Thursday, March 21, 2013

Tiny Wings

Small winged things, 

one for night


and one for day.

These beauties will be winging their way to my peg doll swap partners tomorrow, to hopefully arrive by Easter.

Please visit Margaret Bloom's blog, We Bloom Here, or even better, purchase a copy of her book Making Peg Dolls for more peg-doll inspiration!


15 comments:

  1. Love monarch wings even on your weird little peg dolls!! Tee Hee!

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  2. Oh wow! They're gorgeous! You did such an amazing job!

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  3. Thank you, all, for your kind words. I love when an idea comes to fruition with results like those you'd hoped for!

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  4. amazingly beautiful dolls - especially the monarch wings - so lovely! inspires a (much needed) feeling of spring :) (forgot to sign in before I commented previously!)

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  5. So delightful! You are a woman of many, many talents. :)

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  6. You are so very talented ~ how do you manage the time, let alone the energy?! (actually, I think I know the answer to this, as creating always recharges my soul!) Have a great weekend! ~ paula

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  7. I really love the monarch winged doll. I'm a little bit obsessed with monarch butterflies.

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  8. I love your fairies. They are so lifelike (at least like the life inside my dreams.). Your details are fantastic. What are the wings made of?

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    1. Hi, Amy,

      They're made of 100% wool felt. I hope to do a little tutorial on these next week if I find the time, so check back! Thanks for your kind words!

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  9. Love the header, babe! And the wing - mucho fun.

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  10. So sweet....the monarch is especially wonderful. The colors and details are perfect.

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  11. Gasp! You made a luna moth! I LOVE her. She is utterly bewitching. Full of mystery and magic. And the detail in your monarch lady? Exquisite.

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