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4 Oct 2017
Over the last year or so, you may have spotted the reverse paper dolls I’ve been making in my studio on a Making Friday. Just for fun, I’ve been drawing a person, then cutting out an item of their clothing to hold over a patterned background, inventing new outfits for them. It’s fun seeing how different surfaces translate into outfits at this scale.
We liked these little buddies so much, we decided to make them into imaginary friends – the Cool Mom, the Design Guy, the Best Friend, the Weekend Chef – each with a colour-themed Skinny laMinx wishlist from our 2017 Gift Guide.
Keep an eye out for the #SkinnylaminxWISHLIST tag on our Instagram and Pinterest feeds to see what each of them want to see in their stocking this year. We hope it’ll give you plenty of ideas for your shopping list too.
I made a couple of magnets this weekend. The cute little girl magnet holding up my yoga schedule is not mine but isn’t she just adorable? Found at Journey on Long Street. This one I’m in love with. I stuck cork paper (thanks, Jesse) to an adhesive-backed magnetic sheet and cut through with my NT …
More cork magnets. I tried one using maple wood veneer yesterday, but it was really hard to cut through and the lines ended up looking clumsy. It’s great having a bit of time on my hands, for a change. I feel that for ages I’ve been recycling old ideas, squeezing the last drops out of …
Here’s another fridge magnet, cut with my NT cutter from a magnetic sheet. This took a while to make, cos it’s quite big. It feels delicate when you hold it, but I think it’s fairly tough. After making this one, I cut off a lot of the leaves in an attempt to have a minimum …