Sizzix Spoon Dolls; A Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge

Sunday, February 22, 2015


This week there's no rules at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.
No Rules. Just Create.
So I did!
Sometimes when I look at my supplies, I see something entirely different. This week, I saw Spoon Dolls. The little spoons were cut from the Sizzix Spoon & Mug die by Eileen Hull. So cute! I am completely in love with the dolls' sweet little stamped faces. 
The hair was made from a birthday set. It's true! And the party dresses are actually party HATS.
No rules, remember?
This was so much fun that I made two. :)


I drew on shoes with a black sharpie and it looks like she has thigh-gap, but trust me...she doesn't. These girls like CAKE just as much as I do!
Anything Goes! What will you create? Link your project to the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog and your project could win a $50 gift voucher to Simon Says Stamp.  We draw a new winner each week. Your project could also be chosen to be featured in our weekly designer spotlight.

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16 comments:

  1. I had forgotten about the spoon dolls and yours is just too cute! You are always coming up with something so clever and inspiring. Sweet design!

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  2. OMYGOSH!! Soooooooooo creative and FUN!! I loveeeeeeeeeee them!!!!!

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  3. HOw creative and absolutely adorable!!

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  4. These are just too cute! What a fun project for kids to do too, love it!

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  5. Oh my goodness! Spoon dolls!! How cute are these?? Thanks for thinking outside of the box for this no rules challenge... I love it!

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp

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  6. How adorable are these little spoon ladies? Too cute and they really took me back to some happy childhood memories. My mom is an amazing crafty lady and she used to make me dolls out of wooden beads for heads with pipe-cleaner bodies. Then she'd sew clothes for them. These spoons reminded me of those adorable dolls of my youth: such a wonderful whimsicality about them. I love how you are always thinking outside of the box...or should I say outside of the spoon in this case?

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  7. What a cute idea, very clever how you used the stamp,too. Love it Michelle x x x

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  8. ohhh, these are so cute!!! I remember my mom making real spoon dolls back in the '70s for craft sales! how fun. =)

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  9. Super cute! Love that you played with no rules! That's what art is about!

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  10. Oh... this is such an adorable project! Love it! :)

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  11. I would never have thought to use in this way this die!You did it! You are absolutely unique and original! Your piece is so cute and funny! BArbarayaya

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  12. These are absolutely darling ~ so, so cute and so adorable! You always come up with such original projects and this is fabulous! :)

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  13. Oh these are so cute!! It's true..Artists can see things normal people don't !:-)

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