Thursday, 1 February 2018

Kokeshi doll- recycled with tutorial


Hello friends,
I have always been fascinated by kokeshi dolls and wanted to make something similar. It calls for carved wooden pieces which I could not find nearby. But that did not deter me from my passion for it, so here's my take on kokeshi dolls.
I  have used old medicine bottle bottle as the base for it.


Below is the tutorial for the doll, so that you can also try your hands at making it for yourself. 
Materials required:
Medicine bottle-1
Shilpkar clay-1
Tissue paper (patterned)
Fevicol
Acrylic colors
Paint brushes
Ribbon


Method:
  1. Take an empty medicine bottle. Remove the label and thoroughly clean the adhesive part.
  2. Mix the two parts of the shilpkar clay. Stick a portion of it for the head part using fevicol. Shape the hair too. I have kept it simple.
  3. Allow it to dry completely.
  4. You can paint the clothes. Here, I have use patterned tissue and decoupaged it. It is my first try so it has not come out neatly. 
  5. Then paint the face and hair. Draw the eyes
  6. Cut out a piece of ribbon and stick around the middle so as to resemble the traditional attire- kimono.
  7. Leave it to dry. Your kokeshi doll is ready to be admired.

 We are entering into the below challenge

LTCCB #22 - May Anything Goes


We are linking it up with the Inspiration Spotlight Linkup Party
https://www.dearcreatives.com/inspiration-spotlight-linkup-party-303/

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Hope you like it,
Chandhini and Subhashini

3 comments:

  1. I love yuour creativity in making this doll from a medicine bottle. Thanks for sharing how you did it, too. We look forward to seeing more of your creations at Love To Craft!

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  2. Thanks for sharing your cute doll diy at the #inspirationspotlight party @DearCreatives Hope to see you again soon.

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  3. Super cute, and what a great use of an old bottle.

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