Success

Just a quick pick of my Ladies.
They made it without any heads exploding....Seriously, that is a real thing. If the air cannot escape, KABOOM! The bare feet came out chalky because the slip dried too fast....my most excellent Sinsay,  Karin at Blue Moon Doll Studio, has been a real gem and giving me little tips and faithfully answering my questions.

I hope everyone has a most excellent Fourth of July weekend!
Stay safe, but most of all, stay sane!!!!

Comments

  1. Awesome Carrie! I am so glad that the kiln is a good one and that you are gaining experience while having fun! Can't wait to see these ladies all assembled and dressed!!!

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  2. That’s awesome Carrie! Go you!

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  3. Yay! Congratulations! They look great. Now comes the really fun part.

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  4. Looking good, although a little scattered 😉. It will be fun to watch you assemble them and give them each their own personality.

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  5. That is so cool (well apart from the prospect of exploding heads!). The limbs and features on these 'girls' look so detailed and delicate. No doubt you will have a lot of fun with them.

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  6. Congrats Carrie . I'm so happy for you taking on this new art. You'll be great .Can't wait to buy a doll from you .

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  7. I will be interested to see what you do with your little masterpieces. Thanks for stopping by Ann's Dollhouse Dreams. Have you build a Fairfield?

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