Greetings everyone!! I’ve got another Youtube timelapse video of a rehair project I just completed! This time it is a Vandala Doubloons doll that my mother rescued from a thrift store along with several other WELL LOVED Monster High dolls. Please take a moment to watch my video. I’ve got several more planned, so if you like it please give it a thumbs up and subscribe! Thanks!
Hello everyone! I’ve been playing around with the idea of Youtube videos, like I have mentioned a few times. This is my first attempt at a time lapse video for a reroot I recently completed. I took a Dead Tired Frankie Stein doll and rerooted her using Sakura Nylon hair from dollyhair.com. You can see my process here. If you want, you can subscribe to the channel to see more in the future. This is just a starting point. I promise they will get better
I am so super behind on my reviews! Sorry! Coming soon will be the three Inner Monsters AND MOOD PACKS! (thanks to Toot’s Toys)
For now, though, I wanted to share with you my latest reroot project. When I first got Gilda Goldstag, I loved her! I still do; however, that hairstyle is so limiting. She is a beautiful display doll, but she won’t be much more. I’m too scared of ruining that hairstyle. It’s a shame, too, because she is so photogenic!
I have a great friend who collects Lagoona and Cleo. She wanted the new 5-pack, but didn’t want to keep the other dolls. I “helped” her out by rehoming the Gilda doll from her pack. And quickly got to work!
Seriously, though, this may be my new favorite doll (don’t tell Kappi!). She is so photogenic! I adore her!
After seeing the official Ever After High website had added the Ashlynn Ella clothing, shoes, and hairstyle, I noticed something very different about her hair:
Which of course sparked an interest in me. Check out my project from last night: Continue reading
If you know me in real life, you know I am a super nerd. My husband bought us a 3D printer as a couple’s gift for Valentine’s Day, so I went on a hunt to see how I could merge my super nerdiness with my love of dolls and toys. Meet Quin, the world’s first 3D printable Fashion Doll, available at 3dkitbash.com
Click below for my full (length) review of the doll and the process, or just click for the pictures