Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Saturday, June 19, 2010
Just finished my version of Marie Antoinette for the MMC Challenge on ADO this month. Used some vintage lace I found in a box of my Grandmothers so it has to be out of the 1920's. It was fun and I messed around with air dry clay on her too.Even put her hair in a french twist in the back! EX hair stylist here.
Friday, June 18, 2010
I found a vintage 1920's rhinestone belt buckle in a box of my mom's with all the stones still in it. Belonged to my mom/grandmother maybe. I put it up on artfire for sale if anyone is interested in it...$10.00 plus postage. Thanks tons it sold! yeah.....
Monday, June 14, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010
This little 9 inch Americana Art Doll is a new design I'm trying. Using primitive techniques and Americana fabric I have been experimenting with these new patterns.
"I just wanted you to see my Americana loons"!
I love Americana anything and
I'm really enjoying making the smaller dolls now and find they take up less space so I can use a lot of them myself around the house as shelf sitters. Both of the above dolls are available to purchase finished on my Etsy site. Thanks for looking they both sold!
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Just finished my part of D'Sil and Olin...great fun dolls to work on originally made by Little Bit Wired. I added the cape to him...
He has been to see Abi Monroe who made the clay bird body for Olin, leather satchel for D'Sil and then to Cindee Moyer who added the hair, beard, and clothing she also painted D'Sil Gold. They are now in the talented hands of Paula Nerhus. I love how all these dolls are turning out.