Wood painting

Working on kokeshi dolls – turned by my awesome Uncle. About to sand out the nose on the front one and try something a little less clunky. School’s back today so it’s back to sewing rabbits. Stay tuned.

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13 Responses

  1. Meg says:

    Aren’t they beautiful!

  2. That looks like so much fun!I am really looking forward to some creating on my own now that the term has started again.

  3. Frogdancer says:

    They look FANTASTIC!!!(Sorry for yelling at you, but I’m all enthused about them.)

  4. Kirsty says:

    Oh Claire…I love these. Just absolutely beautiful.

  5. stacy says:

    Oh my gosh. I love kokeshi dolls soooo much. I’m so excited to see you (one of my favorite crafties) working on these!!! I really need to get my dad to turn out some dolls in his woodshop. Especially if this first baby is a girl. Thanks for this post!

  6. Nanette says:

    oh, oh, OH!They are fabulous, I want them so!

  7. blueribbon says:

    These are absoloutly whimsically lovely. The wood looks great doesn’t it – the grain adds a great other dimension/texture under your lovely painting.

  8. Emjie says:

    These are really cool. I particularly like the hands. Nice job.

  9. fat mum slim says:

    I love them. I like the front one as it is, but as you’re super talented I know you’ll make it even more beautiful. x

  10. victoria says:

    I know I shouldn’t sound surprised as it is your trade, but my gosh your hand is steady! I love them too.

  11. kirsten says:

    i love the hands on the one on the left. 🙂

  12. sam says:

    Wow, this is certainly one of the most innovative Craft Ideas I’ve seen! How did you carve the wood?

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