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1  Re: Oriental Paper Doll Tutorial (6 imgs) in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by skullgrl on: June 23, 2007 12:24:03 PM


This is my second and smaller version. I used a different folding pattern for the body though.
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2  Oriental Paper Doll Tutorial (6 imgs) in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by skullgrl on: June 23, 2007 11:15:27 AM
So I made this paper doll that's not exactly a Geisha but it's somewhat like one. Seeing a lot of cool papers dolls in this forum is probably the reason I made one, it was fun and I hope to do more.  Grin

Tutorial:
Supplies:
-Papers (I used Origami, magazine clippings for hair and printer paper for the head)
-Scissors (trimming if you want)
-tape/glue (must hold it together, glue looks better but tape is faster)

How to:
1. Fold your paper as shown...


2. Fold over & secure.


3. Make the head using a piece of white paper cut to size. Fold, then secure a new rectangular piece for a neck.




4. Attach your head and jazz it up (with hair, a face, jewellery, etc.)


5. Your done... I added a face, hair and a green lining (on the bottom)



Anybody have ideas for other dolls?
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3  Pony of Death pwns you! Pic. Heavy in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by skullgrl on: January 02, 2007 05:18:15 PM
Hehe made this awhile ago (before I got my camera) but just had to share it...




and other side
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4  Re: Walnut Heads! With tutorial Pic heavy in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by skullgrl on: January 02, 2007 04:59:28 PM
Yay! (Okay so only one has a body but I made chestnutty ones!)
Some more - Now there's a whole family!
Additions - baby nut and viking nut.



Not the best pics I know. My digicam is tempermental.
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5  Re: Another Pringles Fill 'R Up Challenge in New Swap Theme Ideas by skullgrl on: January 02, 2007 07:15:33 AM
Here visit this link - http://www.pandgkills.com/main.html
And use some body elses cans please. A craft is not worth killing animals when you always have subsitutes.

If you don't want to visit the link I'll give you a taste;
"Each year, thousands of animals die in Procter & Gamble laboratories -- the victims of painful, archaic and entirely unnecessary product tests. Caustic chemicals are forced into the eyes of rabbits and applied to animals' shaved and raw skin.

Laboratory workers place the animals in restraining devices so they cannot struggle while the workers apply the chemicals, which burn into the animals' eyes and skin. P&G "scientists" do not sedate the animals or give them pain killers.

Animals sometimes break their necks or backs attempting to escape the pain. Those that survive are used in yet additional painful tests ... until they are finally killed. The victims include rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, ferrets and other animals.

P&G refuses to stop testing its products on animals, despite the fact that these tests are not required by any law, and despite the fact that more reliable and humane alternatives do exist"

In canada you have the Life Brand alternative which is just as good (I don't think you can get these in the U.S.) but there is always Lays Stax.

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6  Walnut Heads! With tutorial Pic heavy in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by skullgrl on: January 01, 2007 02:07:05 PM
Step 1: Crack Walnuts, wash

Step 2: Ripe out innards

Step 3: Grab yarn, ripe apart

Step 4: Make hair out of fibers/Tie fibers together


Step 5: Glue on hair and hold down with something heavy, leave for drying time



Step 6: Paint on face (you can always use googly eyes if you want)

TADA!
Walnut heads!



First post and with tut. Please be nice. I have been lurking (another term for being to lazy to post) for about a year but I wanted to start a new account where I would actually post and so on. Tell me what you think, though keep in mind this is a 10min craft by a 13 (soon to be 14) year old.
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