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Indian dolls

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Her Story My name is Ramani, I run a small handicraft unit in Nagpur over the last 25 years. In our unit we make paper mâché handicrafts. We specialise in making paper mâché costumed …

Paper Mache Dolls by Ramani 5th – 6th August – 2022 Friday & Saturday Display & Sale at By Hand From The Heart: MAKERS MARKET – 32nd Edition Time: 10:00 a.m – 8:00 p.m Venue: M…

Artefakt produces Papier Mache Costume Dolls depicting Indian Culture in authentic details.  Each doll is fashioned after meticulous research into the physical features of the individual character,…

Artefakt produces Papier Mache Costume Dolls depicting Indian Culture in authentic details. Each doll is fashioned after meticulous research into the physical features of the individual character,…

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Wedding Dolls Toe Ring Scene | golu Dolls | Indian dolls

Wedding Dolls Toe Ring Scene Wedding Dolls Toe Ring Scene from Description: Let your Homes, Events, Marriages, Theme parties etc., look graceful with these paper mache dolls. Nothing is a waste in this world. Sawdust, chalk powder, marble powder, cloth, jute, laces, waste papers and old newspapers are used as raw materials for paper mache dolls. The dolls are known for delicacy and what matches this is paper mache art. The mix of soaked paper and glue is put into molds of various shapes to…

Meet The Maker: Ramani, Doll Maker & Founder, Artefakt, Nagpur – By Hand From The Heart: One Show, Many Stories!

Here’s our first in the Meet The Maker Series for the By Hand From The Heart Makers Market September 2017 edition. Doll maker Ramani learnt to create dolls from her mother. She uses Papier M…

An American Indian Free Spirit. Her name is Winter Dawn, and she is shown here with her faithful familiar, Wings-that-Whisper. The dress is a very slight adaptation of this free pattern: web.archive.org/web/20080216045153/www.fibrecraft.com/dof... I used sport weight yarn and a size E hook, and eliminated one row on the yoke front and back. Plus, I flared the skirt more than the pattern called for by increasing 5sc every other row. The pattern for the doll is availa...

An American Indian Free Spirit. Her name is Winter Dawn, and she is shown here with her faithful familiar, Wings-that-Whisper. The dress is a very slight adaptation of this free pattern: web.archive.org/web/20080216045153/www.fibrecraft.com/dof... I used sport weight yarn and a size E hook, and eliminated one row on the yoke front and back. Plus, I flared the skirt more than the pattern called for by increasing 5sc every other row. The pattern for the doll is available free on my blog at…