Resin Doll In Lace

5 years, 6 months ago 25

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Just playing with some lace for fun. My favorite resin doll Luchia is wearing it. I was inspired by these awesome headdresses in a photo from an inflight magazine. Not sure what culture they are from. Maybe Norwegian…? Does any one know?

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25 Responses

  1. Hannah says:

    Looks similiar, but not quite sure…

  2. Jayne Wourms says:

    I think yours is a much prettier version.

  3. jacci says:

    looks maybe amish? not sure. or maybe dutch. but i like the lace version, are you gonna make a dress to go with the headpeice? skylar’s white dress was lovely.its so simple in a way from most of the elaborate costumes you do.its one of my favs. i’d be interested to see if you decide to make others.

  4. jacci says:

    nevermind, i can see a peak of the dress. pics please!

  5. Crystal says:

    Looks like this is a Briton woman from Brittany. It’s a part of France on the coast across from England.

  6. We call them in french “Bretonne” not sure if it the right one’s you are looking for…http://celticzab.over-blog.net/photo-88188-bretonne_jpg.html

    and I LOVE the sad look….

    :/

  7. Marina did I post something wrong? It was just a link to what we call in french “une bretton” …..? It was a little girl with the head piece called Bretton.

  8. Anna says:

    Actually, this is Dutch. There’s even a small part of the Netherlands where (older) women still dress like this. I’ll see if I can find some more information, the details on this type of clothing are amazing…

  9. Eiko says:

    That definitely looks Dutch to me. I looked it up and it’s ‘Zeeuws’ to be exact. Zeeland is in the South-West of the Netherlands.

    Here is a Dutch website showing their traditional dress : http://www.klederdracht.nl/

  10. Amal says:

    Christiane, if your message didn’t show up, it may have been moderated because it contained links? It’s happened to me before when I tried to post more than one link…

  11. Glynis says:

    Amal and Christiane, I had a post removed,on the birthday postcard site,when I suggested that a book by Marina of some of her pictures etc would be a lovely companion to the doll book,no links etc so a bit puzzled…??

  12. Thank you Amal, I had no ideal!

  13. Veerle says:

    It looks dutch. Maybe you can google ‘nederlandse klederdracht’ (I don’t know what it’s called in English). But it looks quite like it.

  14. Katarina says:

    To me it looks dutch

  15. tery says:

    definitely dutch. same distinctive gold wing tabs on their temples and everything :)

  16. Marina says:

    Sorry about the removed posts with links, guys. It’s an automatic feature of the spam filter. It thinks you’re spam-bot.

    Chad had put your comment back manually, Christiane. I’m not sure what to suggest for putting in links.

  17. Crystal says:

    Ha ha! Guess I was wrong! I should have known it was dutch, my family is from The Netherlands. :)

  18. Marina says:

    Thanks so much for the info, everyone. I appreciate your input in figuring out what these hats are so that I can learn more about them!

  19. Bertha says:

    Pure and innocent with lace on so heavenly! Love it!

  20. Ginie says:

    I love Lucchia too , she’s perfect !

    As for the head pieces on the other photo , I doubt that they are Norwegian because of their rather dark skincolor . And they aren’t Bretonne either (it is not quite the right shape .
    Wish I could help more …

  21. Sara Chacon says:

    Greetings Marina

    I am looking forward to seeing all the post cards. thank you
    for your generosity!

    Sara

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