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Topic: Little Red Riding hood and the Wolf  (Read 407 times)
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« on: July 13, 2011 03:59:39 PM »

I LOVED the new Red Riding Hood movie and I just love fairytales in general! And I also adore Jodi Cain's dolls and her spin on lil red riding hood, so I made my own lil creeper doll inspired by the two!



I used the "Wide Eyed Wendy" pattern (  http://judisdolls.com/wendy/index.html  )  by Judi Ward for Lil Red. This was a great pattern! I loved it!  and for the wolf I used this wolf plushie pattern from Silver Seams
 (  http://www.silverseams.com/opensource/wolf-plushie-pattern.html  )   I am not so happy with how he turned out in the face Sad   but the pattern was still a good pattern! I made his teeth from plyclay and glued it in. I was going off her teddy wolf for the face, but she needle felted her's so it looks much better!



Alll in all, Im still happy with them...but I think Ill try to make some better ones
Thanks for looking!!!! Comments of all kinds welcome!
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« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2011 08:18:33 AM »

They are very creepy, brilliant.
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