Monday, September 13, 2010

Scissor Happy

My scissors have been flying...snip, snip. I find these little figures so engaging that I had an entire basketful in no time.

A few for gifts, a few for the shop  and even a few for myself. How can I resist?

I've been working on a few other things. Can you guess what this untidy jumble will eventually become? 

Stay tuned!  Until next time...


  1. Hi Rhonda,
    Love your litle cutouts! I should be so handy. NOT! No idea what you are cooking in that pan, oh unless its material you are tea staining for rag balls?? Guess I did have an idea.
    Nancy Jo

  2. I'll stay tuned in order to find out what you'll be doing with all those tiny scraps going into the dye pot.
    Great blog ... will be back! Cherie

  3. I've always loved the simplicity of the silhouettes. Your "project" definitely doesn't look edible. LOL. I'll anxiously await the outcome:)

  4. Hey Rhonda~
    I'm sorry it took so long for me to visit your wonderful blog!! Thank you so much for following mine...I am honored!! I loved my visit and am becoming a follower as well!!

    Your project looks interesting and fun as only a fellow artist would think! I will be watching for the results!
    Blessings my friend~

  5. Hi Nancy Jo, Thank you for the compliment on my paper dolls. I must be careful or I could snip paper all day long. Such fun. You really should're so handy, I'm certain you could do it. And nope, it's not rag balls. :)

    Thanks Cheri, Hope you'll come back soon. :)

    Hi Carol, You're right, definitely NOT edible! LOL Come back SOON to see my finished product.

    Hi Julie, Thanks so much for your sweet email. I'm thrilled to have "met" you and so pleased that you're following my blog.

    You ladies make me blush... :)