Monday, 1 June 2015

Peggy Dollies!

Hello lovely people!

I have been very busy with work etc and wanted to do some drawing and start a sketchbook.  I want to make up my ow characters and designs to make brooches and bags etc.  I thought that the dolls I make would be a good starting point.  I like drawing and am always doodling on scrap bits of paper at work and on my hand when I get bored.  So I came up with some doll designs and here they are :)  I have based them on friends and myself and I used coloured pencil to add a bit of depth and colour.

This is Dittery Dot.
She always has a bow or flower in her hair and loves to sew!

This is Kate.
Her hair is always in a plait and she loves to go out in the sunshine.

This is Wee Granny.
She loves her roses and the smell of lavender.

This is Lola-rose.
She loves to dress up and has a quiet, gentle nature.

This is Lou-lou.
She loves lace and buttons and baking is her favourite past-time.

Dittery Dot

Mini Crafts

Hello lovely people!

Over the past few weeks we have been doing mini crafts at craft club.  I worked with Year 1 and Year 2 this time and had a planned to do a different cradft each week to keep them interested and engaged.

Week One

The first week we learnt how to make 3D bird cages out of paper.  The children then decorated the bird inside and the cage.  I think they are all fantastic and look so individual. 

Week Two

In week Two we looked at superheroes and what would your super power be!  This was my hero - craft girl!  These were made from woodedn spoons with wee felt capes and wool, feathers and sequins to decorate.

Week Three

In week three we were using pasta to decorate small cardboard boxes and using the pasta to make repeating patterns onto butterfly drawings.

These are the finished boxes and they look wonderful!

Week Four

In week four we were looking at printing techniques and used old corks and bottle caps to create tree pictures.

After we did this we used cotton buds dipped in paint to dab around some stencils.  We then used a hairdryer to make sure the paint set correctly.

These are the finished pencil cases!  The children really took their time and created some lovely designs and patterns.

Dittery Dot