Dolls...everyone loves them. We have three styles to choose from, a poseable bendy doll and naked
nuslin doll and her big sister. We also have a fine book to hlep you clothe and embellish your avorite doll. There
are so many creative possibilities with dolls, besides all the different embellishments you can choose from, you can
also decide on a precise theme, such as a particular color, abstract, cultural theme, moon, sun and so on. The possibilites
are simply endless!
Muslin Bendy Doll~ This doll measures 14" long and is anxiously awaiting your fashion embellishments
to transform her into something mahvelous! So many embellishment opportunites await you with her...fabric paint,
beads, clay face, charms, fabric, wire, ribbon, buttons, polymer clay,markers, stamping, sequins, leather and anything else
you can think of. This is a poseable doll with wire in the arms and legs. Sold per doll. I had to increase
the price of this doll because if you order more than 1, they have to be shipped in a box, they are just too big for
the envelopes and I was not charging anything extra for the additional postage.
Naked Muslin Doll~ She awaits anxiously to be embellished by you. She
likes beads, fibers, fabrics, shrink plastic, ribbon, safety pins, charms and quiet walks in the park. Head to
toe she measures 5". Finger tip to finger tip- aprox 5 1/2". She looks great with a sticker face put into a bottle
cap and glued on her face area, turn her into a blockhead using the wood squares above as her face. She comes
with her sister, naughty muslin doll. Sold per doll.
Naked Muslin Doll's Big Sister ~ She
too awaits your artistic touch to cloth her in regal finery. She measures approx. 7 1/4" tall and approx. 8" across
with her arms wide open (the better to hug you). She is jointed and needs a home. Sold per doll.
This is a paper mache box that I cut the top out of and added the screen door mesh to the top. You can just vaguely
see inside the box.
When you open the box-this little doll wakes you up...yes, I know, she is a bit freaky- it was late.
I took the doll and cut the arms and legs off and sealed them with Ranger Matte Accents so the stuffing would not come
out. I colored her with Copic Markers (alcohol ink based markers) and used a polymer clay face from a mold. I
rearranged her parts in the box and glued them in place. I glued pages from a very old Bible inside the box and
I also added something I typed on the computer and then printed off and colored it- it reads "Sometimes I fall apart, but
God's Word puts me back together". Obviously-it was not a good week, ha ha.
Just another way to use a doll in your art work.