This is Kenzie, my latest doll. I used a
head from my head jar.
My doll club has a doll exchange at our Christmas party and this is the doll I made for this past Christmas. We sign up and fill out a questionnaire. Then we are given the questionnaire of the person we are to make the doll for. She likes bones, skeletons and the colors black and white so this is the doll I made for her. I am very pleased with the end result. I already have my exchange name for this year and I have been thinking of what doll to make for her.
This is Rosebud. I found this hot pink yarn at Hobby Lobby and made a wig cap out of it. Then I had to make a doll to use it on. So I used another head from my head jar and Rosebud was born.
Judy Skeel taught an afternoon class at our doll club last summer She showed us how to make wings and a layered tulle skirt. This is the doll that I used them on. Another head from my head jar made into a doll.
I went to AFICC this spring and this is the doll that I made in Christine Shively-Benjamin's "Rainbow of Chaos" class. I also took a class from Dawn Shiller, "Eggcentric" and I love how he turned out. He makes me smile everytime I look at him. He is made from Sculpy and has a crack in his head, so I gave him hair to cover it up.
Here are two clock dolls that I made. I hope to make a pattern for the orange clock doll in the future.
This is morning feeding time at our house. 5 of our 6 cats eat canned food every morning. Mickey doesn't like canned food so he skips breakfast.
Here is my son, Randy with a fish he caught.
And lastly, here are 2 pictures of my daughter Tammy at St. Patrick and Christmas time that will hopefully leave you with a smile.