My Shop Girls

by Debra Procter.
(Brantford, Ontario, Canada)

Luna Grace & Luna Lou

Luna Grace & Luna Lou

I originally created my ‘Luna Ladies’ when I had a little shop and now use them at craft shows or to display my pieces in other shops that carry my work.

The heads are styrofoam that I covered with tissue paper. Then I hand painted the hair and faces; added a ribbon ruffle and mounted them on thrift store candle holders or lamp bases.

Luna Leah at Clover & Chrysalis in Cambridge, ON

Luna Leah at Clover & Chrysalis in Cambridge, ON

I use them to display necklaces, hat/scarf pins & bracelets. They can even wear a pair of earrings!

Debra Procter
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  1. Debra, I just LOVE these charming gals! They are totally quirky and fun, and I like how you mounted them on candle holders and lamp bases. I imagine you often have folks asking if the Luna Ladies are for sale.

  2. These are delightful. They provide such personality for your craft booth, and can liven up your studio/shop as well.

  3. I want a mannequin for my table so badly, but the more vintage styles that have classic looks are just outrageously priced. What you have done is a perfect solution and you’ve given them such personality!! Bravo, bravo! Could you elaborate a little on applying the tissue paper and what type of paint you’ve used?
    Brilliant! Thanks so much!

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