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desertdollranch · 7 days ago
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Prepare the way for Princess Moonchild Mossyroot!
As part of her royal duties, Moonchild tours her kingdom once every season to make sure that all is well. To keep warm on her journey, she wears a long-sleeved laced-neck shirt, a soft green vest, a capelet, embroidered trousers, and sturdy woolen boots. On her belt she carries a sword, a drawstring pouch, and various talismans and tools: charms of jade, amber, clay, tourmaline, and larimar; a string of skulls; a ring of keys; and a vial containing a luck dragon’s tooth. 
Moonchild’s outfit was made by me using the Woodland Elf Costume pattern by KeLibu. Her ears are from BlytheBJD, and her sword is a Denix Excalibur letter opener. 
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dolls-and-cats · 15 days ago
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My last several months of posts have been structured by the dolly good season prompts. I have liked the structure and now I like the freedom of structure going away for a bit. And I'll tell you what i feel like now: escapism!!
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In a lovely bright spot in this new year, Rebecca and I got some exciting things in the mail! I bought some food items from @desertdollranch (Beckie's lunch items) and desertdollranch generously sent a bunch of extras, so I want to show you everything!!
She sent a small box of these old-fashioned valentines!!! I particularly like the dog and cat.
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Here is Beckie eating her lunch to keep her strength up while filming all day. I love the texture on the pickles and the realistic coloring of the bagel. I'm going to make some myself to attempt to replicate the color and texture! Desertdollranch sent her lovely lunch box which opens and closes and has a little velcro latch.
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and she also sent two movie magazines and Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, the dramatic book Rebecca is reading near Hanukkah in her own book.
Thank you so much, desertdollranch, for all the exceptionally kind gifts and even more so for sharing the information about how to make fun things like this!!
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Everyone in dollblr, take good care and have a good evening. Beckie is sending a valentine to all of you!!!
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my-plastic-life · 3 months ago
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Creating Kagome Part 1: The Doll
WARNING: VERY LONG POST AHEAD!
The journey began with me finding someone who could make Kagome’s school uniform since there’s no way I can do that lol. If her outfit couldn’t be made, the entire project would be in vain. Fortunately, I found a very talented seamstress who’d made Sailor Moon outfits for Made to Move Barbie bodies. I contacted her, and she said she could make Kagome’s uniform! Yay!!!
Next up was choosing the perfect doll. That alone took a good month and a half. I’d planned to use a Barbie for sure because I’m familiar with Barbie and her mechanics (i.e., head swaps and body compatibilities), plus she’s the most common fashion doll for clothes and accessories. And these days, she comes in a variety of skin tones... which turned out to be a big deciding factor for choosing the perfect candidate. I was making this doll specifically to go with my 12″ figure, and if you look at official images of the couple, and even watch the episodes, you’ll see that they have almost the same skin tone. In Barbie terms, the purple top Made to Move doll (ironically, the Asian one) was too pale in comparison to my figure. If I were making Kikyo, she’d work. But I wasn’t. I was making Kagome, and despite the story, the two are vastly different in terms of personality (and even, in my opinion, appearance - I never thought they looked that much alike).
My first plan was to use one of these dolls:
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They’re both anime Mattel dolls from the Barbie Video Game Hero movie. They already had the anime face, so I thought whichever one worked best would just need a reroot and a body swap and I’d be done! WRONG. The neck hole in the doll’s head was vastly smaller than that of a Barbie, and I wasn’t comfortable cutting it to make it larger. I only had one shot, and knowing me, I’d mess it up drastically and be majorly sunk. So I knew I had to use just a regular Barbie instead, one without the anime face mold.
So then I found some Barbies that had the appropriate skin tone - I chose the wheelchair body, and of course it had to be a Made to Move body for posing capabilities. Victory! But of course, anime characters have those distinctive large eyes, and a Barbie face wasn’t going to cut it. So I had to contact a repainter on Etsy and ask if he could repaint a Barbie face to resemble Kagome’s. Then we had to determine the best face mold for that because of how defined the lips were. Anime characters also have tiny noses and mouths, so we agreed that the Lea face mold would be the most effective.
The doll I finally decided on was a Fashion Fever Lea circa 1999. Her skin tone matched the Made to Move body, so I was thrilled to finally have a doll picked out!
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She did, of course, need a reroot because she had blonde/brown streaks in her hair, and Kagome’s hair is solid black. I can’t reroot, and I’m hesitant to dye doll hair for fear of staining the doll or her clothes, so I had to send the head off to get her rerooted. When that process was done, I sent her to my painter.
This process alone took about three months. When I finally got the doll back and complete, I was so happy - until my mom, who isn’t even an avid fan of the show, asked me if I thought the doll really looked like Kagome.
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(NOTE: That uniform is one I got from a different seller, and she’d mistakenly used an old 90s TNT body rather than the Made to Move body as the base, so it’s a little large on her. That backpack was made by Beautyshare on Etsy).
So after looking at the doll, while I do love her, I decided that yes, she is more of a “Barbie as” version of Kagome rather than the actual character. The problem was her largely defined nose and mouth. Nothing wrong with her, but I decided I needed to keep looking. Like I said, being an OCD perfectionist is both a blessing and a curse.
So I continued to hunt for the perfect doll to use. I thought a Momoko doll might work, but she was too short and also didn’t have the desired face sculpt. So I finally decided to just type into Google Images one day “11″ anime doll.” I had no idea what would pop up, but what I got changed everything. Among the results were, of course, some Azone dolls and generic action figures, but then my eyes drifted to this doll and my jaw dropped:
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Her face really helped seal the deal - her eyes were already the perfect shape, and she had that itty bitty nose and the small mouth that was smiling! She’d obviously need her eyes painted brown, and her eyebrows would need to be black and not blue, but I knew I could do that easily enough. Larger anime eyes are easier to paint those little details on as opposed to the tiny Barbie eyes.
The next step was to see if I could even find this doll. She’s an older one, based off an old Sega game known as Sakura Wars. I’ve never heard of it, but at this point that was irrelevant. I was making props in between searching for the right doll, plus having some custom made due to my lack of ability to sew and ordering others (thanks, ReMent!), so I knew I had to get this doll going. To my pleasant surprise, eBay had a large assortment of this doll available, all in the United States!
My next concern was whether or not the skin tone would work. All the anime dolls I’d seen so far (Azone, Obitsu, and even custom-made ones by other people over the years) had that super pale skin tone that belongs to Kikyo, not Kagome. So I looked at several listings, trying to determine if the skin tone would work. Then luck really came to my side as I found this doll for sale deboxed, resulting in a much lower price (this doll wasn’t expensive even in the box, but hey, I’ll save money wherever I can! I don’t need the box!)... and the seller was actually holding the doll in their hand! That allowed me to see the doll’s skin tone in comparison to someone’s actual hand, and it was almost the exact same shade. So I knew I had to jump at this chance.
Next up - wait for the post office to deliver this doll (don’t get me started on the USPS...). I was so anxious, wondering if she’d be okay for what I wanted to do. When she arrived at last, I opened her up and was pleased to see that she was about Barbie-sized (a tad shorter but her head wasn’t too small like some other anime dolls out there, so it would fit on the Made to Move body), and her skin tone didn’t look like the purple top Made to Move. That’s good. So, moment of truth. I took the doll into my doll room, where the decapitated body was waiting. I held the Barbie hand up to this doll’s face, and...
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SUCCESS!!! A perfect match!!! The relief and excitement that washed over me was intense! At last I had an anime doll!!!
Of course, nothing is quite that simple. This head removed from the body super easy (it’s just a peg inside, no hooks at all), but the head hole was too small for the Barbie body. But only by a little bit. So I took a chance and grabbed my X-Acto knife and sliced off the inner ring inside the head. That did it! It took a little bit of elbow grease, but the head did get on the body! I then had to use a bit more force to slide it down the neck so it didn’t look like it was just sitting on top of it, but I got that too!
Original neck hole:
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After using the X-Acto knife:
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The prepared body (the neck peg is necessary to secure the head to the neck, but I did completely remove the hook portion since that isn’t necessary and it was too tall for the head anyway):
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On the body!
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Next up was the hair. I’d hoped to just dye the hair, somehow, thanks to various YouTube tutorials. Her hair was blue, and obviously that wouldn’t do. So I took it out of its ponytail, and received yet another surprise... not a pleasant one, though. Because the doll’s hair had been in a ponytail, the manufacturers apparently thought there didn’t need to be a lot of said hair, so there were a TON of bald spots! So even if I did manage to color the hair, there was no way there’d be enough of it to make it look how it should. So to Etsy I went to find a rerooter!
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What luck I had yet again when I asked a few potential rerooters and came across Paradise Doll Designs, who was actually following me on Etsy and turned out to be a fan of Inuyasha! So I knew I had my candidate! And she did a superb job! I enjoyed talking to her during the duration of the reroot, which didn’t take long at all! The process took about a month starting from shipping the head to it being shipped back. Yes!!!
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Even my mother agreed that this doll looked better than the Barbie! LOL! So when the reroot was done, the head was returned! Every time I got a step closer to my ultimate goal, I just felt like this:
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Now granted, the character’s hair has kind of “spiky” shapes in the back, and her bangs aren’t uniform in size and kind of stick up, but keep in mind this is doll hair, so there’s only so much that can be done with it. It’s not like a sculpture that can be manipulated, even with a ton of hair spray and mousse. I used some of that (cream and spray meant specifically for synthetic/doll hair - I’ve read not to use real people hair products on dolls because it could cause damage down the road) on the back to give it that kind of uneven look, and once I got the outfit on the doll, it really helped tie it together!
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I looked at those pictures for so long trying to get the hair just right! LOL It looks better with the outfit on, because when the doll had no clothes on, there was no perspective or context. :D
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So the next step for this doll was getting her eyes painted! Finding the right shades of brown wasn’t as difficult as I feared it would be. I managed to get the eyes painted, though of course one had to be stubborn while the other was nearly perfect. But I eventually got them! I’d bought some special tiny acrylic brushes just for this project, and had been saving them in anticipation. I used one of them to go over the blue eyebrows with black paint (no Sharpie in case I made a mistake), and though they aren’t perfect, the bangs cover up the imperfections.
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Well, she should be done by this point, right? Not quite. Remember the lovely rerooter I mentioned? Well, she was also among those on Instagram who discovered that it’s possible to switch out Barbie doll hands! YES! I was terrified to do that for fear of breaking the little pegs, but with Sara’s guidance, I managed to accomplish it! She told me that the DC Super Hero Girls dolls, also by Mattel, were perfectly compatible with Barbie. This was ideal for me, as the hands that were designed to hold swords and hammers would be perfect for Kagome to hold her bow, walk her bike, and even hold her little bottle of jewel shards (more on props later)! So... hand swap time!
This doll is my biggest hybrid doll ever. Sega doll head, Barbie Made to Move body, DC Super Hero Girls hands, completely custom-made outfit and accessories, full reroot, fresh face paint, etc. All in all, I am so excited to have this doll at last! And just in time for the anime’s 20th anniversary!!! Yes, the anime debuted in October 2000, and 20 years later, in October 2020, the series not only celebrated its 20th anniversary, but also dropped a sequel! And the manga that the anime is based off of? This year is its 25th anniversary! It debuted in 1996! I thought this was the perfect time for such a large project that’s been nine months in the making (plus 17 years considering when I first had the idea!). So now, behold, the final product:
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HALLELUJAH!!! This has been a long, and at times stressful, journey, but I am so ecstatic now! I had so much fun bringing this character to life, not only to go with my beloved 12″ figure but also because I enjoy turning dolls into characters that I love, that I’ve decided to try my luck at making some others... I think Miroku and Sango should join in, don’t you? :D They most likely won’t be as perfect/detailed as Kagome, but I’m still excited to get started on them as well!
Stay tuned for the post about Kagome’s props - because no doll or figure is complete without those!
CREDITS: Reroot by Paradise Doll Designs School uniform by elenpriv Face paint by me Bow and arrows by me Quiver customization by me
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alittlebitbethany · a month ago
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As part of #itsadollygoodseason I decided to take this photo of #rebeccarubindoll celebrating #hanukkah I want to wish all my friends and followers who celebrate it Hanukkah sameach, made some #sufganiyot for Rebecca out of foam clay Image Description: a doll standing in front of a table with a plate of sufganiyot on it #americangirl #americangirldoll #americangirldolls #agig #agdolls #americangirlbrand #dollphotography #dollcraft #dollcrafts 
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wigs-and-wonder · a month ago
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So, I still need to make Kristen’s nightgown to fully update her St. Lucia’s Day outfit, but at least I made her a new crown with crocheted candles and better greenery! Between that and her face lift at the Doll Hospital this year, doesn’t she just look radiant?
Happy St. Lucia’s day!
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kyleesdollplace · 5 months ago
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I made Felicity's Christmas Gown!
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Obviously, I used the pattern found in "Felicity's Pretty Clothes", which is downloadable for free on AGPlaythings. I struggled with it a little bit, but only because of how slippery the fabric was; the instructions were nice and easy to understand!
It's not totally finished yet, there's a ribbon trim (that I couldn't find when I was buying the supplies) that's supposed to go around the edge of the gown, and there's supposed to be a bow on the pinner cap (made from the same ribbon), but other than that I'm so proud of this project!
Saige is modelling, because I don't actually have Felicity. Doesn't the color just make her eyes pop? 😍
Side note: remind me to never work with crushed satin again 😌😜 (kind of kidding but also... yikes)
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autistickirstenlarson · 3 months ago
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Marie-Grace can now pray her rosary! 👼🏻📿
(Thanks to @horanhufflepuff for the easy-to-follow directions!)
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thekirstenplug · a month ago
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Sari and the mini lussekatt Kirsten made for her.
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lovemarisolluna · a month ago
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Happy second night of Hanukkah from Marisol! Her gift tonight is books I made (both are excellent, by the way. check your library!)
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toku-fangirl-dolls · 8 months ago
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Welcome to DollyCon 2021!
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If there's one thing I've missed, it's going to conventions. So I set up a mini convention at home for all my American Girl dolls! There's lots to see, so come on in!
(Incidentally, this is the first photo in a long time that I've taken of my whole collection at once. It was fun getting them all set up on the stairs, but also tricky--I had to figure out how many dolls could fit while still leaving me room to navigate!)
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"Welcome to DollyCon, are you picking up a weekend pass or one-day?"
"Just today, thanks."
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I designed the poster in Canva. For the badges, I printed them out extra-small, covered them with packing tape to make them shiny, and ran a piece of yarn through a little hole to make a lanyard. I made three different versions: the red says "Saturday," the yellow says "Weekend Pass," and the black says "Exhibitor."
I printed a larger version to go in the poster holders on the OG movie theater (the poster size is 4x7, in case anyone else wants to make custom posters for that!)
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Luciana is taking a selfie before she heads inside to get her badge! As someone who loves space, she is a big fan of Star Wars and she's very proud of her Rey costume. She made everything from scraps of fabric and hot glue, with Velcro on the belt to close it in the back.
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Felicia is waiting for her first customer of the day! The store background is from AG (I think it was a PWP a few years ago?) and the counter is a TV stand.
I made the Gashapon machine from an empty tissue box. The bit on the front is a toy container from the dollar store (that I spent way too much time scrubbing the label off of, haha) and the "capsules" are from a set of dollar store golf balls. I printed out a picture of the front of a machine, and then added a scrap of foamboard to be the dial and some scrap cardboard covered with white paper to be the end of the little chute at the bottom.
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There's so much to do at the convention! Claudia and Addy are watching the costume contest (and Claudia is filming her brother, who won second place).
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Conventions are always crowded, so I tried to fit as many dolls into this picture as I could. Nick is stopping for some ice cream after a long morning taking photos. Let's see what the others are doing!
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"Okay, that panel we wanted to go to starts in twenty minutes."
"Got it. Should we hit the Artists Alley after that?"
"Sure!"
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"That'll be five dollars for the Gashapon token."
"Thanks!"
Part two coming soon! I had so much fun setting up my dolls and taking all these pictures--and it might've been a good luck charm, because there's a real-life convention happening in my area next month and we're going! Oh, conventions, how I have missed you. <3
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dolls-castle · 7 days ago
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🖤Custom doll Postapocalyptic. Working moments.
🖤More interesting on Instagram: @_dolls_castle_
🖤Buy on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/DollsCastle
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desertdollranch · 3 days ago
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In the autumn of 1934, Eugenia has her first day of school in the town of Bosque Farms, New Mexico. She is dressed in her newest outfit, and is carrying a leather book bag. She has never been to school before, and worries that she’ll be not as smart as everyone else her age, and will have to be educated with much younger students. But she finds herself among other Dust Bowl refugees that also benefited from the government’s help resettling along the Rio Grande, and many of the children here are also attending school for the first time too. Some of them have only ever done farm work in their lives, and cannot even read or write, as Eugenia can. 
Eugenia is wearing an outfit from Kit Kittredge’s collection, the School Skirt Set. It’s my favorite item of Kit’s wardrobe and I’m very happy to have a doll who can wear it. Her school supplies were made by me, but based on Kit’s school collection, seen in the last picture. I made her book bag from craft foam, and it has snap and button closures. I printed out images of her geography text book, composition book, multiplication table, and pencil box. (I did make her a ruler from a wooden craft stick and eraser, but forgot to include them in the photo). Her pencil is an Our Generation piece. I made her crayons by rolling strips of colored paper around a toothpick, and pushing out one edge to form a point. Her pencil box opens and closes just like Kit’s. 
Eugenia’s school serves hot breakfast and lunch, which is a relief for families who would be burdened by the expense of feeding their children. For breakfast she has a buttermilk biscuit, pinto beans with red chiles, half a banana, and some shell peanuts that she can save for a snack at first recess. For lunch she has a cottage cheese sandwich on wheat bread, slices of locally grown peaches, bell pepper and carrot sticks, and an oatmeal raisin cookie.  
Something different I did for Eugenia that I haven’t done before and American Girl has also never done for their historicals, was to not give her a lunch box. I was searching for ideas about what her lunch box would look like when I came across some interesting information about the school lunch services during the Great Depression. The concept of lunch served by the school, at little or no cost to students, was still fairly new in that decade, having first begun in the 1900′s as a way to help strengthen the minds of otherwise underfed children. But president Franklin Roosevelt instituted it to schools in every state and especially in rural areas as part of his Depression relief program, The New Deal. The school meal services also helped bring jobs to communities, by hiring women to prepare and serve the food. By that time it was well understood by educators that children who are malnourished due to their family’s poverty, are children that do not learn well.
I found a book from 1936 that was used in school cafeterias to plan well-balanced menus and ensure that students were receiving adequate nutrition: Menus and Recipes for Lunches at School. If this is a topic that interests you, then it’s a very quick read, only a few pages before the recipes, and it’s fascinating. I based Eugenia’s school breakfast and lunch on some of the menu ideas included in the book, including the cottage cheese sandwich. But her food does incorporate some traditional foods of New Mexico, like the pinto beans that would have been a local crop from the Estancia Valley to the northeast. Bananas were a Depression-era staple food everywhere in the United States, since they were relatively cheap, high in calories, and have a long shelf life. Peanut butter was another common and inexpensive food most families could afford; it was often used to make peanut butter and mayonnaise sandwiches, or peanut butter and pickle sandwiches. Cookies were also included on the sample menu, and it’s one of the things in Kit’s lunchbox set that I replicated here. All of her food is made by me from clay and paint. 
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dolls-and-cats · 3 months ago
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Just want to take a few minutes to rave about Austin Creative Reuse, the fabulous non-profit in my town that reduces landfill waste by collecting and organizing gently used craft materials and reselling them in their thrift shop. This reuse is completely in line with Evette's efforts in the World by Us series.
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I wish I could give everyone on dollblr access to Austin Creative Reuse.
Most or all of y'all don't live in Austin, so why am I telling you about this place? It would be amazing it some day, any town big enough to financially support a walmart will also have a fabulous non-profit like ACR, keeping materials out of the landfill. Although many towns have clothing and book thrift stores, which is great, ACR includes materials that spur creativity. I am one person who has definitely explored crafting during the pandemic in an unprecedented way in my own life because of these affordable materials and supplies.
Gonna talk a little about the doll space I first showed in pics last night. I created the background for my doll space almost entirely from Austin Creative Reuse materials: core foam boards, scrapbook paper, and even the glue I used. The doll table is three pieces of wood I got from ACR for under a dollar, glued together, and painted. The amazing green flooring was $1, also from ACR.
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ACR is a treasure trove of fabric, and I take particular pleasure in using small amounts of fabric which volunteers iron and fold and often sell in bundles with complementary fabrics. I don't have a good eye for matching fabrics myself, and I get inspired by what other folks have paired. Both dolls' dresses are sewn from materials from ACR.
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The couch is made from reused fabric (my own, from a failed upholstery dye job....turns out those low-water washers are not a good place to dye fabric).
I've benefited so much from ACR that I do hope to give back by volunteering there, after I get past one upcoming thing in my personal life.
The last photo here is of the thorough doll space building inspectors who helped me out before last night's photo shoot....
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cosmomoore · 7 months ago
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Making tiny doll earrings with bits sent to me from @firespirited a few years ago (thank youuuuu).
I'm so happy I remembered where I was storing these!!
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mamitadolls · 23 days ago
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Jenny magazine No 1, 1986
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I don't lint/crochet. Hopefully someone can find these pictures useful.
1.4.2022
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wigs-and-wonder · a month ago
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So, the wonderful @americangirlmom was my AG Holiday Gift exchange partner, and sent me and my girls several amazing, wonderful goodies: a crocheted bonnet and crocheted dress, as well as another homemade dress with this gorgeous fabric, and a little bonus surprise: a mini Josefina, just in time for Christmas like Nina in the stories!
Thank you so much for the wonderful package--we LOVE it!!!
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alittlebitbethany · 2 days ago
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A #dollcraft went wrong so I improvised and used the clay to make #marblecookies 🍪 Image Description : a plate of marble cookies on a wooden table #dolls #dollcraft #dollcrafts #silkclay #dollsminiatures #agiger #agig #dollphotography #dollfood #twfood https://www.instagram.com/p/CZL9ORds4Dz/?utm_medium=tumblr
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autistickirstenlarson · 3 months ago
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Made a mini Sari out of yarn for my Kirsten doll! I will have to post a pic of her with the doll. :)
Thanks @desertdollranch for the instructions!
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thekirstenplug · a month ago
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Doll sized lussekatter with a mini for Sari.
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I think they’re an improvement on the originals. I got some good raisin texture and the shine/crispy brown of the egg wash. I added icing on two the way my mom made them.
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I’m going to make a second batch. I want to paint them a little differently and make the color a brighter yellow.
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lovemarisolluna · 2 months ago
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Marisol’s room decorated for Hanukkah, featuring all her new mini ballet wall art!
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