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Sunday, February 01, 2009

Paper Girls

One is looking out the window.


That's it. That's what I did today. I made paper girls. She isn't new as I made some similar last year about this time. I'm showing these before sending off them off to The Crafty Scrapper in Waxahachie. I will be teaching a morning class in on April 11.
Hope you had a great weekend. Mine was so so.
Expect a great week.
Sharon

21 comments:

  1. Took a tour of your blog. I just your style. I love the colours..they are soft, cool and yet warms the soul.

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  2. OMGOSH! I love paper dolls and these are great! Especially the shoes. Too cute.

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  3. I remember these! I love the newer versions too. I think I'd be with the one looking out the window.

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  4. Your Paper Girls can come party with my Scrap Dollies anytime :-)

    I love the shoe.

    Darla

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  5. Oh so stylish!!!! They are such cuties.

    Carolyn

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  6. Hi Sharon, oh my goodness, I love your art!! I found you through an blog friend, Fannie Narte, as I was blog cruising.

    Would you mind answering a question for me? If you don't have time to explain I so understand! I admire Misty Mawn, Pam Carriker,DJ Petit and---you--and everyone seems to have this misty-like, whiteish overlay over the journal pages and finished paintings. Is it just a wash of white paint or gesso over the painted and collaged page? I love it---but I am not sure how to accomplish. Do you have any YouTube videos?? You should. Thanks, SHaron. Who's Nora?

    Martha Lever
    marthalever@gmail.com

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  7. Paper girls, is there no end to you creativity...Love em!
    Thank you for coming to visit...I hope you will follow Ruth, it has been a work of love.
    Big Hug, Mary

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  8. Paper girls, is there no end to you creativity...Love em!
    Thank you for coming to visit...I hope you will follow Ruth, it has been a work of love.
    Big Hug, Mary

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  9. I can hardly wait to touch and feel these!! oh, wait that almost sounds creepy. You know what I mean! I am very excited. I also already have a BOX full of stuff for the journal class :)

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  10. Gosh, Sharon....I love the girls!!!! And, those shoes! How cool are they? At five foot one, I would definitely be flying with shoes like that...and in my younger days...I would have tried them too, as I've always had a "shoe thing," though it has turned into a comfortable shoe thing! What great fun you are!!! Pat

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  11. These are so cool, as my grand-daughters would say. I must take a closer look and see if they could be adapted for one of our art activities next time they visit. Thanks. Ann from UK

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  12. Oh wow!!! These are so quirky and gorgeous. I remember those platforms from many years ago (and yes, they've made a resurgence).

    Have fun with your class!

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  13. What a GREAT project, Sharon! I didn't see these first time around..super cool! Love their wardrobe too. :)

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  14. What a fun class that will be!Yesterday I was looking at my "mini" paper girl that you made last year. She is up on the fan in the studio swirling around and watching me work.
    Hope you have a great week.

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  15. Sharon you know how much I love these paper dolls.
    They are so awesome.
    BEST WISHES FOR YOU CLASS.
    Hugs, Laura.

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  16. I just love these girls, Sharon!

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  17. Sharon, these dolls are so fine. I loved them last time and I still love them. . . especially their way cool shoes! Woohoo!
    Sally

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  18. Oh Sharon,
    I love these girls. I love colors, the stockings, the shoes, everything!
    You always make me smile.

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  19. Looking out the window is one of my favorite past times...I think it helps me when I get stuck for ideas or start dreaming of my next project!

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