She's all finished!
Here she is, posing
with her little feather fan.
All painted and pensive.
I'm seriously considering giving her a beauty spot.
Yes or no?
Her silly, frilly, little shoes
actually stay on her feet,
unlike some women I could mention.
See the flying shoe?
Everyone thinks this painting is sweet.
It's not. It's naughty!
The whole point of the painting
is that she's not wearing any knickers.
Look at the face of the man at the lower left.
It's supposed to make you giggle!
More pin-up posing.
Tight lacing and bows
A bit of lounging
Shoes and a fan.
A girl can never have too many accessories.
Detail of the wig and corset.
As you can see,
Marie will sit happily
in all kinds of positions.
Marie is inspired by the
wonderful boudoir dolls
of the Flapper era.
I wish I had one.
The closest I have is the
Munzerlite doll lamp
Boudoir or Bed Dolls were dressed in
exotic or designer clothes,
and were carried around as fashion accessories
as well as used to decorate a bedroom.
I love the idea of a doll for grown ups,
that could be taken places
or left to pretty up a bed or a chair.
Find Marie in
Marie's story begins here.
Thank you, to all of you who came along
with Marie on her journey.
Your support and encouragement
really means a lot
and is much appreciated.
To see the final touches, go here
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