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« on: June 06, 2012 10:21:27 AM »

Well, now that my partner in the D&D Swap has finally received, I want to show off what I ended up making for her daughter.


This is Crimson, a good witch out to protect little girls from all the evil queens out there. She stands approximately 17" not including the hat, has articulated knees for sitting and poseable elbows and fingers, for those tricky spell gestures.


Not easy to see here, but she has a white blouse, red waist cincher, long red skirt and (not seen) little red felt slippers. Her hair is some really soft boucle yarn I had laying about.

I hope ilovesnails' little girl loves her as much as I do. She was sooooo hard to give up!
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she's wonderful!  love her face and her little pointy chin. What did you to put on her face and lips?
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Adorable  Smiley
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« Reply #3 on: June 08, 2012 06:59:59 AM »

she's wonderful!  love her face and her little pointy chin. What did you to put on her face and lips?

I used prismacolor fine tip markers with a bit of white paint to make things pop.
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