Tuesday, October 18, 2011

See What The New Project is with Creative Paperclay® !

I don’t know what inspired me on this project other than the cover of the Cloth Paper Scissors magazine for July/Aug. I just loved it! Anyway I decided I wanted to try to make my own version of a doll with Creative Paperclay® These are the items that I used in my project except for paint, eyes,and glue.


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To start with I trimmed a piece of styrofoam down with that nifty styrofoam cutter that you see in the back of the photo. The trimmed piece is in the front of the photo. I also used some green wire that I bought a long time ago that I retrieved from my stash to fashion two longer pieces for the legs and two for the arms. I connected the two styro pieces together with that short piece of dowel rod that you see along with some glue for stability. I then inserted the wire for the arms and legs along with a little more glue for stability. Once I had all of the body parts put together I covered them with the Creative Paperclay® and inserted the eyes. Here’s what the doll looked like when it was covered with clay, dried and ready to paint:

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I also used a flower that I painted and glued on later after I finished painting my little doll up. Check out what she looked like after I got her all dolled up! hehe
              

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So do you think that you could make your own dolly using Creative Paperclay®? I certainly think that you can! What do you think I should name her? Please leave a comment because I love hearing from you! Thanks for following to all of you new members!


Barbara

4 comments:

Jingle said...

OH, dear me, she is just the cutest little thing ever!

Brenda said...

This is so cute. Great job. For whatever reason the name Victoria came to mind the minute I saw her. Good luck picking a name.
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Michael said...

Pretty creative! I've been meaning to try this stuff out. I just haven't got around to it yet. The project, none the less, looks great.

Lyneen said...

She is darling... she looks like a Tilly to me!!! LOVE the expression on her face.