So first, as the admin of this blog I get to see blog stats, which basically shows me how many people click on links to my blog, how many people look at article ‘X’, how many people like or follow me, and the search terms they use right before clicking on a link to my blog.
Don’t freak out, if you use Google I normally can’t see your search terms because of privacy settings.
The point is, of the few search terms I do see, the terms ‘love doll’ and ‘love doll tutorial’ come up a TERRIFYING amount. This is one of those things that just never ever EVER floats across your mind when naming a business.
So to clarify, for all of you who type in ‘love doll tutorials’ and then click on my page: this is not for you! This is not a sex doll blog.
Halloween dolls (that have nothing to do with all ^ that business, for those of you who may be curious)!
Unfortunately, I went on a bit of a sewing binge and didn’t even pull my head out of the pile of fabric to take WIP pictures, so all I have are the finished versions. I made two Halloween dolls (technically three, but the third doesn’t have an outfit that I like, yet). Both of them are witches.
I love her. If you love her too, you can ADOPT HER from my Etsy shop!
You might recognize her as the model for my blog post on dyeing doll’s hair with acrylic paint. It’s been about a month since I dyed her hair, and it’s still holding up very well, for those of you wondering.
She was one of those Bratz who had little sequins surgically inserted into her temple and no amount of hacking away could remove them. It turned out fine because I love her little temple jewels! She’s also covered in glitter, which is an obvious bonus.
Her dress took an hour and a half or so to put together. I didn’t really time myself, but it didn’t feel like this dress took very long compared to the other witch’s dress (below).
The pink satiny part of her dress is the exact same simple dress that I wrote about in my post How I Made Thirty Doll Dresses. I just used satin (which is the
BIGGEST PAIN IN THE ASS most annoying fabric to work with on a small scale). Her underskirt is just two long panels of tulle cut in different heights, then folded over and gathered with some elastic. I sewed some ribbon on the bottoms because it’s adorable.
Her hat is made from felt with a lot of tulle and pearls tacked on.
Meet……Catherine the Mischievous Witch!
I love her also. If YOU love her also, you can ADOPT HER from my Etsy shop!
Her hair used to be white and black, but I dyed it pastel purple to be more Halloween-y.
And then I made her a ballgown, because this witch does not mess around with her wardrobe.
The top of her dress is the same as almost all my other dresses, but the bottom of the dress….
…has a circle skirt with a train thing going on. She’s wearing a long tulle petticoat underneath the dress to make it poofy.
Catherine’s body has a couple reddish stains, one on her arm and one on the back of her leg. They’re small stains, but I haven’t found the time to get them out, so she’s a bit cheaper than Glenda.