iOH MY.....look how long it's been since I posted 😱 Why does life keep getting in the way of my crafting and blogging?!!
Anyhow, I'm here to introduce my little Miroxdoll "Joe" twins.......Josephine & Jasper. Poor babies have been in the cupboard for over a year waiting for some love. When they arrived I was actually quite disappointed with the tan colour....it was a lot darker than I'd anticipated and I was wishing I'd just played safe and stuck to the fair resin.....so they were put in the cupboard out of sight. I even tried selling them at one point but they were obviously meant to stay put here for whatever reason.
About a month ago I decided to get them out to wig and clothe so I could try selling them again. After looking at them sitting on my work table for a few days I was smitten with them all over again. They really are very cute, just a bit darker than I wanted. So I packed their heads up and sent them off to Alena of Enchanted Crafts Group to have their faces done. OMG....I am thrilled with the results!! Alena has done an amazing job of bringing these two to life. They are perfect now! She has even managed to make the difference between the boy and the girl very easy to see!
While the heads were away I made them some clothes. Now that they're all back together I'd like to introduce them......Josie & Jasper 💖💙 My gorgeous little twins.
Face-up photo courtesy of Alena - Enchanted Crafts Group:
Back together and clothed......
I've done a little story of them having a play day.....posted under the stories tab 😊
Have a wonderful day wherever you are in the world
I thought I'd post some of my past projects in collage form. First off are clothes for the Australian Girl Dolls........
These are some of the outfits I made for the girls' birthdays. I've included a photo of Emily & Jasmine in their boxes. The models for most of these photos are Matilda and another Aus Girl Doll called Amy. I sold Amy to a friend when I found BJDs :)
The little sandals were made by following a wonderful tutorial by Diane Morello...you can find the tutorial HERE Diane has some great tutorials for dolly things.
Okay...I'll be back soon with another installment of past projects.
Have a wonderful day
My avatar is beautiful Mini Layla
a resin BJD doll by renowned Australian doll artist,
Hello, my name is Lynne.
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