So as you know, I've been working on customizing a Blythe doll which so far has resulted in setting my microwave on fire and clogging my kitchen sink. Well, I discovered another Blythe I had to have that was already customized so I decided to "adopt" her and waited for her to arrive.
Unfortunately she needed a bit of a makeover so I put aside my other work in progress for this girl that needed some TLC.
She was definitely cute but I decided to change her lips, paint her eyelids and do some general fancy-ing. (Yes, that's a word.) Anyhoo, I'm all done and nothing caught on fire, clogged or otherwise got destroyed in the making of this doll! Go me!
Of course, I just had to add glitter to her eye chips and lashes...I have a thing for glitter, did you know that about me?
So, as they say in "Meet the Robinsons" I keep moving forward with new projects and crafty things. This whole Blythe experience (home and personal injury notwithstanding), has been amazing. I've discovered new tools to use with both my dolls and my creations like chalk pastels and watercolor pencils. Which is good because that's how I justify the extra spending to my husband, "But honey, I can use these on my dolls AND my projects...it's win-win!"
Me & Intuit -- featuring Pink Paislee :)
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