Tuesday, March 31, 2015

AGPC Challenge 3 Entry

Hi! Here is my entry for challenge three, which was black and white. She's supposed to be lying on a checkerboard I guess. ;)

-Claire

Monday, March 30, 2015

Tutorial- Bunny Tail Bun

Hey guys! Sorry I've been a bad Blogger the past couple weeks, but I promise I'm going to have more Easter posts up soon! Today I'm going to show you this super cute bunny tail hairstyle for Easter!

First we need to make the bunny tail part, and I'm just using a cotton ball and a bobby pin.

All I did was but some hot glue on the end of the bobby pin and stuck it in the middle of the cotton ball.

And you're done with the tail!

Then make a bun in your doll's hair.

Next, push the bobby pin straight into the middle of the bun.

And you're done!






Hope you enjoyed this tutorial!
If use it, please feel free to email me a picture at clairemeep01@gmail.com!
~Claire

Monday, March 23, 2015

sunset // a photoshoot

Hey guys! Sorry I haven't been on here in a while. I was sick all of last week, so I wasn't really in the mood to post anything. But I have some pictures that I took and I'm really proud of them!







And then she fell. You can see the fear in her eyes! xD



This was her hair when we came in. xD

Hope you guys enjoy and hopefully I will have some more posts soon!
-Claire

Monday, March 16, 2015

Doll Craft- Tiny Leprechaun House

Hey guys! Since tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day, I thought I'd show you how to make a cute little leprechaun house for your dolls.

You will need:
*Tan foam to make the graham crackers that I have a tutorial on HERE
*Toothpick or tack
*Glitter (I think gold or green would look best)
*Fabric for the little bed
*Any "treats" for the leprechaun! (Cookie tutorial HERE)

1) Make 6 graham crackers.

2) Start glueing them together as if you were making a gingerbread house.

3) Finish all three sides.

4) Then glue the last two squares on top for the roof.
I chose not to outline the edges with puffy paint since I thought it would make it look too much like a gingerbread house, but that's up to you.

5) Make a little bed out of two small pieces out of the tan foam.

6) Then glue on a fabric rectangle for a blanket.

7) Place it in the house.

8) If you want, you can sprinkle glitter in it to attract the leprechauns.

Set it up in a corner with some treats nearby and you're done!




Hope your dolls catch some leprechauns tomorrow! ;)
-Claire

Saturday, March 14, 2015

escape into the night // a photoshoot

Hey! :) Today I'm back with yet another photoshoot, but I'm really in the photography mood!





























Have a good night!
-Claire

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