These are wonderful Phyl!
I just love the motion in all of these sculptures. I'm so glad you've shared so many of them!
Wow these are brilliant
Hi Phyl, These are great! I'm curious about how you attached the yarn hair. Is that done with just plain old white glue? Hot glue?Janelle
No, the hair isn't put on w/hot glue; that's really challenging because it sticks to the glue gun. And Elmer's is too liquid. We've been using this:Crafter's Pick The Ultimate! Waterbased Super GlueIt is super thick and we can't get it out of the tops of the bottles, so we take the tops off and use a long Q-tip. I had them glob some glue on, and then the hair was attached hanging forward, and then flipped back when dry, for a good hairline. Because of the thickness of the glue, it didn't slip down when attached, so it's great to work with for the little details you need in place to stay. For the pony tails, the hair was rooted like original Barbie dolls, just in a circle around the edges of the head w/no hair in the center.