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Art Dolls

Posted by Rosie_GA (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 5, 03 at 10:14

Carol is having a segment on art dolls with rubber stamping this afternoon.


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Thanks, It's almost time for her show now. I have to check to make sure the tape hasn't run out.


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When I saw the guy's examples I realized I'd seen that before. Also realized I'd forgotten all about it! I want one of those to put in my bathroom! I want her to be a mermaid, in shades of white. Don't you think it would work just fine hanging on the wall? I don't have enough counter space for a standing one.
Now to find clipart; I'm not about to go buy rubberstamps just for that!


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Sure it would look great on the wall.......why not attach it to a base......like a large piece of cork or use something like a shadow box.
Think I'll play tonite and make some........we can have "show and tell" tomorrow.


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I kinda went off on a tangent tonight... will show & tell about that later...
Wouldn't you know I don't have a suitable box lid or other shadowbox part for my art doll? I'll have to improvise. Hmmmmm.... I'm wondering about round lids or triangle. Or Altoid tins, how about a trio of dolls?

I didn't think about the humidity factor in the bath room. :-/ Guess I'll have to seal the dickens out of it.

Meantime, I can anticipate your Show & Tell!


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HA didn't play last night. A jewerly box lid.....I was thinking about a velveeta brown box. They are such sturdy cardboard. If it came down to it......make one out of cardboard.


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I just can't seem to like those art dolls.


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