Sunny morning smile!

Ever since I saw Hero Art’s Russian Doll stamps I had this idea kicking around in my brain to make them into some sort of fabric doll. Finally had the chance the other day — yay! Here’s the front:


And here’s the back!


I plan to put her on my kitchen windowsill — can’t wait to see her sunny smile in the mornings.

This was so easy to do using Claudine Hellmuth’s Sticky Back Canvas — I love how you can stamp on it and not lose any of the little details.  Click on over to the Hero Club Blog for full materials + instructions.

Sunny morning smiles to you!

16 Replies to “Sunny morning smile!”

  1. She is the cutest!

    Love her!

  2. so darn fabulous!!!!!!

  3. She is so CUTE…..Loved both of your projects today!!

  4. Such a super idea Lisa, thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Kelly Rasmussen says:

    how adorable is this!?!  tie a string on the top and you’ve got a cute little christmas ornament too! :)

    1. Kelly, that’s a great idea!!! Gonna have to try it! :)

  6. Very cute and I’m sure it will make you smile when you look at it on your window sill, unless you are washing dishes.

  7. Love, love, love this doll! So cute!

  8. Lisa, love the stamping on fabric to create the dolls.  Fantastic execution!  You are so talented.  Thank you for visiting my blog!

  9. saw this on the hero blog and i just love it! soooo cute! :)

  10. Lisa, that fabric Russian little doll adorable :) I love the cards you’ve done with the nestabilities dies and have a question. With all the new releases just out if you were to pick one or two to use in your card making which ones would you go for/use the most? I have Labels 1, large circles and large classic scalloped circles and would love to add another couple of the new sets but just can’t make up my mind. TIA

    1. Hi Chantille, you’ve got my favorites right there! I’d have to go with the scalloped squares, Labels 2, scalloped rectangle, and curved rectangle. I like to make mini cards with the rectangle ones — put the die so that it is a little past the fold — fun!

  11. Oh this is super duper adorable, Lisa!! I’m not a sewing girl, but I might need to give this one a try!! My daughters would love it! :) Your work is always inspiring!

  12. Awe, I want one!

  13. great idea, absolutely gorgeous !!!!

  14. Loved your site!
    The works are beautiful and very creative. Congratulations!
    I would invite you to visit my blog:
    You’re from Texas? I know Houston.
    Kisses, Elisa (Brazil)

Comments are closed.