Tuesday, March 10, 2009

And Puppet Dancers!


picnikfile_nRtt2r, originally uploaded by ostrich girl.
Merry Annette Can't wait to join in all the carnival merriment!
Hooray for cotton candy and buttery popcorn! Hotdogs and corndogs! Caramel apples!
Time to see all the handmade stuff and see who won for the best chili and homemade pie!
Thankyou Lisa for hosting this super fun event!
See evryone on March 14th!

10 comments:

  1. I wish I could make beautiful dolls like you! you've got a style all of your own, they are simply amazing!

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  2. Hi there Sheri! Thanks so much for the tip you left in my comments section. I will be sure to check our Walmart here. They had them at the Michael's here, but they were around $20 and that was a little more than I wanted to pay. Thanks so much for your help!

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  3. What a beautiful doll just like her creator.

    Thank you so much.

    So your 16 year old is doing what they do best, aren't they so interesting.....

    I will let you know as soon as I get it. xoxo

    Love Renee

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  4. thanks for stopping by Sheri...would you believe, before I started painting seriously, I was sculpting dolls? In the late 90's I was trying to make my own dolls, but there just wasn't the information there is today. I could sculpt the heads and body parts but didn't know how to put them together, lol! I eventually got frustrated and stopped trying.

    Right now I am in 2 online doll classes, so you will eventually see dolls from me, I'm just behind as always. I already love dolls, so I can't wait to start making them.
    I have never used paperclay though, and can't wait to try!!!
    looking at your dolls, they are sweet and whimsical, thats probably why I love them so much :-D

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