As I was thinking about my post for this day, I looked back at Tasha Tudor books and life and realized that this women has inspired me
from the first book that I read of hers as a child The Dolls’ Christmas, to the book that I offered as a give away Tasha Tudor's Dollhouse.
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I started this collection after reading the book TT dollhouse;
I like the idea of a larger scale dollhouse.
Years later my daughter, after reading a few books by Tasha Tudor wanted a tree with all
handmade decoration…. We did it, strung popcorn and cranberries, made wool felt elves. Tiny acorn baskets and clothespin ballerinas danced from the branches…
And living in Connecticut there was the year of the bumpkin patch for the children to come and choose from and the reading of
I could never be completely like Tasha Tudor because a simple life is a hard physical working life… however it is wonderful
to step back in time and enjoy the splendor of life and celebrate a woman who was adored and will always be remembered..
Please go to storybookwoods to find more blogs to visit today in remembrance of
Tasha Tudor's life..