Monday, June 21, 2010

Spare Parts Monday

The most interesting piece on this doll is the skirt. I bought it for $.25 and was told it was part of a learning toy. Holding it in your hand, you can turn it under and it has a clear marble that stays in the center.
Tha base is large wooden candle holder. The trunk of the body is a thick cardboard cone from one of my kids projects. A plastic doll head, rusty head cone, a nut and a few metal found objects.


stregata said...

Dang internet - seems to have swallowed my comment!
Love this compilation - it is way cool!

barbara said...

What an interesting find. Looks like a huge skirt to me. It would have made a cool clown collar too. Hope you are feeling better.

Carla Trujillo said...

Thanks Renate and Barb!

In the Light of the Moon said...

I have had so much fun looking at all of your treasures.Wonderfully creative work!!Warmest Regards,Cat

mycuriousteaparty said...

Wow Carla

I love this piece, you are such a clever girl, the skirt is amazing, such ideas going on in your head and always brilliant how do you do it? Please send me some of your magic.

~ Julie

Carla Trujillo said...

Cat - thanks for stopping by!!

Julie - If only we lived closer, then we could share artistic magic with each other on a regular basis, because I sure would love some of your magic as well!! Your art dolls ROCK!
Sorry I missed out on your give away! Next time.

Lisa said...

love the elements in this art doll assemblage..what a magical piece!