Not the fabric variety. . . . but printable! What fun!
Mom (Sheryl) has collected many vintage papers over the years, simply because she loves them (and she has very good taste I might add as these Paper Dolls are adorable!)
Mom has been toying with this idea of Paper Dolls and printable fabric paper for some time and it is finally at a point where she feels confident making pattern instructions and a kit available for purchase, if you'd like! Stay tuned!
Sheryl has been hard at work making mini video tutorials. This recipe card holder features the Bakery Paper Dolls coordinates and 24-inch doll panel.
Skill level: EASY (beginner)
In this video, Sheryl highlights the features of this sewing project and the fabric cuts you will need, follow her suggestions or come up with some unique ideas of your own!
Happy fabric Paper Doll making from the Sibling Arts sisters! 😘
Sibling Arts Studio's place of dwelling at 7212 N. Burlington Ave. in Portland, Oregon has been sold and we will be moving out and downsizing over the next few months.
Our shop has been home to some exquisite antiques and we will be offering these beauties for sale to appreciative collectors.
To be listed soon is a glass display case (originally from the Alpenrose Dairy). The glass in this case is all-original, beveled, with shelving made of glass. 81" long by 38" tall. Asking $450.
A massive antique oak sideboard with beautiful mirrors, drawers, and cabinets. A very fine, very heavy piece of furniture! :) 46" wide by 73" tall. $3300
Sweetly renewed tall hat stand with mirror and shelving. 82" tall. $225
In response to the several comments that the Bakery 16-inch dolls have no clothes - we decided to try and create something ourselves. We just LOVED these outfits and they will soon be available as a FREE download when you purchase the Bakery 16-inch doll panel!
Ideas are still tossing about in our minds on just how to make this possible. It's been a fun project thus far and we will keep you in the loop! 😃
While the fabric this pattern calls for is sold out - we have made a few really sweet substitutions with similar prints!
the following prints make delightful substitutions!
Sweet miniature wall or door hanging featuring the adorable Bakery Paper Dolls! Quilt in an afternoon!
Purchase a KIT Here
"The Victorian era began with the coronation of Queen Victoria in 1837. Floral and paisley motifs were typical of the day, arranged in tightly packed patterns. Fabrics featured hues of bright reds, blues, neutrals, and pinks accented with black. This Victoria collection is a beautiful representation of the patterns and colors of the time period."
We have just a few 1/2 yard pieces available!
One page EASY pattern featuring "Today's Paper Dolls"
KITS available Here
Sherri & Olivia
Mom and daughter-duo :) Simple and sweet shop updates, FREE patterns, photo instructions (as we have time to make them), and sale codes found here!