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post-23599-0-42470200-1493902294_thumb.jpg  Using M E Harrington's Victorian Doll Ornament pattern

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Very cute and pretty.

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Wow!  She's really cool looking.  Did you paint the face, too? :)

Thanks, yes, unfortunately, I am not too skillful at that.

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I asked, because I think her face looks amazing!

Thank you so much!  Years ago I made dolls using a balloon and paper mache for the head.  I made the faces, and they are not pretty.  And they are all the same. Fortunately, they didn't need to be. The one I am finishing up now is like the nesting doll, using construction paper and a hole punch. At least the dots are round.

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do you have instructions

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23 hours ago, Evann said:

do you have instructions

I made the dress first and made the doll to fit.  I ran a pipe cleaner up into the hole in the bead and down into a spool  I glued the spool onto a piece of cardboard to stabilize it.  There are some instructions on the internet using pipe cleaners for the whole body.

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