Trial and error with déco flocking. Part 1

Barbie “Wonkette”: Success! Décoden caulk in plain white with AB coated 1mm glass beads and 2mm “micro diamonds” sharp facetted AB coated glass. Doesn’t shed. The shimmer effect is *~*amazing*~*. Kept. Draculaura: Mixed. Décoden caulk white with a drip of red which ended up clashing with the face and not looking like icing at all,… Continue reading Trial and error with déco flocking. Part 1

Pullip Fur Wigs (ramblings on fur and doll scale)

So if you’ve known me for a while you know i’ve been experimenting with repurposing faux fur for several years. Partly driven by the desire to not spend 5-6 hours rerooting each bald head that comes my way and the fact that me and glue do not get along. I have stashes of various faux… Continue reading Pullip Fur Wigs (ramblings on fur and doll scale)

Wigs

I finished the wigs from the commission catastrophe*! I angrily cut out every last piece of every last scrap of fur with tiny scissors over two nights then felt at peace again and sewed them together with loads of love while rewatching Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (because it feels like going home every rewatch).… Continue reading Wigs

Faux fur gloves to doll wig tutorial

1- Purchase dollar store faux fur fingerless gloves or cuffs (or search ebay for “fur” with free shipping, worldwide, under $1.50) 2 – Unpick the fur part from the wooly part using a seam ripper Note: If you’d like to save the gloves, stitch through all the open loops using a matching yarn. 3 –… Continue reading Faux fur gloves to doll wig tutorial

How to make a wig for your doll

Put clingfilm on the dolls head Glue hair on (you can use hair, wool, tinsel or whatever you like) Leave it on to dry overnight Remove the wig and cut out any left over clingfilm Add blue-tak to the wig so it sticks to the head