What's in your junk trunk?

I had so much fun teaching this class in Iowa hosted by my sweet sister, Annie!  Here are the completed vintage train cases - all done in one day with a morning, lunch and afternoon break!  These ladies ROCK!  Thank you for allowing me to teach you!

 More classes will be scheduled until my stash of train cases are gone! 

ATC Supply Box

The altered cigar box makes for fun storage of blank ATC cards ready to go for when I am in the creative mood.  The sculpted face was made using a mold and paper clay and headdress are of black feathers.  I painted it with Claudine Hellmuth's paint which also made a great sealer.  I hung a tag made by one of my art friends on one of the keys - just a reminder of how nice it is to have kindred spirits.  I love the Tim Holtz drawer legs.
Inside View

"Sister Act" published in RSM!

Paper dolls was one of our exchanges this year in our art group.  For myself, I made a banner for all seven art dolls appropriately named "Seven Sisters".  Then I submitted the banner to RubberStampMadness, which is one of my favorite rubber stamping magazines.  They did an awesome presentation and feature story on my banner.  Thank you RSM!

A little bit about my process, I spent a day making all the dolls so it was an easy exchange for me as I really love making paper dolls!  I marked on the back of the doll the name of recipient and appropriate date. 
I should have done a better job of recording what I named each doll! However, knowing the recipient and making the doll specific for her was very easy!
I am naming this doll "For the Birds".
Mrs. O'Brien goes to the Parade.
Miss Oklahoma Tea Tax
Miss World Peace
Sara relocates to Minneapolis
Sara goes to Paris