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« Reply #20 on: February 08, 2011 10:17:27 PM »

Wow. Love it.

Reminds me of childhood. My mom always bought the $1 'fashion dolls.' I was hard on them & eventually the arms or legs would fall off. I had a (decorated!) box of B- parts - assorted arms, legs, and the occasional torso (no heads I remember). When I had an amputee, she went to the box for the replacement. Your combination makes me think of how many dolls I had with only one tanned arm or leg.

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« Reply #21 on: February 09, 2011 01:29:31 PM »

at first i was thinking WTF but the more i read and looked at the pictures i absolutly love her and i am out to masacre myself some doll parts first chance i get that is amazing and so creative, nothing like that would enter my mind in a million years

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« Reply #22 on: February 09, 2011 09:17:16 PM »

i looovveee it!!
she is awesome and i love her mysterious past...gives her a definite air of mystique, no?

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« Reply #23 on: February 10, 2011 05:20:21 PM »

Oh my dear lord she's amazing!

I wish I had something as awesome as her, the feet just kill me.

I'm always impressed by everything you do Sue, you're so awesome crazy.
*goes to search through her horde of dolls clothes to see if she has anything that would suit Zoey*

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« Reply #24 on: February 11, 2011 01:16:31 PM »

O...M...G....I have been trying to post a thank you the last few days for all the nice comments from y'all about Zoey..and my brain LOL.  But I have been at a loss of words each time.  I'm ..well speechless it seems.  Y'all's responses have been the epic of epicness for me. Where do I start?

craftgasm! *giggle* *blush*....well that was as good for me as it was for you hehehe.

I'm delighted folks are enjoying her story as well.  I didn't work on it much really (which is odd for me ...I normally have the story in my head before the project) The story just grew as she did.  And I'm trying rather hard these days to not censer what my craft fairy whispers into my ear, when it comes how things will look.  Technically, she is one big happy accident, where all the experiments worked out.

Wulf-I'm terrible tempted to take that last line from your post and put it on a tshirt to wear when I'm feeling a lack of my personal awesomeness.  And coming from the baby's Daddy of one dozen zombie (I imagine it was not that kind of opera, but it is more fun to think of them that way then plaque babies...) spawn, your post has me inspired to make more LOL.  Besides..it will mean I have a box of tiny feet and ears to play with Grin

teachart-heheh I hope your not having nightmares or anything Shocked. heheh and now I keep looking at things and thinking, " I bet I could put a little hinge on that and have a new space!".  Unfortunately, Cosmo's (my dog) head is about the same size as Zoey's....Just kidding..just kidding

Aveykin- Your so sweet!  I'm sure you could make a My Little Wild Child if you tried.  I've seen what YOU make and I'm sure yours would be wicked!  And your right!  I'm crazy LOL...I'm just so glad to find folks that think it's "awesome" Grin (and Zoey is very excited about the prospect of getting some new clothes Wink )

If anyone does make a Zoey inspired hack doll, I would love to see what you make.  And thanks again everyone for all the yummy words Grin It much happyness makeing in my brain LOL

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« Reply #25 on: February 12, 2011 07:45:02 PM »

Your little yeti is certainly a diva, I love the detail of the tiny hair clips. Every thing about this doll is just great, the rosy cheeks, fangs, petite hands and lovely clawy feet... i love it all! Great work!!
« Reply #26 on: February 15, 2011 11:58:30 AM »

This twisted dolly is so freaking RAD! I poured intently over all your little details. This is going to be one of those dolls that you keep revamping/redressing because this little freak can never get boring!  I am willing to bet that you will never tire of clothing this baby. I thought I was excited over the fluffiness of the legs and the claw feet.. oh and the carved-evil-bunnyish head... and the cool outfits, hairclips, etc, etc, (am I rambling?) .... but when I saw the wicked (and very unexpected) STORAGE COMPARTMENT.... I about FELL OF MY DAMN CHAIR! Ingenious! It's "All in her head!" BWAAAAHAHhahahahaha! Freakin' EPIC! I can't get over this! Round of Applause!!!!! "Good Job" Just doesn't seem to express how I feel about this dolly. :O)

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« Reply #27 on: February 15, 2011 09:47:03 PM »

You spared no details...this is seriously incredible! Would it be weird if I said that I think I love you?!
« Reply #28 on: February 17, 2011 08:42:23 AM »

Let me say first- you are incredibly talented and this is sooo cool, the idea, the execution (literally?) .  But that doll freaks me out so bad! 
« Reply #29 on: February 17, 2011 06:39:35 PM »

I love this! I'm sad I missed out on the chance to vote on this. ):
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