Sunday, June 8, 2008

Itty Bitty Izzy Doll Challenge





Finally, Eh?.......

Here is my Itty Bitty Izzy doll for our Coffee With Tea Doll Challenge on Ebay, which starts today, June 8th. I named my Izannah Walker inspired doll Sue Ellen, she measures 6.5 inches tall. She is made of cloth, paper clay, stuffing, acrylic paint, and varnish. Sue Ellens dress is made of an embroidered fabric in pastel colors, bloomers and an apron. All her clothing are removeable with a slip of a knot. She has applied thumbs and a stockinette. She does have sausage curls and painted on boots. It sure took me long enough but i actually made deadline for our challenge.

Many Dollie hugs to you,
She will be listed on Ebay tonight and please check out the wonderful dolls the other girls have too!!!



Thanks for stoppin' by,
Jackie
Plain-n-Simple!

10 comments:

Dixie Redmond said...

Beautiful job, Jackie. She would look so lovely sitting in the lap of one of her older sisters. :-)

Atticbabys said...

APPLIED THUMBS!!! How in the world??
You are amazing Jackie and so is Sue Ellen. Wonderful job as always, bravo!

Nan

Plain-n-Simple! said...

Oh Thank You so much Dix and nan!!!!!! And right back you both!!!! Nan, Applied @$*!% thumbs, alright, i wanted to pull my hair out!!!
Hugs,
J-O

Lone Pierette said...

Did you HAVE to make her sooo wonderful !!!!

Pond Creek Primitives said...

Oh, Jackie .... she's fantabulous !
Such fine, intricate detailing and workmanship in such a wee little dollie -- you are beyond AMAZING !
I love, love, love her! And your "final" decision on her clothing is just perfection!

Bee

Doreen said...

She's great Jackie..how on earth do you do these little gals....you amaze me!!!

Hugs,
Doreen

Plain-n-Simple! said...

Thank You girls, I am working on another 14 inch, I think the small ones are fun, but the dresses... not so much!!! : )
Hugs,
Jackie

New Republican said...

I just had to tell you how beautiful your little dollie is. What patience you must have, and all the girls that participated. Everyone did such a beautiful job on their dolls. Lovely little dress too, but oh that face.
Carole

Jennie said...

ooh She is wonderful/gorgeous/fantastic!! You are so clever!

Anonymous said...

signed to your rss