Pollyana's Lemons

December 16th, 2008 in member junk     
MelHow MelHow, member
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This doll idea came about because I wanted to utilize some of my lemon juicers and I happen to love Pollyana.

Unfortunately, the adhesive I used said it works for glass and didn't (notice her arm that fell off in the lemon drops?) so she is dismantled already. If anybody has suggestions, I would appreciate them.

The beads on her banners read:

Be Glad
Give Thanks
Count Blessings



Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, artwork, glass, funky

Comments (5)

upyourattic writes: I'm with Italianpeasant on the doll (they scare me), but I do love the lemon touches and especially the Real Lemon holder - I always thought they could be used for something and now I can see / imagine it! Thanks for sharing!
Patti Posted: 10:29 pm on December 17th
italianpeasant writes: i'm tellin' ya, every time i see these doll heads. it reminds me of the exorcist;i do love lemons though LOL Posted: 7:35 pm on December 17th
suewhitney writes: So clever. You are thinking outside the box in a very good way. Nice job!

Take care,

P.S. Gorilla super glue is what you are looking for! Posted: 9:00 am on December 17th
MimiToria writes: E6000 can be purchased at a Michaels, Hobby Lobby or JoAnn's with coupons at 40% off that they have each week. I use it all the time and it is a great product. I also like Gorilla super glue, but you would have to hold it for at least a minute. I've just starting using that glue since being a part of this website and actually like it as well or better than the E6000.

Very creative doll too. Posted: 11:06 pm on December 16th
junktiqueboutique writes: This is so cute. As for as the glue is concerned I would try E6000. It takes a day to completely dry so you may need to prop the arm up until it is dry. I've glued wood and glass together and glass to glass with this and it worked great. Posted: 8:03 pm on December 16th
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