Kokeshi Girls

Monday, January 23, 2012


Isn't this little girl just the cutest?

I used to wear my hair like this when I was a little girl. This brings back such fond memories. She is just so stinkin' cute!!!

This is a part of the

The reason why I love this collection so much is that Samantha has designed this line of paper, die-cut shapes, and stickers to look like little girls from all nationalities. I wish more companies would put out more stuff like this. I know a lot of crafty people that would love to buy it.


I used this line to make Candy Favor Jars. I also added canvas & a toothpick embellies to each of them. I think they would be a hit at a little girl's birthday party. They would also be great for scrapbook pages and card making.

You can see the full collection and order at the Creative Imaginations site {Here}. Please let me know if you make something with this line. I'd love to hop over to your blog to check it out!


See ya back here tomorrow for a new project reveal! 
Rochelle said...

I'm in love...LOVE!!!

Annette said...

look how fun...I love it..

Jingle said...

Absolutely adorable! And now I want sour watermelons. LOL!

CraftyGirl said...

This is too cute! The little girls are darling!

barb :)

jen said...

Adorable!!! These are awesome! She did a great job designing these. You did a great job showing it off.
Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,jen

Samantha Walker said...

I love your sweet little project...so much fun! It makes me so happy that you enjoy the line too!

Linda said...

This is adorable!

Lea said...

You always have such great ideas! Those little girl images are adorable!!!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

So cute Angi!

Jean said...

Cute!

Mara... said...

So cute Angi! I love the candy jars!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

SOOOOOOOO fun! LOVE how you decorated the candy jar! And I LOVE that the first little gal reminds you of when you were a little girl! Tooooo fun:)

Katherine B said...

you are absolutely correct; I need this! especially since I lived in Japan as a kid....but my daughter has unscrapped pics of her in her halloween costume as a geisha girl...may have to scoop this up ASAP!

Val said...

Sooo adorable!!

JennyKozar said...

Adorable!!

Crystal said...

Totally ADORABLE and SOOOOO MUCH FUN Anki!!!! CUTENESS!

Linda Kaiser said...

Super cute!!!

Dawn's Craft Place said...

She is stinkin cute for sure...love the idea of doing more nationalities, I know when my daughter was growing up she always wondered why dolls didn't look like her (she is American Indian and Norwegian)
Thanks for sharing

yyam said...

Goodness! These are soooooo cute!!! :)

Jan Hennings said...

how adorable :)

Debbie said...

Too cute!!! Love the burlap!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

OMYGOSH!! These are ADORABLE!! I loveeeeee the burlap! :):):):):):):):):):):)

Tracey said...

Soooooooo cute.....love it and Love your CARD:)

Dora said...

How cute is this, I love it!

lynn said...

adorable little images and i love what you've done with them, angi:) these match your bright, happy style!

Audrey Pettit said...

These are SO making me smile!

Staying Crafty said...

I agree with you! I love the variety of nationalities :) The color scheme of the line is SO cute and I think what you did with it is adorable.

Scrapaddict said...

These are so adorable! Definitely need more ethnic product.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

How adorable is this!!!!!

Kate said...

These are so, so cute!!

jacirascrap said...

Que meninas mais adoráveis!! As balas parecem ainda mais gostosas!!

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