It’s that time of year when you reflect on accomplishments for the year past and set goals for the coming year. Each year for the last three years, I’d set a goal of experimenting with different types of dolls beyond Blythe. This year I finally did that! I really enjoyed exploring new ideas, and collaborating with my husband on the carnival punks. In 2019 I plan to be more focused on Blythe again as I prepare to be a vendor for the first time at Blythecon, but I definitely will continue experimenting with other art doll ideas.
Custom Blythe doll prices vary based on many different factors. Reroots made with Alpaca, Mohair, Wensleydale and other natural fibers can add significantly to the cost of a doll. All of this can be really confusing to a newer collector, so I thought I’d try to demystify the factors behind the cost of a reroot. In this video I walk through the steps of doing a reroot, and discuss the time and expense involved.
I’ve listed a small batch of party dresses in the shop!
Zara and Hilde have got their raspberry berets on and are super excited for Blythecon Minneapolis tickets to go on sale tomorrow! I’m stoked to be chosen as a vendor and hope to meet all of my dolly friends in person in Minneapolis!
I’m super excited to have been chosen as a vendor for Blythecon Minneapolis in 2019! Tickets go on sale November 17; visit the official web site for all the details!
Better watch out, Krampus is coming for all you naughty kids! I had Pete draw up a cute Krampus for me and turned him into a pattern to make these unique felt ornaments. Each one is hand cut, embroidered, sequined, stitched and stuffed full of the all the love in my dark little heart. Get yours in my shop.
This hand embroidered calavera mask for Blythe is perfect for celebrating Dia de los Muertos. Just listed in my shop!
Nine more punks are up for grabs in the shop! Some of them are looking pretty Halloweeny too! Grab yours here!