Altered Frozen Charlotte Dolls

Feb 18, 2013

It is so nice seeing how others use my “Handmade Frozen Charlotte Dolls“. Some leave them as is when placing them in their projects and some alter them with paint or alcohol ink. I thought I would share with you two artists who have created some pretty unique items with their Frozen Charlotte Dolls.

First up is Julie Smith Campbell, her blog A Vintage Chic is filled with loads of creative vintage eye candy. While on Pinterest, I stumbled upon Julie’s adorable altered locket, shown below, using one of the heads of my handmade Frozen Charlotte Dolls. You can read about her Sweet Charlottes and view some of her other beautiful creations on her web site here.

Julie Smith Campbell

Julie Smith Campbell

Next are two pieces created by Sonia Hernandez Doneghue. Sonia has a really unique style that I always find so intriguing. I have the pleasure of getting to chat with Sonia off and on when I visit The Crafty Scrapper. You can read a tutorial on how Sonia created her beautiful canvas below using one of my handmade Frozen Charlotte Dolls on The Crafty Scrapper Blog. I really like the alcohol ink colors she used for this piece and will be using this combo in future art pieces. To see more of Sonia’s beautiful artwork check out her blog Ms. Ruin’s Playthings. You will certainly be inspired.

Sonia Hernandez Doneghue

Sonia Hernandez Doneghue

Sonia also created this pendant using another of my Frozen Charlotte Dolls. She covered it with Gold alcohol ink and plans on glazing it with Diamond Glaze to keep it from scuffing. I love how the alcohol ink dripped around her eye as though she is crying. There is something very intriguing about this piece. I really like it and think I’m going to attempt to make one like her.

Sonia Hernandez Doneghue

If you have created items using some of my “Handmade Frozen Charlotte Dolls” please send me some photos. I would love to see your creations.


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