Sunday, April 3, 2011


This is paper doll that I made for a swap coming up. There weren't any limitations, so I used a face that I painted that was part of collage from my Towers and Turrets class. I added a shawl of some dyed cheesecloth I made, and bits of vintage lace. I also used some papers and vintage buttons, and actually had a blast with this. Someone in the group mentioned it looked Frida-esque.....and now I see that, and like it!
That's for popping in and making my day!


stregata said...

She is gorgeous, Sharito! Love the cheesecloth and the lace bits... and she is Frida-esque!

janet in ft worth said...

Lovely! I especially like the butterfly feet.

Dorthe said...

Yes I see that,too, but I also see, love strugling and breaking free, in a cold prisoned world-
fantastic my dearest Sharon.
I wish you a lovely and goo week, friend.
Hugs ,Dorthe

steufel said...

They are right about Frida. Awesome!

Diane said...

Sharon, you need to paint more--what a beautiful face!!
I love paper doll art--you are inspiring me.

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Very Frida-esque,Sharon!
Totaly awesome.
Have a wonderful week.

romantic decay said...

she is beautiful!

Laura Haviland said...

Dearest sweet friend Sharon,
I have to say from one huge art paper doll lover to another "you" !! You rock it, she is so awesome.
You creative a unique out the box art doll, the best.
Truly love your creative imagination.
Thanks for sharing.
Love Laura. xoxx
She is a real beauty.

Esther said...

what a lovely " gypsy butterflies" frida's dress but Diego Rivera's face!!

maryharding said...

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and leaving such great comments about my work. I am excited to find your blog. Your work is incredible. I am signing up to follow you.Love these paper dolls and Frida and Diego.

Lesley said...

I haven't done a paper doll for AGES!!!
This little doll is glorious and her painted face is gorgeous. You are clever.


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