Here is how mine looked after the painting and glazing, before her arms were attached, her wings created, or her clothing put together.
Here is Teri's doll at the same point.
I believe this one is Kelly's. Some clever person figured out that our detail brushes fit into the openings for the arms, and that made it very easy to hold the dolls while painting and glazing.
We used bits of fabric, lace, hankies, ribbon, layer upon layer, to form the outfits.
Here is mine, followed by Teri's and Pat's.
Although we all started out with the same doll, the way we painted and dressed them gave each a distinct personality. We used plain old acrylic paints, and Joanna demoed her painting techniques, including how to paint the delicate roses on the bunny hat. Painting the details of the face took a steady hand and a tiny brush.
I added a few things and took more pictures when I got home.
And then, in my box of miniature items, I found the perfect place for my bunny girl to live.
I made a very girly, adorable doll! Who'd a thunk it?????