Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Diva Challenge #196 - "All Dolled up"

This weeks Diva Challenge guest host is Emily Classon. We have been challenged to be Doll inspired in this weeks Tile.

Patterns: Trentwith, Fluke, Maze, Sand Swirl. Tile: 3 1/2 sq.



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22 comments:

  1. Simply gorgeous. :) What little girl wouldn't want this doll.

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  2. I loved this doll right up until I looked into her eyes. Erm, red eyes David? The drawing is, as always, extremely skillful. The choice of patterns is inspired. Those eyes? Just a little bit scary. Don't mess with THIS doll...

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  3. She is fabulous! I never mess with dolls, as Maggie warns above, but I am totally mesmerized by this little one! You have captured immense character here! Axxx

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  4. I really love this doll, David. And, I love the red button eyes. I have made many dolls, and button eyes are perfect. I should make one of muslin (with red button eyes, of course) and tangle her! Thanks for the idea :)

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  5. I like the doll, she looks so Mod. I think it's funny what people see. I saw sunglasses on the doll.

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  6. I didn't see the heart shape to the eyes right away (I definitely need a new eyeglass prescription), so my first thought was ---"That's a scary doll. I wonder if her head rotates." But, then I saw that her eyes are hearts and her heart is a flower and now I can just see her as charming. Your tangles are meticulous, as usual. :)

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  7. Cute! Love the button eyes!

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  8. Very cute, love the rosebud heart.

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  9. What a pretty little doll! It makes me wish I could ask santa for one like that. You did Maze beautifully and the touch of red really gives life to the doll and the tile as a whole while the aura lifts the doll off the tile. Great work David. Bravo!

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  10. That's a sweet little doll!

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  11. What a lovely doll David. The little red is just enough, and I love that you did it diagonally. Looks awesome.

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  12. She reminds me of the children's movie Matilda...her hairstyle is just like that! Very cute dolly, David! I love that tangle Trentwith and would like to use it in something sometime.

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  13. Love it! I have a rag doll in mind for this challenge. She is adorable!

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  14. very pretty doll = especially love her hair and apron.- well done

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  15. Oh wow, so cute! Beautiful tile, David. Great job :)

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  16. What a cute little doll is this! I think the eyes are very funny and I like them :-)

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  17. She's adorable. I love the hair and apron. Also nice idea to turn tile on the angle.

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  18. So cute - I love the apron skirt! I did mine before I looked at any others, and we must have been on the same wavelength with the 45 degree turned tile. Great minds... ��

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  19. Your little dolly is adorable, but looks as though she is full of mischief. Love the button eyes and the red heart. Beautifully tangled as always, David. Great work!

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  20. What a wonderful doll! I love the way you did the hair.

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  21. Beautiful tile. Love the background tangle with the tiniest swirls.
    The doll itself - very cute.

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  22. I love her! She's cute and odd all at the same time just like a real doll. Your pattern selection and shading are superb. She looks like she might jump off the tile and do something interesting. Thank you for playing with my challenge this week. :-)

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