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June 13, 2009

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Sharon J.

What beautiful little paper dolls! I loved playing with them when I was little. I need to make some!

Silvia Haynes

Happy Birthday Pink Persimmon!!
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the challenge and the "Lottie" stamp set!! Here is the link to my doll. http://sillyscrap.blogspot.com/2009/06/pink-persimmon-paper-doll-challenge_19.html

Keelyyowler

I had such a great time with this challenge! I decided to add my paper dolls to a layout about me and my daughter. Thanks!
Keely
http://www.scrapbook.com/galleries/162425/view/2207531/-1/0/1.html

Lindsay Weirich

I don't think she looks naked at all, My mom is a doll maker and that is how the doll part look, she is fabulous! Here is my paper doll: http://thefrugalcrafter.wordpress.com/2009/06/17/life-is-a-cabaret-and-freebies/
I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to have that Lottie set! Thanks for looking!

Bree

wow I swore not to buy anymore stamps, but Lottie if fabulous.. I hope you create a whole line of these beauties... I would be the first to buy them all.

Love love love the one with the button card. Its absolutely brilliant!

Im totally inspired to create a dollie for you today so i can get my hands on the gorgeous Lottie

Pink Persimmon

Sheila's comment made me (Darcy) do a double take and I can now see where she gets a "risque" view of some of the Lottie designs above, but the original stamp design was modeled after the porcelain head of the jointed dolls and we think that most people who are familiar with this doll style will get the placement of the joints from a vintage style perspective. Lottie looks great covered in a dress too, so you can make that decision on how to use her "parts". Judi is going to make some designs with the shoulders tucked behind the body for you to see and compare. :)

We can't wait to see what type of dolls our readers come up with! Remember, any style, any theme, anything goes!

Sheila Smith

The swivel-joints on their chests make them look....uh.... naked...if you know what I mean.

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