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Thread: My newest doll, "Amelia"

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    Senior Member Butterfli19's Avatar
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    I'm very please with how she came out. I wish I could take a better picture...
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    Wow! She's beautiful!!!

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    Oh I love Amelia! She's soooo cute and she has such personality!

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    Senior Member Butterfli19's Avatar
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    I really can spell though...should be "pleased"...

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    she's so cute!

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    What a beautiful doll, did you paint her facial features? Do you have a pattern???

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    Amelia is so beautiful. do you plan on making more? they would make good collective dolls for grandchildren, or any child.

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    Thanks everyone, she was fun to make.

    Maggie - I used Prismacolor colored pencils for her eyes and lips and regular eyeshadow and blush. The pattern is from the March 2009 issue of Soft Dolls and Animals! magazine. I made her clothing removable and sewed on her hair using a curved needle (much easier!) because I don't like to glue things and she may get tired of wearing the same old thing. ;)

    Grandma - she may have a cousin in her future. I also like to make at least two of the same doll as I learn so much from the first one, not to mention the ideas and details I think of during the process.

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    And she has fingers! How cool is that. Very pretty ...

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    Oh! When can I expect the mailman to deliver her?? :lol:

    She's beautiful Nancy!!

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