My blog candy is shown below and includes two Prima Doll stamps, one Prima Doll pad of tags, one Prima Doll Stencil and three tags, handmade by me. Included but not pictured is a 12 x 12 package of SU paper with small prints which is great for these dolls.
Links for all the participants in the blog will be listed below each week so you can find your way. We ask if you post a project on your blog or on Pinterest that you give credit to the blog that created it. Also here on my blog, scattered throughout the posts, are tips for working with these stamps, They will be printed in BOLD TYPE so that you can find them easily. Let's go! First my candy:
The Easter tag uses the following products: Fruit Punch Stickles on the headband, a paper doily and flat backed pearls, clear Rock Candy Glitter by Ranger, K&Co. egg stickers, brads, a vintage image from the internet (basket), bling from Recollections, two images from G45 Once Upon A Springtime collection and Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distress Ink. Instead of bare legs, I colored this doll as though she had white tights on. Don't all little girls wear white tights for Easter? Tip: Don't overlook substituting clothing on the bare body parts of the dolls. You can change the look by making sleeves, pants, tights, collars, hats, etc where there are none.
Primitive Seasons (Mary) http://primitiveseasons.blogspot.com/
A Mermaids Crafts (Lisa) http://indymermaid.blogspot.com/
Nellies Nest (Diane) http://www.nelliesnest.blogspot.com/
Mulberry Mindy (Mindy) http://www.mulberrymindy.blogspot.com/
Scrap For Joy (Joyce) http://scrapforjoy.blogspot.com/