Friday, July 10, 2009

I've Found A Paper Doll That I Can Call My Own...

Well, I have had a blast in the last few days playing with new sketches from Mo's Digital Images. This is just one project that I worked on and really enjoyed putting together. These little girls are part of one of her newest releases.

I created this folder using a heavy chipboard (repurposed cardboard from the back of my watercolor paper pad), cut into panels, Mod-Podged to ensure a good grip, and then added this very feminine designer paper.

I used the Crop-a-dile to punch holes and coordinating ribbons to create hinges. The outside is the coordinating DP; both from Making Memories' "Brooke Narrow Stripe & Paisley" series.

Maurie has lots of new images up since my last post. There's even a download freebie.. so check out her shop for a lot of beautiful and great deals. These sketches are so detailed and fantastic to color.

This is a close-up view of the kimono from the pajama portion of the set. I added some glitter to the trim to give it a satin look. How cute is that bunny she's holding?

Throughout the project, I used Prisma and Lyra pencils, and some copics for the finer details. There's Sakura Gelly Roll glitter pen and some Stickles on the shoes (girls gotta have red ruby slippers!) Wouldn't this be a great rainy-day project with a little girl in your life?

Thanks for stopping by.. enjoy your day, and be safe in all you do.

Details: Mo's Digital Images, Paper Doll Series, Making Memories Designer Paper "Brooke Narrow Stripe/Paisley, Crop-a-dile, ribbons, dimensionals, copic markers, Prisma and Lyra pencils, Nestabilities oval and oval scallop dies, SU chipboard hearts.


Anonymous said...

Way too cute. I love it.

Scrubbysue said...

Oh wow! these are cute! my nieces would love these!! hmmmm......that gives me an idea for her birthday coming up. Thanks for the inspiration!

Lelia said...

Whoa, girl! You rock!

Anonymous said...

This is just too cute - it looks like fun to make.

Alex said...

This is AMAZING! I have contacted Mo about getting this so I can make my own set. THANK YOU for sharing what a wonderful thing you have made!!!

Anita said...

This is so cute. Great gift idea!

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