Saturday, 19 October 2013

Paper Saturdays Link up time, Paper doll Miss Foxie

Happy Paper Saturdays. Are you ready for sharing your paper art today? I am a little late posting because there were one million other things which needed my attention this morning nevertheless I am here now.

Meet Miss Foxie she is one of my new paper dolls. She accompanied me to the Dutch craft fair last weekend. My paper dolls sold well and you can now find them in my etsy store too.

Another fun thing is that I have started to take commissions for making stylised paper puppets from real people. A wonderful gift for special occasions. Please email me if you are interested my email address is in the top right hand corner.

and now I am leaving you with a photo of my sisters stall at the craft fair in Holland. She is a very talented knitter and designer of knitting patterns. I have managed to pinch one of her patterns so I can try my hand at knitting. You can visit her blog here.
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Please share your art here and link back your relevant post to Paper Saturdays so we can all visit each other.


Valerie-Jael said...

Nice paper doll! Valerie

Tammie Lee said...

your paper doll is wonderful and to create custom ones is such a fun idea!

Melissa Kojima said...

Congrats on your success with your paper dolls. I love little foxie! How fun. Sounds like you had fun in Holland! Hope you'll share your knitting adventures with us.

Michellem said...

LOVE your paper dolls! Been enjoying your homework for the art business class too - I know you are busy!

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

Your line of paper dolls looks splendid. Glad you did well at the art show. Blessings!

Cameron said...

Manon, I see your sister shares your love of color and whimsy! What a wonderful pair you must make!

Your foxie is so cute. I can see why she and her paper siblings did so well :)

Jez said...

I'm glad you did so well at the craft fair, and it's no wonder people wanted your paper dolls. Your sister's output is enormous and gorgeous articles - I hope that she too did well.
Love Foxie, I was trying to work it out, and I think the moving bits are under the dress. Good idea!

Carol Porter said...

love love love Foxie! congratulations on your new commissions!