean that taking pictures is over! That is really just beginning!

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Shapes, patterns and lines...

What my mom and I are working on in littleSIDEKLICK right now.

All taken on the Samsung Galaxy Smart Camera

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Julie and the squirrel :: An American Girl Doll photo story

Julie made friends with a squirrel one day while taking photos.

All taken on the D200 with Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 lens.
Shot in JPEG.
Story series shot for Scouts Photography Badge.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Harper. My first American Girl doll.

This is Harper. She was my first AG doll.
Her hair is a bit of a mess. I don't want to send her to the AG doll hospital for a new wig because they will just put on a new head and she is the old kind.
Harper surfing. My mom showed me how to make the carpet blue in this picture!

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Saturday, February 23, 2013

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

More American Girl doll photos from the last few months

Now with the new girl, Saige!
I just love her hair color and eyes!

I was excited to see that a few people have found my images and clearly liked them enough to share them. Please make sure that if you do that, you credit me as the photographer and send people back here to look at the original pictures!
Saige fits right in with Julie and Harper.

Thank you!
There will be more photos in the next few days. I finally got all the photos off my memory card!

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Making doll furniture for American Girl Dolls with my mom!

Since there are not many places in Australia that sell furniture for American Girl sized dolls and it is too much money to send things from America, my mom and I are making stuff. This is our first project. It is a school desk and chairs. I even made the rubbish bin. The book that Harper is holding came with an American Girl backpack set. 

My mom bought a pink hot glue gun. She made the desk by glueing the lid of a pretty (cardboard) storage box on to the box it came with. (We turned the box on its side so the bottom of the box became the back of the desk.) My mom made the chairs out of post-it note holders (turned upside down as the base) and bookends glued to them (as the seat and seat back). If you need more information, just leave a comment and we can answer your questions there!

The photo storage box was $2.00. The Post-It note holders were $2.00 each and the bookends were $2.00 for a set of two. This whole project was only $8.00!

The next project we are going to work on is a clubhouse for the American Girl Dolls. She says that it will take a bit longer for that one.

The notes in italics were made by my mom.

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