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« on: June 17, 2013 02:21:04 PM »

The Ice Queen started life as an Abbey Bominable doll.  I removed The pink and purple streaks from her hair and braided it while I re-did her faceup to make it wavy.  Her dress is made out of cotton, fur trim, and tulle.  I chose the fabric because it looked like frost or ice.  She has icicle earrings and some icicles along the top of her bodice that are glass beads.  Her crown is actually a plastic belt that came with the doll from the factory; I turned it upside down and it's being held on with clear jewelry string.  Her cape is payne velvet and it's lined with cotton.











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Love her, beautiful work!
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