Saturday, June 20, 2009

Happy Pink Saturday!

Here's a little something direct from the finest boutique in fairyland. Imagine being able to shop anywhere for anything. What would it be?

With petals and blooms she shows off her zest, fluttering the forest in nature's best dress.



The Artful Paper Doll will be launching a new tutorial called Uptown Girls. Learn how to make pretty paper dolls complete with doll hair and miniature roses (no wings on these girls) and mount her in a boutique style setting. Tell me about your favorite girlie things. I might use them in the tutorial and you could win a surprise to be announced during the celebration of the Mad Tea Party on June 27th!

Suggestions will be judged on three criteria: Originality, Girliness and Style. I've really got you thinking now. (tee hee :) Tell me! I'll take suggestions up until Saturday June 27th.



xoxo
~Kitty Kellie

Be sure to visit the lovely Beverly of How Sweet the Sound to find out more about Pink Saturday.

34 comments:

Sassy M said...

What a darling dress! HaPpY PiNk SaTuRday! Marsha

Nancy @ La Chambre Rose said...

I love 20th century paper dolls especially the 50s. Maybe not so creative, but my fave. Love this one. Happy Pink Saturday!

♥Mimi♥ said...

Lovely pink blog post! Another Saturday, where I am taking in all of the pink and visiting some of the most lovely blogs in cyberspace. I need the pink this morning, it's all dark and raining outside. So thanks for the uplift☺

Wishing you and those you l♥ve a weekend filled with sunshine, good food and many, tender memories.

Susan Hickam said...

Cute post. As far as girly things i love, hmmm? Pink of course,even though I came to it late and sparkle too. I used to love to play with my Grandmother's rhinestone jewelery. It made me feel like a princess.

g said...

So exquisite! I admire your handiwork. Love the little ballerina costume.

Happy Pink Saturday

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

Darling altered art! The pink tutu is so adorable!

Thanks for sharing!
Tina

slommler said...

I think a wonderful frilly, lacy, pink umbrella and gloves would be great for your uptown girl!!!!
Hugs
SueAnn

Mary said...

You are truly creative. That tutu is wonderful. Thanks for sharing it with us. Blessings...Mary

Katie said...

That is so unique and over the top adorable! Happy Pink Saturday!

Claudia said...

Your work is so lovely! Love the tutu - Happy Pink Saturday!

Beansieleigh said...

Very sweet! Happy Pink Saturday, and hope you have a wonderful week!

Beverly said...

I love it. Since it is June, my suggestion is a blushing June bride. Of course, she might need a bit of pink in her ensemble.

Happy Pink Saturday, Kellie.

paintinpatti said...

Adorable - love the Rose Garden Promises girl, too. YOu are SO talented! I love paperdolls with surprises - like a little mouse poking from a pocket - strawberry necklaces - polka-dot panties! Playful! Pink Hugs!

The Artful Paper Doll said...

Thank you so much for the visits girls. I sure do appreciate them. :)

Cheers! =D
~Kitty Kellie

Rita said...

You have a wonderful blog and I will have to spend some time browsing as soon as time permits.

Appears that you are a very talented person.

Thanks for visiting my site today.

Dreamgirl said...

Wow... you are talented!
What a beautiful paper doll!

Thanks for visiting my blog Sweeterliving and for leaving such a nice comment.

I hope you have a blessed Sunday.

Greetings from Norway!

claudie said...

Now I love this! Hot hot hot.
Happy PS to you Kitty Kellie (love the name)
Love Claudie
xoxo

Julia said...

Hi, H.P.S.!!!...Thanks!...Love your blog design..did you do it yourself!...lovely...and your latest fairy delightful!....xx

Barb said...

glad you liked my pink post.

blessings,
Barbara jean.

PS Cute art work you have done.

Queen of Dreamsz said...

Oh, how cute is this!..I'd love to take some of your workshops when I get this carpentry work out of the way and get a bit more settled. I love visiting your blog to see the beautiful tiny creations.

Have a great PINK week,
Stephanie

Angelika said...

Oh how absolutely exquisite!!

Trust you had a delightful Pink Saturday.

Thank you for your lovely comment. The orchid blossom has fully opened so I too my camera out again .... and of course added the pics LOL.

Wishing you a great Sunday!

maidenshade said...

Happy Pink Saturday on Sunday. What a very sweet post that was - darling dollies! Hope your day is full of love and happiness.

xJ
MaidenShade.wordpress.com

caren said...

I adore this dress! So summery! Happy Pink Saturday.

The Artful Paper Doll said...

Ohhhh! Thank you so much for the comments ladies. I appreciate that you took the time to stop by for a visit.

Julia, my background was not created by me but it does not look difficult to do so I might try one pretty soon. I'm glad you like it and thank you. :)

Stephanie, I would be delighted to have you join me for a workshop anytime you are ready.

xoxo to all,
Kitty Kellie

Marie Antionette said...

Hello Sweet Kellie,I guess i've been going to the older blog to leave my commemts.Thank for stoping by hon so that I can see what blog your using.And yes i'm feeling much better and doing fine.Ok my girlie thing.
First let me tell you that I'm going to work on a new doll so you can pertsain this entry to that. Time period:Elizabethan era
Colors:Off white with shades of gold,Pink, Light blue, and beige. Excuse spelling(mind not 100% yet)LOL...
Theme: A ballroom setting and the minuet.
You can't get much more girlie than ballgowns,fans,Flirting,The mudicand glamor.
Thats my entry.Love ya Marie Antionette

gail said...

Hi Kitty,, thank you for stopping by my blog. YOur support means so much to me. I just love being in this creative, magical world :)

Now for girly things,, I would have to say my favorites are Pink, sparkles, PURSEs:), cupcakes and cats. Now a pink purse with sparkly rhinestones to use to go buy my cupcakes would be perfect.lol
Happy creating..gail

KeKe said...

I have posted my paper doll creation for TADS~And will be sending her on her way shortly~~

Xo

Queen of Dreamsz said...

Happy PINK to you! Another lovely paper doll...just so precious! One day I'm going to take the time for one of your tutorials.

Have a great week,
Stephanie

Kath' said...

My girly things would be frilly lace, petticoats,pink furry feathers and jewels, lots of rinestones. Lipstick, and powder puffs dusted lightly with powder. I love the feel of satin on a thin slightly see thru nighty.
Thanks for the fun. Kath'

Debbie Kaste said...

Kitty, your blog is so wonderful. LOVE your artwork and can't wait to see your new tutorial.... Have a wonderful week off. Hope to see more inspiring artwork.
Debbie Kaste

Sharon said...

I'm really excited to see how this turns out!

Ann said...

GIRLIE: pink
ruffles
mimosa's!
patent leather strappy
sandals
"heaving breast novels"
tearooms and finger
sandwiches
applying lipgloss out of
the pot with your
pinky

Elaine A said...

Hi Kellie -

I love your little vingnette with the sweet little angels on top. Your work always amazes me. I have not given up on my La Belle Fleur Journal, things have just gotten a little hectic in my life. In fact, starting in August I'll be teaching mixed media art classes on Friday evenings. So that has been added to my busy schedule. But I will finish my journal (and I always stop by the Artful Paperdoll to try and keep in touch). I see you have been pretty busy yourself these days - LOL! Now for some girlie things. Wonderfully scented bubble baths with champagne and music, and don't forget the chocolate! And because I'm still a kid a heart, I do love to take the bubbles and make cat ears on my head, or put a silly beard on my face, hey its my bath, I can do what I want - LOL! Ok next, really old fashioned, but there is nothing like having a fancy crystal container with your favorite scented powder in it and a big fluffy powder puff. Talk about pampering yourself! Then of course, you need that special robe to slip into and those lovely plush, fluffy slippers to put on - ummm, heaven. Now who doesn't feel like a real girlie girl after that?

Love and kisses,
Elaine Allen

flowersfleurbelle said...

Not sure if I am too late to post a comment for the July 1 tutorial give a way, but just wanted to say there are so many creative people linked to your site.
Gloria