Day 7 of 31 Days of Halloween

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Today I've made my very first ribbon doll. I found the image {here} and then cut it out.  I added some black paper rosees, bling and stickles.  

Then I punched 3 holes in the bottom of the image and carefully threaded some fibers and ribbons.  

To finish off I added some black tulle - this helped to cover the tops of the knotted ribbon and created some shape to the dolls dress.

I still haven't dressed my table for Halloween yet, so I had to take the photo outside in the portico.  I used my metal dress figure to hold my doll.  I used a clasp and chain from another project to hang the ribbon doll.

Here's a close up of the details.  I tied a small ribbon to her wrist and added black gems to her gloves and necklace.  This was a nice quick project to make after I finished my last assignment for the term!  It's holidays and tons of Halloween fun now for 3 weeks!

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Cynthia Xavier said...

Love your doll, it has a lot of detail. Great home decor.

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

A spooktacular ribbon dolly!

Mary Holshouser said...

Very pretty lady. She belongs on the dress form.
the added embellishments really enhance her.
thanks for sharing.

Susan Renshaw said...

Elegant! Must try a ribbon doll!

Viki Banaszak said...

She is so pretty! I'll have to make one.

Rebecca Yahrling said...

This is really nice, love it!

Amanda Phillips said...

We should get a swap up for these..I love her!

Nan Bourdeu said...

She is so wicked awesome! I have to give this one a go! Wouldn't a swap be fantastic of these? All the different ways they would be made! Makes my head spin! Love love this, Sarah! xx