Thursday, 8 July 2010

WONDERLAND BLOG EVENT ADO


Hello & welcome


Alice in Wonderland inspired doll that I have created for the event.

Alice has been created from 'creative' paper clay

I stuck with the inspiration of a folk idea,
a little aged in feel too
Alice was made flat backed so that she may be suspended from a cabinet or wall,
(behind her bow .. a hoop for hanging)


OOOOooooo it is nearly time to leap into all the other rabbit blog holes
So I will say goodbye
I don't wanna be late for a very important date!


visiting of the blogs will last for the weekend, and the event officially ends on July 11th.

Love, light & peace

oxoxoxo


21 comments:

Papillon Bleu said...

Oh! she is so tiny! Love her!

Christine said...

I also love that she is delicately small. You did a nice job with the aging and I think what is really appealing about your Alice is that she has a folk art look that is charming :)

Is that a brunette Alice next to her?? She's a beauty!

kimkim said...

I am fond of this sort of doll,your dolls are really lovely,love the way you have photographed them as well.

darcyarts said...

Tiny Alice in a dreamy photo, what could be better? Nice post.

sassypackrat said...

I love tiny little dolls! She's adorable and your photos are so awesome!

Knot By Gran'ma said...

She is beautiful. Great job... also thanks for making me laugh with the first photo. Awesome.

Patti said...

Love her jointed folkiness. Nice take on Alice! Great blog. :)

Yovanka Black said...

Very different and unique this one!!! I am sooo glad I stopped by to see your doll... she 's quite something!

I also really enjoyed your entire post ;)

Lovely work!!!


Yovanka

Ayala Art said...

Very nice Alice Art Doll !!!

Children of Eve said...

This was such a wonderful little visit. Terrific post! The doll, the teapot and mostly the legs sticking out of the "real" rabbit hole. Great job.

Kelly said...

I love the variety of projects that you did on this theme....from your sweet little doll, to the very clever time piece and tea pot. Very creative!

jasperandblue said...

What a brilliant idea- to be able to hang her. She so sweet.

littlebitwired said...

WOnderful tiny ALice, great work on the blog story too!

Aimee Jeffries said...

So small and sweet, love the dark haired one too!

Jodi Cain said...

Awwww... she's so little and cute! I think if she were mine I'd hang her right on the front of my Christmas tree :)

The Studio at Crow Haven Farm, LLC said...

You did it again...WOOOHOOO Love your Alice Dolls!
Have fun down the rabbit hole!
Cheers

newagedolls said...

ooOo great job! I also love the way the photos were shot =D =D

Debbie said...

Alice is alive and everywhere!

OnceUponAMoon said...

What in interesting Alice. I love that she can be displayed on the wall. Very Folk Artsy and lovely. :)

attaya said...

she is nice!! so tiny.

Sophia - La La said...

She is wonderful - beautiful folk art feel indeed!!