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Dover, Arkansas, United States
Visit my official website: Paula's Doll House Hi, I'm Paula McGee, lazy daydreamer, owner & chief dollmaker here at the Doll House. I started designing my own dolls in 1998. I've done all sorts of handicrafts and arts in my time but once I began designing "dolls" I never turned back because any craft or art skill can be used in dollmaking artwork. I've been married to my best friend for 5 years this year and together we have 6 children and 2 grandchildren. My handsome beast is a truck driver and I've just started going with him on the big rig. YES, I make my dolls and write my patterns while ON THE TRUCK... I love traveling. I love God. I love art and doll making. I love teaching what I know and meeting other artists. Love, Paula

Monday, June 08, 2015

Queen's of Art Celestial Moon Moma's Fiber Art Doll Workshop

 To Be held at the Shoppes at Fleece N Flax, 51 Spring Street, Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Call to Sign-up (479) 253-0711

When: June 27-28, 2015

$60.00 for the 2 day class. $20.00 kit fee. and the kits contain all the materials you need to complete one Fantasy Fiber Figure - Queen of Art or a Celestial Art Moon Mama (plenty of extra kits available for purchase after class too). everyone signed up for class gets their own pattern and instructions to take away home so you can make more art goddesses to fill your world and to give to others!

Kit materials:
Fabrics - tapestry, upholstery samples, velvets, duck, canvas, linen
lots of buttons...
lots of beads
lots of sparkle
Metal bits, tag, and Heart charm for the “hollow”
Paper for the crowns and felt for the wings - in Queen kits only
materials for the crescent moons and more beadies for the Moon Mama kits only
 some ribbon, some embroidery floss,

I will bring this stuff for you to use, but it’s mine, because I love you:
Acrylic spray sealer provided for everyones use
acrylic paint - white - for highlights
Stamping stuff and a couple of ink pads just for fun
distressing ink spritzers just for fun

 You need to bring:
Your sewing machine and basic doll making/ sewing/tool kit
Color Pencils (prismacolor preferred)
Fine tip artist markers in black and sepia
Stamping stuff and ink pads (optional)

 I want lots and lots of fun loving people to take this workshop and I’ll even take wander-in’s and let them use my sewing machine (gulp!). I’m sure there’s more that I’m forgetting at the moment.


BellaDonna loves to help style the photo shoots...
We all hope to see you soon and workshop together!!! Love, Paula

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