Saturday, February 20, 2010

full snow moon doll



February's full snow moon doll is made of pieced fabric and embellished with lace, yarn, buttons, beads, wire and a yo-yo with a flower. I also added a sculpy face (my first) and a found object. The found object is a remnant of a spray from a floral arrangement that I found on the sidewalk.

Take a look at Bea's blog for more pictures of others.

16 comments:

Eva said...

Very snow and full moon! She seems to be in a state of meditation. Will a wide awake spring doll follow? Great thing for a first try with sculpy.

Mrs Moen said...

Oh, she's just perfect; like a peaceful snow angel. Beautiful! What did you use to make the face; some sort of polymer clay?

Suzanne Kistler said...

Looks like being buried in snow is inspirational... :)

Yvonne said...

What a lovely doll! I love how you embellished her. Isn't this ful moon project fun!!!! :)

Mary said...

she's beautiful. sculpy is fun to work with.

Dotti said...

She look quiet and peaceful like a new fallen snow!

Quilt or Dye said...

Oh, daughters will be embarrassed about one way or the other!

The doll is lovely. How about a closer look at her face?

Ruth Anne Olson said...

Good job on the Sculpey face. I thought she was in the tropics because of the plant she's sitting in.

Vicky~ stichr ~ said...

this is way cool! but so is embarrassing your daughter...ooo, scratch that....finding things and using them is so fun!!! i really like this all in white.

dosfishes said...

Great face in sculpy, and the doll looks so peaceful nestled in the plant, waiting for the snow to melt?

Barbara said...

Such a serene and peacefu-looking doll! I love what you've done to represent this snowy month. She is lovely! I've also been working with sculpey clay to make faces. It's hard, but molding the clay with tools found around the house is so much fun. I've been using things like a paper clip, a nail file, and a swizzle stick to push and pull the clay until I get a look I like. This challenge is great fun!!!!

Clare Wassermann said...

Gosh that doll is original and has a clouded beauty. I'm really fond of your raw edge squares - I need to store this idea as it keeps jumping out at me from all over the place. It's telling me something!! x

tangled stitch said...

Well now that I've seen a bit more of her I adore her even more. Keep making dolls this one is fabulous and I love her face.

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

The snow moon doll is so intriguing...there is a sense of peace and comfort for this hungry moon month. I am still working on my small work...you have done a great job! Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

BT said...

I'm over from Bea's place. I just love your wolf moon doll, she's adorable. I'm glad I'm not the only one who picks things up in the street!! I must investigate that sculpy.

Sandra said...

What a lovely face she has!