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Topic: Finally--I tried a beaded doll!  (Read 1362 times)
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« on: October 28, 2006 11:00:10 PM »

I received some really cute polymer clay faces from the bead doll goddess koi in a swap in July of 2006.

I finally had a chance to try my hand at making a little beaded doll for a special person.  I attached a pin in the back so it can be worn or attached to a bag, whatever... it is about 2 inches long--the face is the size of my pinky nail!!

I attached the curly yarn because it was going to someone who is a felting goddess...I must say, I have a lot of respect for you beading artists--this little guy took a lot of patience, a magnifying glass, and lots of pokes in my fingers!!

Anyway, I enjoyed trying and will now go back to bigger projects, ha ha!


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« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2006 01:19:36 PM »

adorable~! It's a great feeling to accomplish something like that and specifcally gear it to a great friend. I think she'll love it! I like the colours and the curly yarn matches so well! I'd say a job well done

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