This is where you get to see the everyday banal objects performing different tasks!! I like to see the world upside down and make it work for me!!
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How charming! I love her enamel flower corsage. And that chunky glitter- ooo la la!
That is totally cute!
this is soo cute, who knew you could do so many things with coffee filters? Not I, way to go Jennifer!
So cute. She makes me think of a flamenco dancer.
Too cute! I was trying to think of a word to describe her and festive keeps coming to mind. She’s so fun…she makes me think of a party. Very creative!
That is a very “happy” doll! I love finding different ways to use everyday things….thanks for sharing!
It really looks like she’s dancing! Maybe there are castanets hiding in there somewhere. I just have to say, Jennifer, how honored I am to have you visit my “small” blog every now and again. It is such a pleasure to see a little note from you! Thank you.
How lovely!!! Love how full her skirt is. The coffee filter was such a great idea.
Precious! Did you hand paint her face? So sweet!
Well i would first like to say how honoured i was that you stopped by and love your creative spirit. keep up the good work, martha.x
no Caroline that was the face on this dutch wooden doll from ebay!!
She is hot stuff, Jennifer!
If only fashion were that easy for the rest of us!!
Every time I make coffee I am intrigued by the creative potential of paper filters!
Carmen Miranda can’t hold a candle against this fun creation.
Jennifer, this is AWESOME! Simply loving this, how creative you are!
That is the cuttest ever!!
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