Tuesday, September 21

Rednesday with Cherry Chick and Miss Sweet Cheeks

I returned home Monday from my wonderful trip to the Adirondack in New York state to find "Miss Sweet Cheeks" waiting for me.  My lovely customer and now friend, Delores from AZ, makes charming little dolls. Little did I know that she had been working on "Sweet Cheeks" as a surprise for me. The note that arrived with SC read "As you can see, I love anything that looks or taste like cherries. I am hoping that Vicki will have a place for me in her beautiful, newly designed, studio.  Delores stood in front of a big mirror and designed my chubby legs to look just like hers. I think we both have eaten too much "cherry garden ice cream". As you can see, I am a happy girl and I hope when Vicki looks at me, she will get a smile on her face too."
Miss Sweet Cheeks does make me smile and the funny thing is that Delores has never even seen me and she matched Miss SC body style perfectly to mine...lol.
Miss SC has a signature under her back collar saying that she was made just for me. How sweet is that? I so enjoy all the relationships that blogging and selling my jewelry bring to me. I have met some truly wonderful ladies of all ages and I treasure their friendships.
A big Thank You to Delores for my Special gift.

Please join all of the other wonderful women who are sharing their Red over at "It's A Very Cherry World" with Sue.

20 comments:

  1. Hi Vicki,

    Love the tingling of the bells on your blog! What a cute doll! She has my body shape LOL She's a real keeper! Happy Rednesday!

    Anne-Marie

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  2. I can definitely relate to Miss Sweet Cheeks ! lol
    Blessings,
    ~Myrna

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  3. Miss Sweet Cheeks is darling and absolutely perfect for Cherry Chick. She looks fabulous in your studio! ~ Sarah

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  4. What a great blogging friend you have. She treated you very nicely. That is such a cute idea on her dolls.

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  5. What a sweet little companion! Happy Rednesday!

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  6. Vicki, I feel highly honored to be on your blog, and to actually be standing on a shelf in your newly M.E.decorated studio. Delores had fun making me for you and she wants you to know your phone call made her day today. We both send our love,
    XXOO Miss Sweet Cheeks and Delores

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  7. Hi Vicki...

    Ohhh...I just adore Miss Sweet Cheeks!!! She just makes me smile! How very sweet of your friend Delores to make her for you! Thanks for sharing Miss SC with us today for Rednesday...what a sweet treat!

    Warmest autumn wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  8. I thought I was going crazy, until I read the first comment! I thought there was a dog or cat up on my porch, and that was a bell on their collar!
    Miss Sweet Cheeks is just adorable, and such a fun addition to your studio. I bet she'll be fun to hang out with!
    Happy REDnesday!
    Carol

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  9. What a sweet post and a sweetie is Miss Sweet Cheeks :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  10. I always have my sound off but when I read the comments about the bells, I had to turn it on. How Fun.

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  11. sweet cheeks and chubby legs...so cute..I love her chubby legs...just like mine..ha ha. Have a great Rednesday! Mica

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  12. Ohh she is too cute!! I have those same legs!! EXACTLY!!!

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  13. Little Miss Sweet Cheeks is so sweet, and what a sweet thing for you friend to do for you. I think that reinforces what I have said before...You are a very special and talented lady. I am wearing my pin each day. It is my special gift from you to me, and I love it.

    Hugs,
    Genie

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  14. Miss Sweet Cheeks is so adorable!

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  15. Well then, I am in good company, because I have the very same thighs as this little dolly! She is soooo cute! I love her little collar!
    Hugs, Patti

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  16. Miss Sweet Cheeks is so darned cute...adorable little outfit she is wearing!

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