Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Introducing ~ Doll Face

I hope you enjoyed the Folk Fabrique recap yesterday.. 
today I'm introducing the well awaited 
Doll Face Stamp Set

Now this new set was in fact a customer request from the lovely Dorothy, but I've added my own design elements and vision. It's called Doll Face, it includes all the parts to build up a doll face whether you're stamping on fabric, canvas or cardstock. Just imagine the fun you can have creating actual dolls, mixed media art, there are iris', pupils', open eyes, closed eyes and even freckles with 31 stamps to use you can be sure of creating a perfect face.

The Details:
  • Doll Face will be available for purchase on Fri 8th August.
  • The set will retail for £9.00
  • Doll Face contains a total of 31 images, there there are iris', pupils', open eyes, closed eyes, the white of the eye, lips, hearts and even freckles. The images are all separate for more stamping variations.
Now onto some samples...

Inspired by the amazing Art cloth dolls around, it just captures that inner girl, who loved her doll.



Dorothy ask me at the NEC show if I could make a doll face stamp set so here it is...
I had to create a video slideshow because there were way too many pictures to fill the post... I hope it shows how versatile and fun this stamp set is, you can stamp on anything...


I have a lot of work to do to get as good as those cloth doll artist's but I had to have a go, this is a rag doll as it's for a child so she's very floppy(no wire's etc)lol.
I used the stamps as demonstrated in the video. The hair... well I thought I would try my hand at needle felting, each piece of wool was shaped around a dowel, and each felted into her head. I even sewed her dress, top and under skirt.
She is still waiting for her angel wings, ninja suit and ugg boots, thought she would search through my drawers herself...  
And because they are both so super adorable...


Stamped on a card...
I paired the Doll face with oriental zen and created a very soft feminine look, using distress inks and pencils. The sentiment is from Just Because.

And for mixed media...



Please check out the amazing journal page Chris created using the Doll Face stamp set...
I tell you as soon as I saw this I just wanted to get inky and messy straight away, it's so very inspiring!

Thanks so much for stopping by today, I hope you are pleasantly inspired, do pop back tomorrow to see some character stamps.
Have a wonderfully creative day
BiG HuGs Kim xxx





2 comments:

  1. Awesome... awesome - I love the way you have done it. Thanks for sharing
    Kind regards
    Mariane
    http://cordes.re/blg/wind/?p=1402

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  2. I LOVE what you did and can do with this set, Kim!!! You are amazing!! Thank you for the great slideshow full of tips, it makes me want to try! BIG hugs Delphine xx

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Enjoy a wonderfully creative day!
HuGs Kim