18 thoughts on “A Doll Makeover- Part 2

  1. Hi Nichelle! She turned out great! She looks like a Marina (meaning of the sea, not a dock) to me. An old neighbor of mine named her daughter Marina.

  2. Well done, taming the hair was a massive improvement, the clothes look real, I know you went through a lot of work to get this result but it is worth it. That crack in the top of her head with the hair off was a surprise wasn’t it.

  3. Since I’m reading the Gail McCarthy series, I’ll suggest Gayla. But I like Marina as well. She has a far-horizon look as well as the in-your-face one.

    1. I started out with a free WordPress blog for many years, then purchased my own domain and one of their packages to remove ads. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Do you know of anyone who makes doll clothes? I suck at sewing so was wondering if anyone you know of sells them for this doll ๐Ÿ˜‚

      1. Iโ€™ll just have to learn how to sew then! ๐Ÿ˜‚ so you know where you got her โ€œKeep calm and collect plastic poniesโ€ shirt?

        1. I made it. ๐Ÿ™‚ The text is an iron-on transfer, and I used a free Barbie-sized shirt pattern I found online. I had to resize and reshape it for a better fit, so it’s not perfect. Sewing doll clothes is hard, but I’ve found it helpful to watch tutorials on Youtube for larger dolls, like Barbies or ball jointed dolls, to get an idea of how pieces fit together.

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