Thursday, July 22, 2010

Marie paper art doll!!! New!!! "Isabella"



My Marie paper doll with a chambre background on wood and mica wings and napkins skirt. pearls and roses finish her look
The top Doll is an altered paper doll with pearls, feathers ribbon and other trims, she stands on her own but shown with a chambre background. Gold accents and ribbon roses. Hard to see the feathers in her hat.

12 comments:

Elaine A said...

Betty -

She is equisite! How beautiful she is - you've done a phenomenal job creating her.

Elaine Allen

Cynthia Powell said...

Absolutely stunning!

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Lindart said...

Love you Marie Antoinette angel of a doll! She's gorgeous! If Marie is looking down she would approve!

C'est Magnifique said...

Wow! She's stunningly beautiful! You've done a great job on her!

Tania

Janet Ghio said...

I love your Marie paperdoll!! nancy Allen gave your link on another Yahoo group! Your other art is great also! I see you have a Roses on the table logo on your site. Have you taken any classes there? I'm taking the tile class and it is fabulous!

Elena said...

Hi!! Could you maybe post a little tutorial on how you did this? She is amazing! I am in a Marie Round Robin and would love to make one of these!

Elena said...

Hi!! Could you maybe post a little tutorial on how you did this? She is amazing! I am in a Marie Round Robin and would love to make one of these!

Kim said...

She's beautiful Betty! xoxox

bloubell said...

Hi Elena-- I bought a collage sheet on etsy for 6 Marie paper dolls, gathered pretty napkins for the skirt and stuffed with nylon net. Added ribbons at the waist . I had the mica wings from some angel craft stuff that I got on ebay, I secured her back with strips of cardstock to give her stability. Circles of lace for her wrists and the headress if you pull the pic up close you will see pearls, ribbon roses,etc. I added a higher headress to the paper doll and then embellished it. Had a collage sheet that had victorian rooms blew it up,glued it on a piece of wood and embellished the edges, If you want her to stand on her own, then do a paper cone instead of the nylon net.Hope this helps. Betty

jackie said...

Betty - this is gorgeous!! I love that you used a lovely napkin for her skirt and all of the embellishments are perfect!

Rella said...

Really, really lovely Marie. Your work is just beautiful.

xox Rella