These dolls are not so cute. Love them or hate them, they'll be sure to get your creative mind going. So many ways to approach a time worn subject and give it a new twist. Paper, fastners, stamps, photos, found objects, papier mache, make some little creations of your own
Right: Glenda Waterworth
Aussie Male Doll
Far right and below:
Zettiology stamped doll
Gillian Allen: papier mache doll with embroidery threads and chiffon scraps
Far left Astro Paper Dolls:
Capricorn and Cancer /Aries and Scorpio
Left: Angel doll
Weird Wild or Wonderful, send in your doll creations to join these beauties in the gallery
Patti: Here are a couple dolls I made. Dolly has a whole wack of stamps used on her and She's alive is one stamp that I stamped twice so I could make her arms and wings move and she is from Non Sequitur.
I recently hosted a doll swap and these are the dolls I made.
The base pattern is the same for all and it is made out of matt board. I was trying to make the dolls all the same but this is what happened. LOL The peacock doll is the prototype that I kept and used for ideas for the others. Patti Sandham
Iwas inspired by Patti Sandham's paper dolls to do this. I'd like to thank Patti for sharing her work, and obviously thank you as well for putting out such agreat site.
I call this doll Compassion, and I hope to do some sister dolls for her, and maybe some brothers, too. Collaging is something I really enjoy, and I know it's good for my mental health!
I was wondering whether this card that I recently made with an Art Doll on it would be suitable for your gallery? I'm attaching a scan of it for you to see. I've just fallen love with Art Dolls and love your page.