Tuesday, June 07, 2011

DIPs (dolls in progress) & Debra's Quilts

I crackled Red's face, drilled a hole into the old potato masher, and now he stands waiting for arms and hands.

I've begun working on a papier mache over aluminum foil armature for another head I've made.

Debra is selling her quilts in her Etsy shop, several for $100 plus shipping--now that's a deal.  Check them out here!


  1. I love the sinister streak that your dolls have, something of the past hanging onto them. Memorable.

  2. Gerrie- Thanks! I've just finished him. He didn't have far to go, only arms and hands.

    Dixie - My little Eccentricities are slightly off the beaten path...but only slightly. Thanks for visiting!

  3. Thanks for the shout out!

    and, I am always amazed and amused by your dolls!

  4. Love the crackled look on Red! Those tiny hands look impossible to make. How?????

  5. Debra - You have been so busy lately! Love the Madonnas, and new bird theme you are using.

    Mary - Thanks, Mary! I'm still experimenting with hands and find them very difficult. Even getting them the same size is hard for me!

  6. That´s good, dips - I´m having some cips here (=creatures ip) - lovely expression + complexion she has...

  7. Ger - Oh, I like CIPs. Creatures in progress...yes, I like that!


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