Sunday, September 20, 2009

Two more



The same idea can be lovely with other images.
See left lady.
Below I used some old fashioned bobble trim and lace at the bottom
I hope you liked the paper dolls for Xmas.
aloha

9 comments:

Deborah@ The Painted Nest said...

WOW!!! I love all these!!! I'll take one each~~thank-you!! I've had so much fun doing these!!!!I do love your work!!!
Blessings,
Deborah

Nancy said...

Your Xmas dolls are darling. Love all the great trims you have used on them. So creative!
Nancy

Lottie said...

It's brilliant to see the finished items - how romantic they are - and you would never dream they started out as paper images. I bet your home looks magical at Christmas.

It is hard for me to imagine a hot sunny Christmas, I am so used to snuggling up around the firs, the home smelling of fresh pine and foliage, even snow occasionally. It will be fun to create totally different decorations this year. Thank you for the tutorial - your work is amazing

Saucy Chick Sherry said...

These Christmas Ornaments are wonderful and thank you so very much for the splendid instructions. Your artwork is lovely.

Made By Cara Shop said...

These are gorgeous! I can't wait to try to make some for Christmas! Thank you for sharing your beauty with us once again!!!

:)

Melissa said...

Oh Lilla I love the cream and pink lady especially!!! You have given me the perfect idea/instructions for the ornaments I'm making this year! I make 3 each year one for an exchange one for me and one for my friend! I love these so much that I'm going to try making them, I hope I can make some as pretty as you do!
Thank you so much for sharing with us!

Melissa said...

P.S. I wanted to ask where do you find the images of the ladies?

Lottie said...

I have made my first doll - not as expert as yours - but I am pleased with the outcome and hope to look at images in a 'new way' now.

You can see mine on my blog

The Rustic Victorian said...

love your work!!! Its so nice of you to share your technique too.
Marcie