Friday, January 28, 2011


Thanks to Etsy's Rhonda.


Elaine A said...

Betty -

She is beautiful! I love how she turned out. May I ask a couple of questions? What did you use under her skirts to give you volume and what is holding her up? I made a paper doll from one of my drawings and I can't get her to stand. Admittedly, she is a fairy and her skirt is made from ribbon and she has less clothing than yours. But I'd love to display her instead of keeping her in a box.
My last question is, where do you get your pattern papers for the dress? Are you using new pattern paper or do you find it in thrift shops, etc.? Thanks Betty.

Elaine Allen

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Elaine A said...

Betty -

Thank you so much for responding. I really love Jennifer, she is just so beautiful.


Fabric Art said...

WOW Betty I have never seen such a wonderful paper doll, Jennifer is gorgeous and so creatively done, have a nice weekend.

Marion said...

Oh, she is absolutely, totally GORGEOUS! You did a fabulous job on her. You're making my fingers itch to go cut out stuff and make my own paperdoll. How I loved them when I was a kid...especially Betsy McCall who was in back of Mama's occasional McCall's Magazine. Thank you for sharing your art.


Ann said...

She is a true WORK OF ART!!! Gorgeous everything!!! Her dress is amazing! I've never done a paperdoll like this..not sure I could even come close!! You have such an eye for detail!! hugs

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bloubell said...

Thankyou , Rhonda, It was a wonderful pattern and I enjoyed doing it so much and have had some really nice comments from my various groups. Will be watching for more of your stunning work. I do quite a lot of paper dolls and have done them from a blank body , this is my first with someone else's pattern. The beauty of this is the front and back, I think. Are you drawing these?