When I was a little girl, I couldn't wait for my mom's monthly McCall's magazine to arrive. The moment she brought it in from the mailbox we flipped to the page of Betsy McCall paper dolls. Pretty Betsy–with her headbands and plaid dresses–was my fashion idol.
|Paper art collages by Jenny Cochran Lee.|
Once my mom had helped me carefully cut out Betsy and her new frocks, I played with them for hours and hours.
As a grown-up subscribing to Mary Engelbreit Home Companion, I was thrilled to find her Ann Estelle paper dolls in each issue. They brought back all those childhood memories, and proved to me you're never too old to play with paper dolls.
On July 11, Jenny Cochran Lee will show us how to make mixed-media paper dolls for paper art, collage and more.
In her live webinar, Paper Art Personalities, we'll be creating papers with paint, paper, fabric, and stitching; cutting pieces for the doll body parts, clothing, and accessories; and putting it all together in a unique collage or other mixed-media project.
Register now for this webinar, And as part of your purchase and registration, you will also automatically receive a copy of the webinar within 48 business hours that you can save to your computer to watch again and again. There's no need to worry about missing a minute in case you need to step away or can't make the live webinar event.
You will also receive a PDF of Jenny's templates for doll parts, clothing, and accessories.
If you ever loved playing with paper dolls, don't miss your chance to create a character with personality in this LIVE webinar July 11, 2013 at 11 AM Eastern Time!
P.S. Do you remember Betsy McCall or Ann Estelle? What about other types of paper dolls? Reminisce with me in the space below.