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The Three Cousins Interactive 

Painting Technique Sheets

A few years ago, I "borrowed" a couple of beautiful antique dolls from a friend for a weekend.  They came to visit with my own gorgeous Tete Jumeau and the girls had a wonderful time.   Of course, I took lots and lots of photographs of them and studied them VERY closely.  I have since made reproductions of two of the girls, and am still working on the third one.   We ALL know just how long it can take to make the perfect doll!!!!!   With the kind generosity of my friend in allowing me to share her two dolls with you, I have done studies of all three of the girls and am presenting them here for your enjoyment and benefit.   As with all the seminars/technique sheets offered on my website, please respect the ownership of the copy writes on the material on these pages and do not copy for any purpose other than your own personal enjoyment and education.

Please click on the photo of each doll for the individual Technique Sheets

Kammer & Reinhardt 117n also known as "The Flirt"  - 37" Tall 

Bebe Jumeau 1907 - 30" Tall

Tete Jumeau - 27" Tall

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Interactive Technique Sheets for the Three Cousins  

By Evelyn Stanbury, DAG GMDM  

Certified Doll Artisan Guild Instructor   


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This information is provided for your personal use and is not to be copied for sale in any fashion.  The talent of individual doll makers vary greatly, and Stanec's Dolls Ltd. and Evelyn Stanbury accept no responsibility if your doll does not turn out looking exactly as the dolls represented here.


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