Tuesday, April 2, 2013

This was a challenge of the Tulsa Dolling Dames to create a doll from a piece of art. This picture is an antique 1/2 yard long of a young girl in a Harlequin outfit(author unknown) I love Halequins and have a minor collection of them. Our granddaughter, Malory wanted this dress duplicated for herself which i did and will have to post a picture of her in it. She is as adorable as the picture.

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Wenzel Steampunk car and dude.
This was a wonderful online class through Adele's S. with pattern by S. Barmore.  I learned so much with help from the dolling dames, Jean, Jayne & Laurie.  What would I have done without their help in the beginning.  What a genius designer.

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Wenzel, online class

Partially done.  Steampunk car and man to follow.  So much fun to make.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Let's vote.  Whether you are a Democrat or Republican you might enjoy my tribute to the Presidential election. 

I couldn't quite get it done until a few days after the election but it was a fun pattern from Frowning Francis, Folk Art.
Here is the witch that Nark made from our face exchange. Isn't it cute!

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

This was a 2 day class with Stephanie Norvaski. I love the body on this doll and it actually stands on his own He is a steampunk dude doll.
We had a challenge in our doll club where we exchanged unuseable doll heads we had discarded and I picked a styrofoam ball with some paper clay on it and this is the wizard I came up with.
It was a lot of fun and was mainly a Halloween challenge. Jennifer made the original head so she got this wizard to take home. Nark got my doll head and really made a cute witch out of it which I now have.