Saturday, February 4, 2012

Doll Dress Origami: I Actually MADE something I pinned on Pinterest!!!

My good friend and seasoned Pinterest pinner, Audra, told me this about Pinterest last night as I was lamenting the fact that I keep pinning and never creating:   "Pinterest newbies - pin, pin, pin, pin - repeat excessively. Pinterest regulars - pin, try something, pin, pin, try something, go about life, pin, try something..."

So, as my official graduating act, I am pleased to announce that I've actually MADE something that I saw pinned on Pinterest!  These little dresses were in a tutorial by Dreadlock Girl

I was commissioned to make a poster for our church to display pictures from a recent Women's Ministry event.  I had ideas forming in my mind all week long and, this afternoon, I began this (you can click the pictures to enlarge them):

Everything that's done with book pages is made from pages of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility.
I could just make those dolly dresses all day long!  How sweet!

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  1. I love that dress! How very sweet!!!! I just recently made something I pinned on pinterest for the first time too! Too much inpiration, not enough time to craft, right?? :o)

  2. Very cute :)
    I am gonna have to try that! So far I have avoided pinterest, I hear it is addictive...lol and I just don't have the time :0

  3. You did a lovely job! I love the colors.
    I'm a pinterest addict myself ;)


  4. Your blog is soooo refreshing. The little dresses are precious and sooo clever! Good job! Pinteres? What can I say...I am addicted like everyone who tries it! dix---


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