As always I try to have at least one of my small Witch doll's available and in October I made Sabrina.
I've had the cotton in my stash for a while and it was originally meant for another doll, but I felt it was nice for Sabrina. She has found her new forever home and was consequently my 100th sale on Etsy so she helped me pass a milestone in my Etsy Shop.
I have also tried something different with two new small dolls and they are both Unicorn Princesses called Aura and Eluna.
Both feature a handmade polymer clay horn, satin / taffeta bodies with chiffon skirts and trimmed with lace and crystals.
They were fun to make and I have a few more horns spare including some larger ones so I could make a larger doll at some point.
As I said its been a busy few months and quite a few of my dolls have found their new Forever homes, it has been sad to say goodbye to them but I know they will be loved. But it has meant I needed to make some new dolls and large ones too. Which brings me to the last of my recent Dolls Arabella the Arctic Hare.
I trimmed her with cream and lace ribbons along with a ceramic heart pendant made by Kiln Fired Art. The hair colour was tricky as I wanted to use white but it didn't look right, next was a dark red but still it wasn't right but in the end a pale grey seemed to work and took on a slight lavender tint.
Arabella was a nightmare to take a decent photo being all pale colours but I'm so pleased with how she turned out. I've always wanted to make an ethereal looking doll and she seemed to happen by herself as it always seems to with the dolls they take on their own personality.
Arabella made her debut a week ago and very quickly found her new forever home, which means I need to make some more dolls. So next time I may be blogging about a new witch, a mermaid and another large doll.
Until next time.