Sunday, January 13, 2008

Paper Dolls Video







Wouldn't you love to live in a paper world?

These 2 can be at my ebay shop.

14 comments:

kelly said...

Tascha I love the dolls you made, they are so sweet.
I bought all the supplies needed for paper dolls this weekend. Your video is such perfect timing.
I look forward to more of your work.

suze said...

Beautiful video! The paper dolls are adorable.
suze:)

tascha said...

Thanks so much you guys!
Kelly, I look forward to seeing your paper dollies :)
Hugs!

Anonymous said...

Ohhhh. Which pop-up book is that???!!

The dolls are so SWEET.

I don't have a blogger account yet, but am reading and will check back for reply. :)

damla said...

spectacular:))) sweet..., imaginary...,........ what can ı say!!!! so sweet.

LuLu said...

Bonjour Tascha! Your paper dolls are lovely. In France, these paper or cardboard jointed dolls are call 'marionnettes', like the string ones.

You are SO productive, you amaze me!!! Do you ever take vacations?

Tell me, tell me, will you be participating in my YEAR OF THE RAT ART EVENT CONTEST? It would be so great to count you as a participant! Have a great week! LuLu

annas dreams blog said...

Hi Tascha: Wowww I love your paper dolls a lot, they are soooo sweet. They are incredible. Congratulations. Lillian.

tascha said...

Thank you all so much for your sweet comments! It means so much to me :)

Oh and Lulu! Of course I will be a part of your art show! WOO HOO! Rats!

The book I show in the video is called "How to find flower fairies" by Cicely Mary Barker. It is so cool! My mom got it for me for Christmas.

Have a super week!
Off to the post office I go :P

michelle said...

I want to live in that particular paper world! Lovely dolls and video!

ZanyMayd said...

Tascha, I am So Happy to have found Your Blog & then Your Wonderful ~ Creative You Tube Shows..... Your Art is Amazing....
I did have a question on the wire wrapping Jewelry Video, How do I know what type of Wire to use, I hear, Half Hard, Hard, Soft, What is the difference, or What is Durable to use & Hold Shape ? ! ?
any ideas of where to look or read to find out, would be so appreciated!
Keep Up the Great Work ~ Thanks for Sharing....
Cheryl

tascha said...

Hi cheryl,
The kind of sterling silver wire I use for all my jewelry is "half hard".
It holds it's shape and is easy to work with.
Thanks for your encouragement!

LuLu said...

Bonjour Tascha! Just wanted to let you know that I have been working on a couple of cupcakes paintings too. Strange how artists'ideas connect sometimes... I sketched these during Christmas vacations, standing in front of plate of cupcakes I had made for the kids... Your paintings are all lovely, Tascha, getting better and better... Take care, LuLu

Deirdra Doan said...

Tascha, it is great seeing your video vlogs. It is fun to see your progression from the first one. Wonderful! I am looking forward to doing my own someday soon. I made one with my MacBook Pro on tokbox.

If you go to my husbands music www.myspace.com/jdharpguitar I did the video about St. Patrick in Ireland. But that was outside and lighting was easy with amazing landscapes. But putting myself on video, with lighting and my art...well now one becomes an actress...different animal.

Loving your work!!!

ViLmuS said...

Beautiful video! IS adorable.

KISSES!!