the wonderful people who mfg. this mold for me are retiring due to health reasons and so does this wonderful mold.
We will be limited to stock on hand.
I have received word that the manufacturer of the molds has sold the business to "someone
well known in the polymer clay world".
So I am very happy
about this. I may be able to expand some other ideas I have had for molds that would be exclusive to Articus Studio.
I have no other information on it at this time, but I do hope their product line remains the same.
So I will wait and see what happens and when I hear from the new owner.
Thank you so much!! We can keep the little frozen girls!
|Corrine's Shadow Box Frame Sample
This is an acrylic shadow box frame with Graphics 45 paper in the background and foregroound. Inside it houses
a little snap, tiny frozen charlotte doll molded with paper clay, brass wing and round brass eyeglass frames from our large
selection of brass charms.
As the "NOT" in the title tells you these are not the real frozen Charlotte dolls, I do offer them as a
faux substitute for them-along with some imagination.
Plastic Babies 3" High~I see these babies as a little replacement for the expensive frozen Charlotte
dolls. Paint these off white and add some grey touches, maybe a little black "dirt" and you could have something close
to a Charlotte doll but much more available and less costly. These measure 3" high and do have moveable eyes, arms
& legs. Use them as parts to in your project or shadow box display. Sold individually and in packages of 4.
3" High Plastic Baby- Package of 4
3" High Plastic Baby- Sold Individually
Now this is my first stab at a faux frozen Charlotte doll. This is a scanned picture so it blurs the
items that are further away from the flat scan glass but it gives you an idea of what you could possibly achieve with
these little baby dolls. I used Golden silver paint (iridescent stainless steel) as the base and used a lot in the eye
hole so the eyes would stay shut, I then added Titan Buff color alone and in certain areas mixed with a little of the silver
color. It really is kind of cool looking at it in the real and plus the acrylic paint does give it a little "tooth"
so it does not feel smooth- has a bit of a rough feel.
I sent my friend a picture of it via the phone- she thought it was a little creepy but you can decide- creepy
or cool faux Charlotte????
Think of the many possibilities with these dolls--painted or plain you could add a little tattoo stamped
with some Black Staz On Ink, glitter it up, alcohol ink the baby, add charms, glue some fabric in patches for a little patch
quilt look, or just cut some fabric for the baby's blankie to hang from its hands, add some faux hair for a werewolf look,
add beads, rhinestones....the possibilities are endless for this cool little baby doll.
they are going!!!
This is a picture of the mold making in progress and the dolls used to make the mold.
The doll part showing is what you will get out of the mold- it is sort of reverse of this picture.
Frozen Charlotte Doll Art Mold~This mold had 5 dolls on it in various sizes. You can use your
molds to create frozen charlotte dolls over and over again for your projects. You can mold them in polymer clay, paper
clay, metal clays, craft soap, waxes, Ultra thick Embossing Enamel (UTEE), and more. They range in size from 1" high
to approx 3 3/8" high. This is an Articus Studio product.
More Flexible Art Molds can be found on this page link