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So the day before yesterday I finally caved and bought an inner monster doll shockingly shy/scared silly. Sorry I don’t have pics I was lazy, plus I’m sure you guys already know what they look like. I love how she costs less and comes with a whole bunch of stuff, but i honestly think this wig and extra face is tacky (the mask being only because it looks weird and creepy when you put it on the doll). I want to point out my favorite part of the dolls though, there shoes. They have such unique shoes, I’m pretty sure none are recycled. I definetely plan to use some of those shoe designs for my ocs.
So in other news does anyone else think that it’s total bullshit that Wydowna has already had two dolls, but has literally never appeared in any of the webisodes or movies, and yet we have a bunch of characters who have been in Monster High webisodes and movies but still do not have dolls?
At goodwill on rainbow and windmill. I’m rescuing Blondie and GB Frankie. The others look good tho. Just need a wash. This place is overrun with yard sale types so who knows how long they’ll last. Someone already snagged a raven and a hunter.
I thought Apple’s fainting couch was a little ott so I decided to make my own by experimenting with enlarging 1:12 scale dollhouse miniatures patterns. enlarging most tutorials by 170% did the trick, I found the full 200% looked a bit too much. The rest was just replacing cardstock with paperboard, doubling up on foamcore and adding a few extra layers of card.
I cannot recommend this site enough. So many amazing ideas that can all be adapted to 1:6 scale with some alterations. Lots of photos, really in depth and most projects are made with paper and card - no balsa wood or specialty materials required. Please please please check it out as this project was so much fun to make and Apple is certainly delighted with it!