JUNE MEMBER BLOG HOP
Alter A Found Object
"No cards or scrapbook pages allowed, your item must be 3-D and must have started out as something you found at a thrift store, on the side of the road, in the back of your closet, etc. Show us how you can truly change up that ugly old lamp, or re-cover that forgotten recipe book, the possibilities are endless! Also, don't forget the S&S rule that is has to be stamped somewhere (digi stamps are fine) – we love when you use Smeared Ink stamps, but it is NOT a requirement."
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Shoni aka Crafty Inknik - YOU ARE HERE
Shoni aka Crafty Inknik - YOU ARE HERE
I will also be entering this project at A Step In The Dark, the new Challenge #3 - Anything Goes.
I hope you have been enjoying the hop. You should have arrived from Teresa and up next is Dominike. Please leave your comments for all members and let us know what you think of how our projects turned out.
I did find this wonderful Raggedy Ann doll in the thrift store for $3. When I saw this I knew at once I wanted to try to put on the face from the digi image Angry Annie by Rick St. Dennis. More details below on how this sweet innocent doll turned into a murderous miss.
Angry Annie by Rick St. Dennis, was cropped to just the face. Printed onto Very Vanilla card stock. Markers and Blendabilities (new SU! alcohol markers) to color in. Face was then fussy cut and and sewed onto doll face.
Crystal Effects on eyes and teeth.
I took off dress, cut off apron and lace collar.
Dress was turned inside out and apron to the back side. Each was spritzed with homemade spritz and Maya Red Mist spritz. Lace collar was also spritzed with homemade mixture.
Dress was cut and torn along bottom.
Hand sewed dyed collar back onto dress.
Replaced finished clothes.
Used black Sharpie to write "A + A = 4evr" inside heart on apron.
Button eyes were cut off from head.
Cherry Cobbler marker and water for blood stains on legs and arms. Also used on shoe laces.
Hand sewed black stitches just above hand.
Stamp that says "Poison" from set called Piece of Poison (retired SU!), stamped with Black StazOn on upper arm.
Knife handle in apron is broken and does not have a blade.
All materials used are current Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted.
BLOODY HELL! that is so freaky, love but want to shut the coffin lid on it too! EEReplyDelete
Absolutely terrifying - but so much fun. Love this just because it is so original - well done you xReplyDelete
Eeeekkk!!! A new girlfriend for Chucky! When I scrolled down from that sweet little rag doll and saw what was waiting..... oh boy, is she in a strop! Great idea, great project.ReplyDelete
ACK! That scared me! Great job! I may not be able to sleep tonight however!ReplyDelete
Fantastic transformation from cute doll to awesome scary doll! =)ReplyDelete
That is just perfect!! Such a transformation - such imagination! Just fab!!ReplyDelete
Wow that is a transformation, have to say really love the new look.. from cute to scary a fabulous project.ReplyDelete
Hugs Erin x
Shoni, this is awesome! made me giggle :) xxReplyDelete
What can I say Shoni? I adore this doll.... love her to bits. You always amaze and inspire me.... I am so pleased that you're on the smeared ink DT.... and that you did this members hop, it wouldnt be the same without you. BDxReplyDelete
Awesome imaginative transformation! And you always give great details!ReplyDelete
Oh my word! Brilliant transformation! Love it!!ReplyDelete
A true transformation. So funny.ReplyDelete
ROTFL ! I couldn't imagine you would alter it this way ! she is really scary ! great piece !!ReplyDelete
Thanks for entering this project into our challenge at A Step In The Dark - good luck xReplyDelete
EEEEkkkkk awesome transformation here..Chuckys buddy? Thank you for joining us at A Step In The Dark ChallengesReplyDelete
This is completely amazing Shoni!!!!! Just incredible. Thank you for the instructions. It is SOOOOOO freako! I would love to try this in one of my DT times. May I? xoxReplyDelete