Sunday, March 5, 2017

Steampunk Prima Julie Nutting Doll Tag with Resin Wings & Corset, Peacock Feather, & Top Hat

Adore making tags with Julie Nutting's Prima Doll Tags.  I joined an "open theme" swap in MAS and decided to do a Steampunk Doll.  I combined two doll stamps because I wanted the long legs and smaller shoulders so the corset would fit.  First I made some wings & a corset from resin. The Top Hat and skirt are from embossed material I found at my local Walmart that looked like real leather.  The large Gear Die is Sizzix and the smaller Gear die is Tim Holtz.  Both dies are covered in Anna Griffin's glitter paper.   Background paper covering the tag is by Paper Wishes.  A chain for hanging and folded a piece of filigree I found on ebay for extra decor.  Added a small chain to the side with a few little embellies and some doll hair ... she's ready to hit the town!

The rhinestoned trim along the boots and hat is from my stash, not sure how many years it has been stuck in one of my ribbon drawers.  The small gears on the hat are also from resin.  All resin pieces were painted black and touched with copper Inka Gold.

On the back I pulled out some long forgotten punches, a GIANT oval and scallop oval.  The corset paper is Graphic 45.  The piece on the bottom is resin I molded and some beaded fringe was hot glued along the base.  Love how the peacock feather pokes out all over.


  1. Oh my goodness she's wonderful. Do you have a kit you might sell? or at least the wings and corset?

  2. I had never even thought about making kits. She did turn out fun!! The corset I sort of had for chop off a bigger resin piece I molded LOL so it's rough on the edges - once life calms down a bit I'll see what there is :D