Let us catch-up with Mimi.
In the month of May, Mimi took the time to help a sweet person celebrate her day, Betty. For Mimi, this was the perfect opportunity to dress up in her finest and don her straw boater.
Mimi has been in a creative mood of late. Since the arrival of Springtime, she has found herself searching through her wardrobe, looking for pieces to be titivated.A straw boater, which really had seen better days, was calling out for a little make-over, so, with a nose tickling feather and cluster of fabric flowers, Mimi brought some life back into an old favourite.
Of course, she was having so much fun she could not stop at brightening up only the boater. She could not resist snipping off the buttons from the bodice of her dress, instead replacing them with some rhinestone buttons. Now, this outfit would be most celebratory for when she greeted her friend. A sweet yellow primrose fabric flower to adorn the bow on the bodice and why stop there, what about some puffy lace to the sleeves.Gosh! Look at the time. Mimi grabs the book she bought for Betty, a beautiful edition of Little Women and a bouquet of delicately scented flowers from Mimi’s window box.Oops! I do get carried away with those paper dolls!!!
Mimi was made as an alternative to a birthday card for my dear Mum. I have been sharing the outcome of completed paper dolls with my Mum so thought it would be nice to finally make one for her.
The stamps are all Character Constructions and are available from HERE, shipping worldwide.If any of you are interested in the individual stamps I inked up to complete this paper doll, then please contact me and I can provide all the details. Eleven individual stamps in total, form Mimi, from head to toe.
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09 Jun 2016 14 Comments