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« on: June 29, 2008 08:40:07 AM »

I've seen ooak My Little Ponies, Barbies, Bratz, and lots of other dolls but has anyone seen a site with My-Size Barbies? I'm thinking of customizing mine and would love to see others.
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« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2008 09:23:17 AM »

I haven't seen any, but then I'm pretty new to this whole dolls and toys thing. Cheesy
I bet if you search google you could find some....

Here's a site with a bunch of links about OOAK dolls:


Here is one on eBay that sold (but they still have pics up):


Oh, and here is a site that specializes in them:


I love the one in the black sparkly dress, and a bit further down the Cher one is freakin' AWESOME (although she is not "my size"...lol, that sounded funny Cheesy).

Pretty cool stuff...I would love to see what you make if you do this!! ^_^

My website, newly redesigned as of 9-2010! ^_^

Yes, I have one of those, too. ^^;
Loves to customize dolls found at yard sales !
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« Reply #2 on: August 10, 2008 04:19:11 PM »

At the bottom's a link to Gracie (formerly a non-movie Rapnuzel) and Casey (first year MSB)'s web page on my site. They both got dye jobs, and brunette Gracie even got her eye color altered. We bought Doll Shop Deluxe so I'd have tons of patterns to sew for them, but DSD is expensive ! Then again, buying the sole Simplicity pattern I know of for them, #8817, can run $40. and up !

I really need to retake every photo on that  page with our new camera, so I'll just add that to the Never Ending List of Stuff ta Do...done. It's on the list now.

As a preview, here's Gracie in a photo not on the site. It's a DSD pattern I sewed using a wrecked women's dress from a yard sale. Glad to find another MSB fan !

 link to photo (I only have two posts so far, sorry I can't yet post the image ! ) http://dorriebelle.tripod.com/dolls_of_my_life/graciegingham_2.jpg

http://dorriebelle.tripod.com/id23.html - Gracie and Casey's page
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Anyone knows how to remove the head...? that's scaring me... it's not that easy to find them in argentina and i don't want to break the first and only one i have...
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