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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Tabletop Dressform

Happy Wednesday! Hope you are doing ok! Thanks for stopping by to read my post. As you know I am redoing my sister's living room. I have been painting furniture like crazy this week for clients too!
Lot's of fun things going on and I am getting ready for a trip to the beach!! I can't wait!

Lot's of little projects getting done too. This one is so cute! I love dressforms and have been making them for awhile. I decided to create a tabletop one.





I love the whimsy of this look and how this could be changed up by add so many different embellishments.
It is so girly. It makes me feel like a little girl playing with dolls again. She was so much fun to dress too. The possibilities for different designs are endless. I will be selling these for sure. I have sold several forms in the past.


The size works for the top of a Table, Vanity or jewelry box! Love miniature anything!
That is why I fell in love with my friend's fairy garden too.

The weight of the base allows it to be a great paperweight. Keeps it sturdy.
I can't wait to create more styles and colors.

I think any little girl or girly girl of any age would love this!



I love when something from your childhood inspires you to create. Whether baby dolls, Barbies or paper dolls I love the idea of the way they would look after I dressed them in something special! The idea of making something for my dolls always kept me busy. I even made miniature furniture. My DIY start!!

Hope you enjoyed my little creation!

Have a wonderful day!

6 comments:

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Beautiful Deneen!
You did a wonderful job ~ love the embellishments!
Prim Blessings
Robin

Lesley said...

Cute! It looks super tiny and sweet. Nice photography btw. ;)

sissie said...

Hi Deneen,
This is so darn cute! I love mannequins and this one is so sweet. What a great idea and thanks for the inspiration.

hugs
Sissie

Little Miss Maggie said...

Very cute. I love the stand.

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Danni Baird @ Silo Hill Farm said...

Well that is just plain fun! Not to mention very cute and girlie! I was such a tomboy! I was terrible to my dolls and killed them off most of the time!