I made a small witch doll for the Decidedly Different Dolls (3D) group Halloween Swap. It turned out a tad bigger than required, so I decided to do a Halloween Giveaway on my blog.
This scary witch measures 5 inches from the tip of her hat to the tip of her toes. She's made on a wire armature and her head is a small vertebrae bone I found in the woods. Her broom is made with pine needles. She's ready to hang in a window, on a ceiling fan pull, or from your rearview mirror. She may look scary, but she's really a good witch and will be bringing some other Halloween goodies along to the winner.
TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY DRAWING: Simply leave a comment on this blog entry anytime between now and September 30. Please include your email so I can contact you for your mailing address. Or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The doll will be mailed to the drawing winner on or before Oct 3 - just in time for Halloween decorating.
Also, if you're not already a member, join us in the 3D yahoo! group. We're a new art doll group and we host regular art doll swaps and challenges - new projects every couple months. Right now you can sign up for our Halloween and Momiji doll swaps (4 inch dolls) or our Momiji or Day of the Dead challenges.
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