Original doll's dolls by Ethel Hicks
Angel Children
Ethel's Notes:   I have been designing and making Angel Children for
many years.
This page will explain how the dolls are made. It will also answer that much
asked question, "How long does it take to make just one When I began, I
decided this is so much fun, I am going to do this for the rest of my life, so
far, so good.
In my early thirties people would meet me and say, "Oh I thought you were
a little old lady." Never one to disappoint, thirty years later, I have become
one, but my Angel Children are as new and shiny as ever.

Angel Children
4951 Sparr Rd.
Gaylord, MI 49735
e mail: ethelac@yahoo.com
Phone 1 989-350-2959

My little dolls are all designed to be doll's for the children that live in the
doll house. Each one is a collector's doll in its own right. I completely
design, make and finish each one. I love making my dolls. I enjoy my
customers. I find miniature dolls lovers to be delightful people and kind

I will always notify you when I have received your order .
I can usually ship within the week or sooner.
                Best Wishes,
Gallery: displays some of the dolls and scenes
I have designed over the years.
Page 1
1.Baby Dolls, The baby dolls are made on a floppy body
and are very poseable.
Favorites.  They are special little ones.
Page 2
1.Nursery Rhymes has the little Dolls I make that remind
me of the old poems.
2.Story Books has the dolls I make that are inspired by old
children's tales.
3.Dolls from Many Lands.
At the bottom of this page are my tiny 1 1/8"  dolls dressed
Page 3
1. Victorians. They are just old fashioned dears made to
look like the dolls children played with long ago.
Ordering: Is rather self explanatory. But  hopefully it will be helpful, if you are so
Flier  New addition to my website.
The flier is a page with one of a kind and small limited Series dolls shown.
When you choose one, you will be receiving the exact doll pictured in the flier.
Duplicates of these dolls will not be available.
Updated on 10-22-2015
Catalog Pages
It only lasted a few hours last Friday,
October 16, but I am sure there is
more to come.