Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Leaky Shed Julie Nuttig dolls at the Flying Unicorn!


I seriously love these Julie Nuttig chipboard dolls from Leaky Shed Studios and they are available at the Flying Unicorn store.!!  This one is named Classy and she is 4", just perfect for adding to your tags and cards.  

I've used Graphic 45 Typography collection to make the tag.  This collection is so perfect for card and tag making, there are so many great graphics perfect for fussy cutting!  The Flying Unicorn store carries most of Graphic 45's available collections so check it out!


Below is a small flower corner chipboard design from Leaky Shed Studio.  I have covered it with Stampendous aged black embossing enamel.



 Supplies:
Patterned paper:  G45 Typography collection:  black dot -Inscribe 4500770 , green patterned - Celebrate 4500768 , red stripe - Create 4500769, Write your story cut apart - Imagine 4500773 , small cut apart - Dream 4500771, Typography stickers 4500777, Typography chipboard 4500778
Chipboard: Leaky Shed Studio Julie Nuttig doll 1205-01 and Flower Corner small 362s - 
Embossing powder:  Stampendous aged black embossing enamel 
Diecuts and punches:  Spellbinders Bella Rose misted with Lindy's Gator Gumbo Olive
Flowers:   handmade, Prima SIIP 530815 and SIIS 530976 flower centers
Ink:  Distress Black soot
Paint - Luminarte Sand Dollar, Shimmerz coffee, Smooch green and Nautical Navy
Other:  May Arts green ribbons, Spare parts burlap ribbon

Next up is Holly on a tag done with Graphic 45 Twelve Days of Christmas (my favorite Christmas collection this season!)  She is 4" tall (also available in 8") and she's dressed for a Christmas ball!  Her gown is paper pieced and her hair and skin are painted with watercolors.  Rather than cutting individual pieces for the folds in the green part of her gown, I used a colored pencil to shade in the fabric folds.  

The little frame behind Holly is a Spellbinder's diecut piece.  I sprinked a little aged gold embossing enamel around the edge of the frame and heat embossed it. I used some Petaloo mini red poinsettias to complete the look.

 One thing I really love is the little holly sprig at her waist, that is a separate piece of chipboard and so it stands out quite nicely, love it!



Supplies:

Graphic 45 Twelve Days of Christmas
Petaloo Mini Poinsettieas
May Arts Ribbon
Stampendous Aged Gold Embossing Enamel
Prima Julie Nuttig tag

Here's a shabby little tag featuring a 4" Classy Julie Nuttig doll, (also available in 8").   I used STudio 75 papers for this tag that came in the November Flying Unicorn kit.  This time I painted the chipboard with Cladia Hellmuth acrylic paints.  I added a piece of beaded white lace to accessorize her dress.  Again I used Spellbinder's diecuts to accent my doll.



After I painted her with acrylics, I painted embossing ink on her dress and embossed with clear embossing powder.  It gives her dress a nice sheen, like a soft silky fabric.  The sash is a separate piece of chipboard so it was easy to color a different color and then glue to the main body of the doll.


Supplies:

Leaky Shed Studio Classy Julie Nuttig doll 4"
Studio 75 Rosalie in the Garden paper collection
Prima Shabby Chic Resin Treasures
Prima wood butterfly
Claudia Hellmuth acrylic paint
Hobby Lobby lace - around the tag
May Arts ribbon


Aren't these dolls just the cutest?  The 4" dolls are really perfect for embellishing a card or tag.    Stop by the Leaky Shed Studio blog to see more of these awesome Julie Nuttig dolls, we'll be featuring them there all week.

Thanks for stopping by!








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