Hi! I’ve been doing a lot of crafting and doll restoration lately. I’ll be sharing some of my work today!
This is what Gracie looked like when I got her. She had messed up hair but was pretty clean otherwise.
She is very cute!
Here she is after her makeover! 😀 I fixed her hair, repainted her lips, and gave her freckles.
Now for Nancy! She was the Goodwill doll y’all guessed about. All of you guessed a My Life As A School Girl doll, but you were wrong! Nancy is an 18″ hard-bodied doll.
This is a pic of her hair before. Sorry for the blurriness, I took this really quickly right before we left for a trip. I used the same methods I used on Hope’s and Gracie’s hair on Nancy.
Here is her finished hair! I decided I will mostly keep it in 2 braids.
Doesn’t she have a cute face?
Now that I have introduced you to my newest dolls, I present…….
Ivy’s Sweet Treats, the newest bakery in town!
And here in the shop’s proud owner, Miss Ivy Ling!
Yep, I made a bakery! I got the idea when I saw it was baking week on Camp Doll Diaries. The stand is made of a jewelry box, 2 cardboard tubes, and a piece of foam board.
Here are some of the bakery details:
I printed some menus from http://www.funwithagfan.blogspot.com. A mini clothes pin holds them up.
These business cards are also from Fun With AG Fan.
On the bakery shelves, I have:
A giant cupcake cake (which is really a candle),
A loaf of bread I made from Sculpey, a cake Shopkins,
A plate of cupcakes (erasers), a plate of Sculpey cookies, a pudding Shopkins,
2 plates of Sculpey doughnuts, along with one eraser doughnut,
Another plate of Sculpey cookies, a plate with a slice of cheesecake and a biscuit,
4 Sculpey macaroons,
and a shelf with ice cream and Popsicles.
Those are my bakery treats! What do y’all think of it?
Ivy says goodbye, and she hopes you drop in again soon!