VICTORIAN PENDANT – MIXED MEDIA DOLL STENCILS

Here I am again sharing another project made using the Altered Upcycling Mixed Media Doll Stencils. I am still finding new ways to use these stencils and am loving the way my projects are turning out. This next project would be perfect as a Christmas tree ornament, seeing as the holiday season is almost upon us and it is also a perfect piece to turn into a pendant. Read on to learn how to make this little beauty!

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What you will need:
1. Mixed Media Doll Stencils
2. Paper Scraps
3. Ribbon Scraps
4. Beads
5. Eyelet and Eyelet Setter
6. Glue
7. Scissors
8. Old Book Page
9. Black Scrap Card

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First of all I chose my doll dress and hairstyle. I cut out the doll dress parts, torso, head and Hair. I did not need the whole dress, arms or legs for this projects. I used scrap paper pieces to cut the dress parts and used old book pages to cut the head and torso. The hair was cut from black card scraps.

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Next up I put the pieces together to make the doll shown above. I used white glue to hold all the pieces together.

I cut away the bottom half of the body so that the dress top hid the entire body as shown. I also used my crop-a-dile to set an eyelet towards the top of my Victorian ladies head. I used some small pieces of trim and sequin lace to add bling to my pendant.5
Next up I made a small hole at the bottom of the doll and used some jump rings to add beads to the bottom. This really helped to finish the pendant. I added a jump ring to the top eyelet as well and threaded some ribbon through. Voila! All done!

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