Jul 9, 2012

Pumpkin Girl

Back when I designed a couple of bodies for my "big girls"--the ones inspired by the Greiner dolls and milliner's model type paper maches, I had made three doll bodies.  Two of them became Isabella and Anne, but the third just sort of sat around...having not turned out sculpt-wise the way I'd wanted her to at the time.  But I went back and revisited her a bit.

She ended up with pumpkin and crackle, with harvest colors and polkadotted stockings and Queen Ann-ish eyes.  I like her and have enjoyed her wide-eyed presence.  Now I guess I'll list her on Ebay or Etsy and see if someone is as hungry for cool autumn weather as I am.

I know, it's too soon, and I should be happy with whatever season is upon me.  But a girl can dream, right?







6 comments:

  1. She is lovely Jan, where are your Izannah dolls you were working on?

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    1. They're all lined up in the living room, glaring at me because they're still in their unders! :~)

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  2. I love her. Great stockings and shawl. I too long for cool autumn weather!

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  3. She is the perfect Fall doll. I can see her sitting among the pumpkins. :) I love that crackle finish on her!

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  4. You are killing me Jan!!!

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