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Making Doll Shoes - AwsumGal. Happy Saturday After six weeks or so of casting my dolls and a few more stringing them, I am finally at the stage where I’ll be dressing painting and wigging them! I have so very many ideas, I can hardly keep them all in my head! Originally, I was going to do a themed group. You know, same basic costume, but different colours on different skintones. I had fleshed this idea all the way out in theory (my daughter had some great suggestions too) but then I realized I’d have to make the same thing over and over again. When beginning a project like this it isn’t the lack of ideas that can paralyze one, but rather the dizzying endless possibilities that can make starting difficult.

Instead, I decided to do something else I have wanted to do for some time. I currently have four different skintoned girls waiting for their personae. Sometimes I paint the doll first, but not always. Almost a mop! A soon to be Cinders watches as the tools of her trade are made. The bucket’s humble beginnings….. So…. Set Of Shoes For Tiny Betsy McCall. I had swatches of furniture fabric in several colors. I treated the fabrics with sealer (FolkArt Outdoor Satin Sealer) to prevent fraying and staining. After I had made shoes for larger dolls, there was still enough fabric left to make one pair of shoes in each color for Tiny Betsy. This model is very simple. It requires minimum amount of glueing. The inner sole is made of the same fabric as the upper part. The outer sole is leather.

As the shoe has open toe, it is easy to glue. You can use fairly thick fabrics for this model as the sides are straight, which makes it easy to glue them. Here is the full set of shoes. If you want to try making this kind of shoes for your doll, here is the pattern. If you make shoes using this pattern and put a picture of them on your web site, Flickr, etc., please leave a comment here telling me where to go to see the picture.Original Finnish post. How To Make Doll Sandals The Easy Way. Blythe On A Budget: DIY Felt Slippers. Blythe On A Budget: DIY Felt Slippers Written on December 1, 2010 at 12:00 pm by MichelleFiled under: Article with tags: blythe on a budget, crafting A certain trio of Prima Dolly Blythes come with little slippers, and another certain yellow-headed Blythe comes with a pair of little slippers as well!

I set out to make a few pairs of cute little felt slippers for my dolls and here’s what I did: You will need: Felt – You can find this at dollar stores and craft stores, they generally have a lot of different colours. What I did first was trace around my doll’s foot. I drew lines to see where the edges around my doll’s foot was and then added some more to it at all sides so there’d be extra fabric needed (or else the slipper wasn’t about to get on.

The two paper pieces I used for cutting out my felt pieces. If you trace the completed slipper base again, put your doll’s foot on top of it and figure out where you want the top of the slipper to go. Mocasins - SD BJD (Soom Supergem) ~scargeear on deviantART. Make Sandals From Ribbon (With Photo Tutorial) Tutorial: Making TOMS For Your Doll. Tutorial: No Sew Shoes (Flats / Toms / Slippers) More Duct Tape Shoes Ideas | Sew Adollable. Our Toms-like duct tape shoes tutorial became really popular. I got so many comments from the members of AG playthings Forum as well as from the subscribers of Doll Diaries when it was posted there. As of to date, it’s pinned close to 200 times (now pinned more than 1000 times) and our video tutorial has close to 1,500 views already ( now more than 26,000 views). It was really fun and things like this make me happy. So over the weekend, my daughter and I got crazy with duct tapes again.

Our dolls love them, as you can see in these photos they can stand on it. American Girl Doll Sandals. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service"). As used in this Agreement, "we" or "Prime Publishing" means Prime Publishing, LLC. and "you" means the individual or entity submitting materials to Prime Publishing.

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