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Primitive Annie Rag Doll Tutorial

This tutorial will walk you through every aspect of creating a basic Annie rag doll.  Complete with step-by-step instructions with pictures for each step, it includes a full-size Annie pattern and tips and tricks along the way.

 

*Note:  For more information on creating Annie's, check out the Facial Transferance Tutorial (below), Bits & Pieces, Annie Doll Designs e-book and Bits & Pieces, and Annie Hair Designs e-book on the E-book page.

 

To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facial Transference Tutorial

When I first started creating my Annie dolls, the face was always a part I dreaded doing.  I would put it off until every part of the Annie was complete and I had no choice but to finish her by creating her facial features.  However, that's when she truly takes shape and when her "character" and "personality" start to emerge.  Therefore, it's extremely important to get it right.

I consequently then created a method of creating an Annie's facial features that made creating her face so much simpler that now I can't wait to get to this point in the creating process.  This tutorial will help guide you through my own method with step-by-step instructions complete with pictures for each step.

 

*Note:  For more information on creating Annie's, check out the Primitive Annie Rag Doll Tutorial (above), Bits & Pieces, Annie Doll Designs e-book and Bits & Pieces, Annie Hair Designs on the E-book page.

To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.

 

 

 

Pretty in Pink Bunny Tutorial

Learn all the tips and tricks to make this adorable bunny.  Approximately 18 inches tall.

To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.

 

 

 

 

Lighted Sunflower Vase Tutorial

A string of white lights and some homemade sunflowers and you have a little night light that's truly one of a kind.  Great for any primitive home.

To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grubby Daisy Jar Tutorial

 

 

So-o-o messy and so-o-o fun.  You will love this tutorial.

To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.

 

  

 

 

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