This is an art doll that I put together practicing for an upcoming swap in my art club. I love Catherine Moore's Character Constructions rubber stamps that consist of beautiful faces, body parts, clothing and accessories. I chose Miss House Wren because of her beautiful face. I stamped her 2X: once on a white tag and once on decorative paper. I colored the face on the white tag with pencils. I cut out both faces and attached the tag face over the other. Next I stamped the torso of the Venetian Tea Party lady on striped decorative paper. I cut out the torso and attached the face to it. I stamped the arms on one of Catherine's Belle Jardiniere papers of a tree, placing the arms overthe limbs with leaves. I cut these out and attached them to the blouse of the torso. Next I stamped a bird cage (Stampers' Anonymous) over a large robin on one of Catherine's papers and cut out. I glued it to a heavy piece of cardstock and cut it out. I attached it to the waist of the torso. I stamped the legs from the French Laundry #14 set onto the same striped paper as the blouse. I cut these out and attached them to the lower part of the torso. Next I cut out and glued the bird in the cage to a sturdy piece of cardstock; I punch a hole in the top of it and a hole in the right hand. I used a gold thread to tie through both holes and it hangs at her side. I cut the nest and the small bird from Cavalini's Bird & Nest sticker set and attached them to the doll as shown. I used the tiny bird and "d'oiseau" from the French Laundry set and stamped them on tiny tags that I glued together for a "front/back" to tie to Miss House Wren's hat. I tied varigated green threads through the top of her hat. I added a touch of lace at the top of her blouse.