AKA, my homegirl, Monica............
Monica was the brainchild of this wonderful project. I humbly asked if I can contribute, and thankfully she accepted. In fact, I believe over 150 art squares have been donated! See these links for further info. (Trust me, this project is as beautiful as it is inspiring)
- what is "the pink artist"?
- About the charity
- PINK ARTIST Button
- Pink Artist parade of squares 1
- Pink Artist parade of squares 2
- Pink Artist parade of squares 3
On to the building of the doll...............
There she was smiling up at me,
with those pink lips and light brown eyelashes,
and curvy eyebrows.
Now, that's a Kool-aid smile!
I'd like to tell you that all squares are now
stitched to our dolls skirt, but I was just 12 shy
when making this post. In just a few minutes I'll
update our parade of squares, page 3 to include
two more artists squares making that the
last 12 squares to go on the doll.
My goal is to have our doll completed by April 1.
Please excuse the lighting in the photos.
Most often the images were taken
around midnight and by myself.
I am sooooo not a photographer.
Also, THANK YOU to Donna O'Brien of the blog,
for mailing in this exquisite donation
From here my next post won't be until next Monday
as I have to play catch-up, but I am officially back online,
checking emails and keeping in touch with YOU!
Next post WILL be more progress made on our doll
wso be sure to check back in March 24. w
-Thanks again & again for your support & participation-
May this doll leave your heart filled with JOY
and a smile in your every step,
HAVE A BLESSED DAY
wait, there is more............. here is a link to part two, where the doll's face, hair and limbs are formed.
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