|If I make another one I'd like a more floaty fabric for the dress.|
She's sort of a Regency era lady. I wanted her to be in the style of an antique peg doll.
I probably shouldn't have used the flesh looking clay, but I still like how she came out.
|I even made the roses on her bonnet...and her bonnet.|
|She is actually jointed.|
|Her bonnet comes off too. In the front she has painted curls.|
|The curls in back are three dimensional.|
|She has lacy pantalettes and painted on brown shoes. Having the white under skirt a full skirt made her too bulky, so I settled on an insert.|
|Her tiny bonnet is made of a piece of vintage fabric that has a broad weave to look more like a straw bonnet.It fits on my pinkie, and I have small hands.|
|She's still available for sale, as of today.|
I seem to have what's been going around and I have a massive headache and feel lousey. It's also Ken's night off, so not spending much time here is necessary today!At the beginning of the year I had this dumb idea to post a different doll every day.I have made it to 120 days! I keep threatening to quit, because of the time and effort involved in doing this every day. Then Ken calls me a quitter! So I keep going,because I SAID I was going to do this. (Stupid me!) When I reach the end of the year I'm going back to regular blogging, and only posting when I have something specific to say or show! I'm almost a third of the way there. I'm not a quitter!!