Monday, July 23, 2018

KOI FISH AND CAGE DOLLS

I've been so busy lately, I am just getting around to posting some of the things I have been working on.

I acquired this handmade, rather long.. bread bowl years ago and never really used it. After seeing some of Maria Pace Wynter's Koi fish, I knew exactly what I was going to do with. Now, it makes a faux lovely Koi Pond and fabulous table center piece. 









The other project I finished was a Cage Doll using the Mini Santos in the Relics and Artifacts Collection from Sandra Evertson. I attached her to a wire bell cage and used apoxie sculpt to put her body and wings together and make her as one with the wire Cage. She is rather an artsy Cage Doll but I really like how she turned out. Her crown is a Mexican Centavos and the base of her cage is one of the vintage clock faces from some of the vintage clocks that I took apart to use for other projects.







I am honored to say she is already sold. I do have my latest shrine just listed today in my Etsy shop. So, I hope Summer is being good to you and you are finding some time to create and enjoy some things that you love!

Stay cool and Happy Creating.
Kim











4 comments:

  1. You paint SO well and that koi platter is magical. Of course, the caged doll is something I have always wanted to make, and yours is not just gorgeous, it is jaw dropping incredibly beautiful.

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  2. Omgosh im!! You KNOW I love your Koi bread bowl and I just have to tell you how gorgeous your cage doll is! She is fabulous! Did you include the hanging heart with Our Lady of Guadalupe? How special this doll is!
    hugs & love to you! Jackie xx

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  3. I love your dish and your cage doll!!! You are so artistic it just amazes me!

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