My Marie Doll

Last month, I shared the beautiful pouch and goodies I received
from my swap partner Terri to create a Marie half doll.

I was so excited to finally get started on her this week.

This was a project that was outside my comfort zone,
so it was a real challenge......but so much fun.

I loved working with the beautiful fabrics and trims that Terri sent me.

I've already started looking for another half doll for my next creation.

Have a wonderful weekend!


Lisa said...

Oh she is lovely!! Well Done! Enjoy her!
Hugs, Lisa

Lisa said...

Oh I forgot! My blog was hacked so I started a new one http://pupylovmemories.blogspot.com. Please stop by when you get a chance.
Hugs, Lisa

NanaDiana said...

Oh My Gosh, Debi- You did a phenomenal job on that! I love it from the lace skirt, to the fan pin to the beautiful bow in back. She is GORGEOUS! xo Diana

Claudia said...

You may have been out of your comfort zone, but I would never know it looking at the gorgeous final product. Beautiful, Debi!


JoAnne said...

She's beautiful Debi!!!!

Bobbi said...

OMGoodness Debi she's fabulous! Absolutely elegant and very charming! What a amazing job you did! I just love her, she's magnificent!
I wanted to tell you that I really love all of your work! You're a wonderful and very talented artist! I also enjoy your blog very much. I hope you have a wonderful day!
Hugs and many blessings...
Bobbi Ann

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

She is gorgeous...and if this was out of your comfort zone...you overcomed it wonderfully!

Terri Gordon said...

Hi Debi, Your doll is just gorgeous, I love how you painted her, so pretty and her dress is just amazing. You did a such a beautiful job with what I sent you. I want to make another too! They are fun! Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs, Terri

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Anonymous said...

Oh my wonder! She is incredible! You did a great job...it is soooooooo your comfort zone!!

Now I will always be on the lookout for half dolls.

Ciao Bella

Creative Carmelina

Hesta said...

Such pretties! Oh- I didn't know that about the Avocados! I would've thought that it would make a Green colored dye! haha!