Decoupage Mannequins

March 11th, 2011 in member junk     
LisaLoria LisaLoria, member
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These girls have long since been made and sold, but thought I'd share them with y'all for some ideas.

One is your standard adjustable mannequin that the icky fabric was stripped from.  Using Vintage French Fashion illustrations, she was decoupaged.  Vintage Millinery added to her neck.

The V shaped one was so cool.  Pop art fiberglass that was cracked and damaged.  Also covered in vintage and new papers.

Helpful hint:  Photocopy your originals and use google search for fun images as well.

Have fun and be FEARLESS with your creativity!

Pattern or design used: My own design - Lisa Loria
posted in: member junk, vintage, artwork, white, black, chic, green, modern, table, brown, red, cream, pink, turquoise, beige, european, mannequin, sheet music, 20s, fuchsia, vintage dress form, 30s, french fashion, mod

Comments (3)

PiperAta writes: Love it! Posted: 8:54 pm on June 27th
junkermidge writes: Both very cool. I really like that decoupaging.
Midge Posted: 3:34 pm on March 19th
VintageReVisited writes: Very nice! Did something similar to a vintage standing dress form myself last year and it proved to be very popular. This is a great look! Posted: 7:24 pm on March 12th
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