Monday, February 8, 2010

Personalized Altered Dolls and ATC Class


What a Fun night I had, tonight was our monthly get together with the Designing Divas! It was Inka from Altered Artifacts
turn to do a project, and what a project she did!!! She came up with the most amazing idea. She spent hours on her computer making these dolls, in each of our images. We cut them out of card stock and decorated each one to suit us. So now I have my very own "Lynn" Paper doll. So can you pick mine out yet? Hint.. I'm wearing pantaloons! LOL, she also sent me a picture of me with my doll, but honestly I need a new doo, so sorry gals no photo tonight. Be on the watch for Inka to make these available to the public on Etsy soon, YES you too can have your very own paper doll in your likeness!!!. Wouldn't these just be adorable as a Bride and Groom set for a wedding celebration?

While I have you here a little recap on Saturdays ATC class I taught at Scrapers and Stampers. We had the most wonderful time! But me being the ditz I sometimes am, forgot my camera,but Linda fromStudio L 3 remembered hers and did the most wonderful write up on her site. She is such a delight to be around go take a peek to see how much fun you missed out on! but remember I still needed that new doo! LOL.

19 comments:

Knerten said...

Wow, these dolls are just magnificent ! Is there a tutorial to be seen anywhere ? Lovely work :-)
Have a nice day, and thanks for sharing.

Heavens2Betsy said...

These dolls are delicious Lynn. I'd love to have a go at making them myself!

Louise (KardKrazy) said...

Lynn, these altered doll are absolutely fabulous! What a fun project.

Kim said...

Those dolls are amazing!! I also visited Linda's site--what are talking about, missy? Your hair looks great!!!! As I've said before--I wish Boise and Cincinnati were a little closer--would love to take your classes!!!

Michelle said...

Oh my goodness! This is so sweet! I simply must own one... tell her to go go go on Etsy!

Linda Ledbetter said...

I think your doo is fab! It was such an awesome class (more... please teach MORE!), and you made it such fun for all us lucky attendees.

Those altered dolls are gorgeous! What a fun project. BTW,I do think you should investigate bringing back the pantaloon IRL. If anyone could rock the look, you could, and it might be the birth of a new style trend. Hugs from the SE end of town.

Scrolls Work Rubber Stamps said...

Ahh ha! I posted this on my blog as well!! We had too much fun with these dolls!

Elaine A said...

Lynn -

THese are just too darn sweet! I love them and what a great idea Inka came up with. Very different.

Elaine Allen

Stacy said...

Lynn, the thumbnail of this project caught my eye over at Nostalgic Collage! I have a passion for paperdolls and these are purely delightful! The class must have been so much fun!

Anji Johnston said...

These are just amazing! You guys are so creative - love everything you do!

Shar said...

These are too fun! Awesome!

Terri Gordon said...

The dolls are beautiful, sounds like a very fun night.

Lesley said...

I just love these and would love to have a go at making some.
Lesley x

ALTERED ARTIFACTS said...

Oh my gosh were these fun to create! That is why I have decided I will go ahead and list them on etsy .... soon :))I love the pantaloons idea too! Leave it to Lynn to come up with something so creative!
Inka :)

Christine said...

These are adorable! So much fun. I thought you looked great in her photos. I never would have recognized you from your profile pic. The ATCs were great. I ended up with a migraine so I didn't get to come.

Blessings,
Christine

Juliet A said...

These are too cute! I would love the templates you used - it would be a fun project to do.

Jill said...

How incredibly fun!!

Elaine. said...

These are so clever and so much fun. Ya'll must of had a marvelous time together. Great dolls. Great pantaloons...they should keep you warm in the winter months:)
Elaine

phoebe said...

What a cute idea!

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