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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Flower Girls...3d quilled dolls

Hi everyone
These dolls I call the flower girls. I made them in 2007 and have not duplicated them....yet anyway. Like the graduation doll....these are one of a kind and were done all in one shot. They are made from quilling paper for the most part but the skirts are scrapbooking paper. So far I have not been able to part with them but have been tempted to give them as gifts every now and then.






Let me know what you think....
Cheryl

8 comments:

  1. Really cute! I love the color scheme you chose and the patterned paper makes perfect skirts.

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  2. Thanks Ann...I really enjoyed making them so I definitely have to make more.
    Cheryl

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  3. I think the dolls are great. I love that you used a pattern paper for the skirts. You should definitely make more, but I understand. Sometimes we are on a roll with an idea and then that passes and we move on to others. They are definitely worth a revisiting though.

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  4. Hi Sandy
    thanks for the lovely comments and I know I will make these again...now if I could just remember how I did them. I checked out your etsy site and blog and I love your work...glad to see there are other quillers out there.

    Thanks for checking out my blog.
    Cheryl

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  5. Hello,

    Love your work so much!!! Its just awesome, Even I used to Make Quillng Dolls but not like yours can u please post some video on this???

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  6. Thanks Pramod R

    I wish I had the time for video tutorials but I don't. I made them 5 years ago an am not even sure if I could duplicate them.

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  7. Totally loved them , they are so beautiful that it has tempted me to make one . I had one doubt how did you make the hands i mean how did you bend them ? Mine opened up :(

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  8. Hi Sailee
    it wasn't easy making the arms and my broke often too but I glued the inside and let it dry a little. Hope that helps.

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