| Category: Intermediate
| Doll Artist:
Sandy Whittley Profile
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| Description: Her
beginnings was a pattern by Pricilla Mcdonalad...with lots of changes....
- She has painted silver shoes
with a beaded buckle.
- Her dress, which you can't
really see, is also beaded at the neckline and sleeves.
- Her cape is beaded, has long
fringe and a lovely curly ostrich collar.
- She has a three-color
braided headband with a silver bead ornament.
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| The Critics: Im sure there was no doubt in
anyones mind that Colette was going to be a winner
spot-on period feel, the bee-sting lips and bedroom eyes.
The lovely fringed and
bejewelled cape, the clever effect of chevroning the front of the dress, which
carried the eyes down - past the l-o-n-g fringe to those exquisite shoes.
Was she wearing gloves Sandy? I
ask since the face fabric seems peachier than the armss, but the cape hides her
hands. I also couldnt tell if she was a pancake face doll or if she had a
Lovely Marcel-waved hair as well
(I can remember my Mum with hair like that!!) The ostrich feather collar also
adds to the overall look.
Would have been nice to have
seen a real close-up of her face in the little insert at the bottom right of
Congratulations on your win of
Best Embellishment it was well deserved!!
All critics are
by participant Sue Farmer if you want to learn what
makes she write them please read her article: Where Angels Fear to Tread !!