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CIRCA 1873 DOLLS
Early American Izannah Walker inspired Dolls.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Tamar's new Dress
I have completed Tam's new dress.
She is on display at the Aspen Clubhouse for the month with out her pantaloons. They are ready for her when she comes home.
How disgraceful ...
Monday, July 5, 2010
Izannah Walker small 7" Companion Doll with 2 Dresses
She S O L D on Ebay with two dresses
pantaloons and petticoat
including a small doll stand and
Hand painted round Canvas Rug.
She is traveling to her new home.
Thank you kindly and EnJoY!
Friday, June 25, 2010
A new Red Dress~ Izannah Walker inspired Companion Doll
Just finished this dress yesterday.
Love the material and it is Reproduction Civil War fabri
Sunday, June 13, 2010
NO CRACKLE ...
The Crackle was a near disaster ...
Tamar is antiqued ... that is it.
Now I am assembling the body parts hoping to finish in a few days.
The finish is NOT what I had hoped for... she looks very aged and I Like it.
She is done!
Friday, June 4, 2010
To CRACKLE ... or NOT ?
Tamar is painted ...
my new dilemma is whether or NOT to give her a crackle finish.
My inclination is YES, go for it.
Either way she still needs to be antiqued and
then add those body parts like arms and legs.
I streaked her hair as my children's hair does the same thing
just from being out in the sun.
It will be toned down when she is antiqued.
Saturday, May 29, 2010
Izannah Walker Dolls
and using Dixie Redmond's 'Just for Fun' pattern
given to us in her Workshop ...
Here She is ...
Birth date is May 29, 2010 ...
You name her when you adopt her.
Sooo Tiny ... just 7" tall.
A Fabric and Clay Doll.
I Used Civil War Reproduction fabric
and the petticoat is Vintage Swiss Batiste eyelet trim.
Contrasting fabric used on her sleeves and neckline.
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Tamar Angevine ~ Izannah Walker inspired.
I do believe she is ready to start the final sanding
and then painting.
I sure hope so cause I am getting impatient.
After several coats of Gesso ...
she is looking much better.
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Tamar's new Dress