Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Hoffman Doll Finished!

And I will be paying for Express shipping. Again.

This is "Emmaline." She's made of original Doesuede fabric (some that I'd hoarded a number of years ago.)  She's 16 inches tall. I used Skor tape to make the fabric beads that embellish her bodice and skirt hem.


9 comments:

Nancy Domaz said...

Just beautiful! The colors blend so well and her face and hair just delightful.

N. Domaz-

Romona said...

Deanna, What a pretty face. The whole doll is gorgeous. Never mind about the shipping cost, it's worth it when you look at her.;o))
Romona

Sue said...

Emmaline turned out stunningly beautiful. The warmth of her face expression is nicely contrasted by the vibrant blue of her bodice. Her outfit nicely displays the beauty and richness of the Hoffman fabric. The color of her hair adds a magical touch. She inspires me so much to keep practicing the doll making craft. Good luck!

Mary @ Colony Mountain Folk Art Dolls said...

So glad you made the deadline! She's a beauty...love that pretty face!

creativedawn said...

I too am happy to see you made the deadline...she is way too gorgeous not to have a place in the contest! She is a winner! I love her hair and boy you are just so creative in making those beads. Yes, she is a stunner!
hugz

The Stitch Fiddler said...

She's beautiful and her costume in lovely. Good luck on your entry.

Deanna Hogan said...

Thanks so much, everyone. It felt good to finally finish a doll (and Express shipping was only about $25!)

Lisa LaPierre MA said...

Hi Deanna your dolls are a work of art! I was wondering if you have a pattern or tutorial for the beautiful santa and sled? Thanks Lisa

Rivkah said...

She is marvelous, Deanna!