I think she is adorable but I have always loved dolls no matter what they look like!! I think her name could be "Maggie".... For some reason I have always loved that name....Love,Marilynxxoo
I think she is lovely and you are so creative:)Hugs Darcy
She is simply charming! How about the name La-dee-dah (a phrase for singing, humming, mumbling etc. to show joyful innocence)? It might possibly suit her to a tee!
I think you did a wonderful job! She's adorable!yf,shell
I think your doll is very sweet Mary.....blessings
Hard to believe this is your first , she is perfect and so cute!Great job!HugsPatti
this is pretty cool. I'm going to try it with the kids.t hanks. Sarah
I think she couldn't be cuter!!!!How about Olivia?Amy
What a cute little doll~you are very talented...her face reminds me of some movie star celebrity but cannot think of her name...Judy
She is Lovely, and she looks like Georgette from the old Mary Tyler Moore show.Soft blonde hair,sweet feminine dress and an angelic smile:)
Well I think she is darling. I love that she is made from egg cartons. I LOVE her hanky dress. Amazing little creation.hugs
oh my gosh, just stumbled across your blog. such great stuff! this doll is adorable! maybe i'd call her Muffin. lol i want to try to make one. how much water and glue? what kind of wire did you use? oh she is cute as a button!Rachel
Question from Rachel: how much water and glue? what kind of wire did you use? Answer: I added enough water & glue to make it plyable it kinda feels like lumply clay.. a little water & more added glue each time. I use green floral wire size 24. I think even the longer plastic covered twist from bread bags would work! Hope this helps ~Mary~ :-}
Oh Mary:I LOVE her so much!!!Belle Marie as she reminds me of a French doll.The pouty lips; the blond disarrayed hair and the little fleurs ornament in her hair : )You are so IT!!!Like a French Bellapeace & hugscarole
You did a GREAT job with the doll, Mary--she's adorable! You are so creative!
I personally think she is adorable. She would proudly sit upon a special shelf with maybe a book in her lap. Lovely work! hugs. Tamy
Wow! What a sweet doll, I can't believe she was made from cardboard. Lovely!Blessings!Gwen
She is enchanting, i love the sweet face, you did a really good job!!!Hugs,Margaret B
Hi! Amazing what can be made out of egg cartons - that's too cool. You did a great job on your first try! The name that came to me was Flora. Who knows why?I'm going to sign up as a follower. Come see me and I'd be delighted if you'd follow me also...Cynthia K. (Beauty and Blessings)
What a beautiful doll.I love to recycle.Excellent teaching this activity to my girl.
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