Abigailshim Dolls Waldorf Doll Giveaway! $165 value!!

November 29, 2013


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Did you have a doll when you were a little girl?  One you vividly remember playing with, caring for, dressing up and at times being rough with?

I will never forget my yellow haired, blue eyed Cabbage Patch Doll.  I was not always nice to her though.  I drew on her, I tossed her around with my brothers, I loved her hard.

I’ve forgotten her name but the memories are still there.  I would love for my children to have a doll they will love forever. A doll that they will carry around in their mini-babycarriers and put on doll cloth diapers!  Way better than my old Xavier-tattooed-bum-Made-in-China doll would be one made by the loving hands of a mother in her home.

I am very excited to be able to host a giveaway for an Abigailshim Waldorf Doll!! Not only is “Anne” gorgeous but she’s handmade! Her stuffing is 100 % wool, as is her hair, her skin is soft knit cotton. She is 18″ tall, with hand embroidered eyes. Abigail then sews in the hair one strand at a time.


Let me introduce you to the talented wahm who creates these small masterpieces.

“My name is Abigail. I am a wife to the best husband in the world. I am the stay at home mom of 5 amazing children the Lord has blessed me with.

I have been saved for about five years, I am so thankful for God’s mercy and grace that I so very much need.

Most of my time is spent with my family. If you want to know about me, then you have to know about them. They are my life, and we have all sorts of things going on at our house daily. We home school, have family bible time, we all read different books to each other at different times.

My husband and I developed this love for farming, and this past year we bought our home, planted lots of various fruit trees, and started raising chickens, ducks and two turkeys. We also enjoy archery, roller skating and playing WOW.

At church they refer to me as the mom with the boys always in capes. We are playful.

But my ME time, that is when I sew. I started sewing when I was thirteen. My father and aunt got me started and I just enjoyed it so much I taught myself over the years through trial and error, other peoples tips and knowledge, a few books and the deaths of many a seam ripper.

I owe a lot of gratitude to other stay at home mommies and their DIY blogs. I have learned so much from them. I have worked on many things ranging from jeans for my husband to fabric-ated weapons.

In the last couple years I began making dolls for the little girls in my family. I loved how each doll was in some way like each girl it was made for. They all loved the dolls very much. Then while searching for ideas I came across Waldorf style dolls and I knew if I was going to make dolls, these were the ones i wanted to make. As I make each one it isn’t just creepy body parts like my husband teases . It is a new character, personality, a unique baby doll someone is going to love as much as i love them.”

If you have or know of a child that would love and care for “Anne” enter the giveaway via the Rafflecopter form below.  The giveaway will end next Friday and the winner will be contacted within 48hours.

Be sure and check out Abigailshim Dolls on Etsy.  Abigail is adding items as fast as she can create them!

I pray you are all recovering from your overindulging yesterday!! I way overate and yet, surprisingly, I could go for round 2!
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About Autumn Beck

Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ. She began cloth diapering in 2005 and has experienced many joys and trials throughout the years. You can read more from Autumn over at https://www.facebook.com/beautifullyblessedlashes.

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83 Responses to “Abigailshim Dolls Waldorf Doll Giveaway! $165 value!!”

  1. Liz Gomez Says:

    Oh, and my favorite dish was actually the gluten free butter garlic knot rolls I made… so good!


  2. Liz Gomez Says:

    Wow… Anne is beautiful! Anne is actually a family name given to the women on my mother’s side. Roxanne (grandmother), Suzanne (aunt), Cynthia Ann (mother), Ann (aunt), Maryann (aunt), Elizabeth Anne (myself), and Abigail Ryanne (my oldest daughter).


  3. Jason Says:

    Cuban style lechon (pork) with congris. It was delicious like Abuela’s cooking always is


  4. Rebecca Says:

    Definitely stuffing!


  5. Stephanie Says:

    Turkey & Dressing!! Now, I can’t wait for Christmas Ham!


  6. Teressa Says:

    my favorite Thanksgiving dish this year was homemade cranberry sauce.


  7. Lexie Van de Ligt Says:

    Stuffing made with cranberries, yum!


  8. Ashley P. Says:

    My favorite Thanksgiving dish is turkey smothered in mashed potatoes and gravy.


  9. Jutta P. Says:

    My mom made some amazing cheese potatoes this year. She also purchased a pre-cooked smoked turkey breast. Yum! It was super tender and a nice easy way for her to do thanksgiving on a small scale.


  10. Lisa Says:

    The gluten-free stuffing I found this year!! SO good!!


  11. Amye K Says:

    mashed potatoes and pumpkin soup


  12. Alexis Schrantz Says:



  13. Kelli Darter Says:

    Corn casserole!


  14. Beth Says:

    the sweet potatoes were great


  15. Sarah Brown Says:

    Now that I have a girl of love a doll for her! My favorite dish this year was sweet potato casserole.


  16. Helen Says:

    Bread dumplings!


  17. Jill Mulhausen Says:

    Love love love this cutie! And my fave dish this year was potato latkes! :)


  18. Jill Mulhausen Says:

    Love love love this cutie!


  19. Annaliza R Says:

    The turkey!


  20. Melissa H Says:

    My lovely sister-in-law surprised me with a chocolate pie and it was definitely the best dish served at our Thanksgiving. :D


  21. Mechele Johnson Says:

    The Yams with marshmallows and the dessert of course! Pumpkin cheesecake with toffee bits and caramel!


  22. Judith Martinez Says:

    This year the best item was the turkey. I brined it for the first time and it came out really good!


  23. Rebekah Says:

    Spending time with my family since I have to work a lot and the green bean casserole


  24. Chris Mattatall Says:

    i love stuffing the best,second the butterball turkeys and 3rd the squash with brown sugar cinnamon maple syrup and pecans mashed and baked


  25. Kristen Says:

    Pumpkin pie!


  26. jeree Says:

    Dressing is my favorite, followed closely by grandma’s rolls.


  27. Heather H. Says:

    My mom’s stuffing. Or any stuffing with lots of herbs. And dessert. That’s always my job. THis year it was caramel apple pie and it was AWESOME!


  28. Roxanne Says:



  29. Mairin Reading Says:

    My fave Thanksgiving dish is mashed sweet potatoes :) Thanks so much for the give-away!!!


  30. Cre Says:

    I am always partial to the stuffing. MMmmmmmm..!

    And I hope you get all of your Pilgrim’s Bounty achievements done in time. =)


  31. mary Cobb Says:

    I love sweet potato casserole!


  32. marissa Says:

    mac and cheese!


  33. Hope Says:

    pecan pie!


  34. Jen B Says:

    Cajun style spicy cornbread and shrimp stuffing. One of 3 layers of stuffing in our Turducken


  35. Jenn Desiderio Says:



  36. lindsay Says:

    I actually love the canned cranberry sauce! Haha


  37. Alicia Says:

    pumpkin pie!


  38. Jennifer S. Says:

    Pumpkin cheesecake


  39. Rachel M. Says:

    Cranberry sauce!


  40. Tiphaine L Says:

    all the traditional food and pie!


  41. Dacia Says:

    I worked yesterday but my hubby brought home leftovers!


  42. Erica Says:

    Some delicious homemade stuffing and of course, the turkey!


  43. Emi Says:

    Homemade rolls with freshly made Cranberry tangerine sauce. Mmmmm. Looking forward to leftovers tonight!


  44. Brandon Says:

    My favorite dish is stuffing!!


  45. Vonnie Says:

    Abbie, those dolls are just beautiful, I don’t know how you find time between , Church, Husband, Kids and the growing farm to everything that you get done, done. You are truly amazing in so many ways. God bless and keep you strong <3


  46. Jayme Peffer Says:

    These are adorable and would love one for my little man!


  47. Lisa Jennings Says:

    Loved MIL’s homemade stuffing.


  48. Jodi J Says:

    Honestly, I ate so much of the appetizers that I didn’t have room for much of the dinner. The nacho sauce and tortilla chips were amazing and just too good to resist.


  49. sarah slavik Says:

    Everything was great but my sil made my late grandmas famous bread and it was delish rye with pumpernickel!


  50. Leanne W Says:

    I love mashed potatoes and stuffing!


  51. Amanda Alvarado Says:

    The pumpkin pie!!!


  52. Alexis Croce Says:

    Home made, Martha Stewart style mac and cheese


  53. Kim Says:

    Frank’s Red Hot injected deep fried turkey


  54. Elizabeth T Says:

    turkey with cranberry


  55. Anne Perry Says:

    Tofurkey and dandied sweet potatoes


  56. Colleen Says:

    Stuffing and gravy!


  57. Barbara Hawkins Says:

    mashed potatoes and gravy


  58. Sandra Says:

    Apple pie was the only thing I over ate! I could eat the whole pie! It was delicious!


  59. Tiffany F Says:

    Mashed Potatoes


  60. Amy Says:

    My mom brought an overabundance of sweet potatoes and I found a great recipe to make muffins:

    3 cups cooked sweet potatoes, from a casserole
    1 (15 ounce) package cornbread mix
    1 cup milk (or substitute 1/4 cup heavy cream)
    2 egg
    1/2 cup vegetable oil

    Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
    Combine sweet potato casserole, egg, milk and cornbread mix.
    Let sit in bowl.
    Oil muffin pans and place in preheated oven for about 5 minutes.
    Remove muffin pan from oven and pour oil into batter.
    Stir in oil really well.
    Pour batter into muffin pan filling each one 1/2 of the way full.
    Bake for about 15-20 minutes.

    Read more: http://www.food.com/recipe/thanksgiving-leftover-sweet-potato-muffins-197850?scaleto=12&mode=null&st=true&oc=linkback


  61. Shauna Brackeen Says:

    Stuffing is my favorite!


  62. Megan Says:

    I love stuffing


  63. Bridget B Says:

    Apple and sage stuffing!


  64. Erin Arnold Says:

    Butternut squash


  65. Molly Says:

    Rolls and pie! Yum!


  66. Patricia B. Says:

    I tried a new stuffing recipe this year and it was the only thing that wasn’t left over!


  67. Stefanie S Says:

    I worked on Thanksgiving day but will celebrate tomorrow! I love Grandma’s mashed potatoes! They are the best :)


  68. Rebecca Peters Says:

    Mac and cheese! :D


  69. Jill Says:

    Warm yeast rolls


  70. Moriah Says:

    My favorite is always sweet potato casserole! Ooey gooey sticky sweet goodness!!!


  71. Amy B. Says:

    Parker house rolls and the desserts!


  72. Sara Says:

    Sweet potato!!! :)


  73. Bree M Says:

    The pies, all kinds… I’m an equal opportunity pie consumer ;)


  74. Alicia Owen Says:

    Hmm…It’s hard to pick just one. Definitely a tie between the turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie!


  75. Rachel N Says:

    turkey of course:)


  76. Alicia L Says:

    She is adorable and my little girl would absolutely love her! Thank you for the amazing opportunity!


  77. Adonica Says:

    Spending time with family


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