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« on: October 12, 2010 06:56:56 PM »

Hi everyone!

Recently I got pretty interested in the world of doll collecting - specifically Pullips. I would LOVE to have a full-sized Pullip, but I don't know if I can justify spending nearly $100 dollars (or more) on a doll to my husband. Guys are so silly sometimes.

Sooo.. I was looking at Little Pullips and Little Dals. Anybody here collect those or have any experience with them? I know they don't have the option of blinking or moving eyes, and they aren't as posable. I would still like to make little outfits for them, if I can.. but I haven't seen many patterns for the mini pullip clothes. Anybody know what size clothes fit them or any good resources about making Little Pullip clothing?

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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2010 01:32:13 AM »

Ok, so this is an old comment, Im hoping your still keen though!
With the minis, from what Ive seen, the bodies are really crap  Cheesy but, you can swap them out for a 23cm obitsu body. Just need to take a bit of a dremel to the head hole. Theres heaps of tutes out there.
Or, you could do what Ive been doing for the last year, and save like a crazy thing  Wink Im hoping to pick up my first pullip some stage after Christmas  Wink

Now, if you didnt want to swap the body out, the clothes wouldnt be too hard to make, they look about the size of a Kelly doll (barbies little friend). Let me know what you decide  Smiley
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