My Whimcees

My Whimcees

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

WOYW? Wednesday Time!

Hello!

It's Wednesday and time for "What's On Your Workdesk" sharing. The work on my Mo Manning "Prudence" doll is continuing. The doll body and pumpkins were sanded and painted black, the head was sanded and the back of her puritan hat has been added to the head, green paint was added over the black paint on the base and then sandpapered to let the black show through.








Then the shoes were painted. Now I am waiting for the next lesson. This is the first time I have worked with the PaperClay in a long time and I am remembering how fun it is to sculpt with!

So now, go to the "Stamping Ground" blog at http://stamping-ground.blogspot.com/ to share what's on YOUR workdesk! So much fun to see the different work areas!


Thank you for visiting my blog today! I finally joined Facebook in order to take this class and I am enjoying it very much! So many interesting and creative people! Wishing you a happy day today! We have sun today here in the part of WI but it is cold!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

13 comments:

Lunch Lady Jan said...

That's so interesting to see the progress of the doll! You're obviously enjoying the procedure very much. I'm looking forward to seeing how she turns out :-)
Hugs, LLJ 21 xx

My name is Cindy said...

So cool to see it start to come together. Now, how far along will we be net week?! Thanks for your earlier visit, Cindy #63

Lizzie said...

This is so fascinating... I haven't seen paper clay before, but it looks nice to work with.
I'm off to look at previous "Prudence posts"!

BTW, thank you for dropping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment!

Lizzie

Neesie said...

Fascinating to see these dolls created. It looks like you're having lots of fun. Thanks for sharing.
Enjoy!
Neesie #51

April Story said...

I can't wait to see how your doll progresses. :-)
April #70

Shoshi said...

I've never heard of these dolls before, and it's fascinating to see how they are constructed. As LLJ says, you are obviously enjoying it immensely!

Thank you for your visit and your nice comment, and I'm glad you like my felt! Beatrice is doing a lot better since starting the new antibiotics, and she is eating well, which is a good sign - she's still very thin, though. We just wish we could get to the bottom of these infections once and for all but it's obviously a weak area for her.

Happy WOYWW,
Shoshi #42

StampinCarol said...

Fascinating to see the progress of your doll! This is all new to me. Thanks for popping by and happy WOYWW!
Carol N #58

Nikki C said...

Your doll parts look great so far can't wait to see the finished product when it's all done :) hugs Nikki 14

VonnyK said...

Your work is amazing, I've been going down your blog and what you do is just fabulous. I'm enjoying watching the progress with your doll and will be back to check out the next installments.
Have a great week,
Von #13

Diane Baker-Williams said...

I have not heard of these dolls before or that you can take classes via Facebook! I learned all kinds of things stopping by today. Looking forward to seeing the completed doll. Diane #80

Lisca Meijer said...

I found it fascinating to see how you put together your doll. Can't wait to see the finished product.
Sorry for being late commenting. I got as far as 68 yesterday. Today I hope to visit everybody.
Thank you for letting me have a peep of your workspace.
Have a good week
Lisca#32

Mrs A. said...

I have just popped in to see how your doll is progressing. I'm loving seeing your step by step progress. Temperatures have dropped like a stone here in UK over the last few days. We had a severe frost this morning. Hope you are keeping safe and warm.hugs Mrs A.

Rhonda Miller said...

Wow, this is looking great. I can't wait to see the finished doll.