Saturday, January 12, 2013

Whimsy Toothfairy Doll

I was feeling very creative and inspired today, so I decided to finish up a clay doll I started a while back.   My goal was to use the stuff I had around my craft room.  I dug through my ribbons and fabrics and found some fun accents to give her a great, bright personality.

She is a Toothfairy doll which can hang on a door knob or bed post.

Oh...and her wings are silk flower pedals folded in half.

I added ribbons in her hair and on her dress and an antique buckle around her waist.  
Her skirt is pink shimmery tulle and I used white doll hair and sprinkled it with 
glitter to give it a magical look.  
She holds her little tooth purse so the Toothfairy knows exactly where to look.

Linked up on:

We Made That


  1. WOW Jen she is beautiful! And you did that with stuff you just had laying around. You are very talented! Thanks so much for sharing on We Made That!

    1. Thanks! I love how she turned out too!
      Jen @ Through My Creative Mind

  2. Such a sweet idea! I love her big eyes! And wings from pink flowers... adorable! Thanks so much for joining us 'in the studio' this week! :)

    1. Thanks Jennifer for hosting!
      Jen @ Through My Creative Mind

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    1. Thank you Kathy,

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  4. Very cool idea - fun and whimisical!
    Thanks for linking up to the Creative Inspirations Party!
    Stacey at Embracing Change


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