Snow Queen for flat paper-doll swap finished

Besides a big case of indecision, I had a glue emergency, events I had to attend, not to mention loosing things in a big clean up. I also had a sudden urge to emboss copper, which I thought I was going to use on this piece.

The dress is a flocked large snow flake pattern, and the "fur" is embossed card-stock. The inset in her dress is colored pencil and marker on sanded shrink plastic. The wings are embossed frosted vellum.

The inspiration for this paper doll was Russian Fairy tale folk art painting, and the cold days we had in Jan/Feb.

I also did the Ice Queen Trading Card Swap:

She fits into her own ATC holder. I haven't figured out how to make it fit into a trading card sleeve.


Sharlene said…
I love the use of the beaded jewelry and the embossed paper. I've tried out shrink film before but it was a fizzer for me. But yours looks great.

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