Pullip and Dal Doll Lovers Event 2015
#31
If folk tales are in then I've got a plan! Whoo! I'm not sure many people will know it since it's not an American folktale...
Penelope (Nero), Esme (Papin), Payton (Celsiy), Shelby (Lizbel), Mason (Neo Noir), Aggie (Mercu), Cricket (Heiwa), Lucian (Ni-Ya), Theo (Rayne), Daisy (Dumbo), Iggy (Fanatica), Willow (China China)
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#32
I have mine all plotted out...! I doubt anyone knows mine either. I'm okay with that!
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#33
I think I'll get a MIO and start soon with it because I have a feeling it'll take me a year to get it right. Tongue
Penelope (Nero), Esme (Papin), Payton (Celsiy), Shelby (Lizbel), Mason (Neo Noir), Aggie (Mercu), Cricket (Heiwa), Lucian (Ni-Ya), Theo (Rayne), Daisy (Dumbo), Iggy (Fanatica), Willow (China China)
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#34
I've already started trying to figure out sewing patterns. Different people react to stress in different ways, me, I try to sew an 18th century robe a l'anglaise...from memory...
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#35
(06-28-2014, 12:48 PM)Severity Wrote: I've already started trying to figure out sewing patterns. Different people react to stress in different ways, me, I try to sew an 18th century robe a l'anglaise...from memory...
smile
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Join us at the Pullip and Dal Doll Lovers Event on June 15, 2019! The theme is The Clock Strikes Twelve.
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#36
(07-06-2014, 09:03 AM)TrueFan Wrote:
(06-28-2014, 12:48 PM)Severity Wrote: I've already started trying to figure out sewing patterns. Different people react to stress in different ways, me, I try to sew an 18th century robe a l'anglaise...from memory...
smile

WIN. smile

(Do you by some chance sew for dolls? I'm not 100% sure that she has the money now, but my sis was complaining the other day about how she wanted a robe a l'francaise (spelling? ) for her Pullip. ( She's a French/European history fanatic/genius.) )
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#37
I do sew for dolls! (Almost exclusively...)
And the gown I was talking about is doll sized, or it will be, once I finish mucking about with it. :3
Sadly the robe française has a pleated sacque back and I have seriously no clue how to do that sad
I could look into it, though, but it might be a while. I have a friend who makes American Girl clothes and made an entire 18th century wardrobe for her dolls (including a set for my doll: shift/embroidered pocket/silk stays/petticoat/gown) so I could maybe solicit her advice.
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#38
Changing the subject: I think we need a Make It - Take It table at PUDDLE. There should be several easy crafts for dolls things you can make that anyone of any skill level could sit down and make in 15-20 minutes. They would need to be crafts that don't require a lot of tools and materials.
Possible ideas:
Simple beaded necklace/bracelet
Hairclip
Decorate plastic Barbie shoes (those that would fit T3/T4/Dal)

I can definitely donate some supplies for these 3.

Any other suggestions? Remember the craft should be simple enough for anyone and be able to completed it in 15-20 minutes.
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#39
(07-07-2014, 04:28 AM)Cornflower Blue Wrote: Changing the subject: I think we need a Make It - Take It table at PUDDLE. There should be several easy crafts for dolls things you can make that anyone of any skill level could sit down and make in 15-20 minutes. They would need to be crafts that don't require a lot of tools and materials.
Possible ideas:
Simple beaded necklace/bracelet
Hairclip
Decorate plastic Barbie shoes (those that would fit T3/T4/Dal)

I can definitely donate some supplies for these 3.

Any other suggestions? Remember the craft should be simple enough for anyone and be able to completed it in 15-20 minutes.
There could be a table to paint eyechips? Those clear coolcat chips are relatively easy to paint.
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#40
I love that idea! I was just thinking about making some more cute hair clips for my girls (all I've got is a dozen strawberries, minus the one I'm currently using), so hair clips would be fun! And shoes, oh, I just really love shoes.
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#41
(07-07-2014, 04:28 AM)Cornflower Blue Wrote: Changing the subject: I think we need a Make It - Take It table at PUDDLE. There should be several easy crafts for dolls things you can make that anyone of any skill level could sit down and make in 15-20 minutes. They would need to be crafts that don't require a lot of tools and materials.
Possible ideas:
Simple beaded necklace/bracelet
Hairclip
Decorate plastic Barbie shoes (those that would fit T3/T4/Dal)

I can definitely donate some supplies for these 3.

Any other suggestions? Remember the craft should be simple enough for anyone and be able to completed it in 15-20 minutes.
That's a great idea! I support it.

Edit: Requiem loaned me a badge maker but I never figured out how to use it. If anyone wants to take that on, let me know.
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http://forums.dollymarket.net/showthread.php?tid=539796

Join us at the Pullip and Dal Doll Lovers Event on June 15, 2019! The theme is The Clock Strikes Twelve.
http://www.puddlestyle.com/
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#42
The new PUDDLE site is open, and so is registration for PUDDLE 2015! We're so excited!! smile

We have changed our price structure this year to encourage early pre-registration. If you sign up and pay between now and December 31, 2014, you lock in the best rate of $20 per person AND you are guaranteed Premium gift bags for each person who registers!

Check out the site here: http://www.puddlestyle.com and find out more about our updated registration here: http://www.puddlestyle.com/register-now/...ation-faq/
Second-in-Command at PUDDLE and dolly forum lurker.
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#43
Thank you to KiraKiraMeansSparkle!
Thank you to KiraKira for her generous donation to PUDDLE 2015! Every premium gift bag will contain a pair of her gorgeous eyechips.
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Join us at the Pullip and Dal Doll Lovers Event on June 15, 2019! The theme is The Clock Strikes Twelve.
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#44
Thank you to Dollchemy.com and vadafade for donating an Isul Mao!
Isul Mao, donated by Dollchemy
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Join us at the Pullip and Dal Doll Lovers Event on June 15, 2019! The theme is The Clock Strikes Twelve.
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#45
A big thank you to etsy shops PullStringLane and BetweentheButtons! I received a huge box full of a little something for every premium gift bag plus adorable handmade berets and a complete vintage outfit. Check out the shops here:

https://www.etsy.com/shop/PullstringLane
https://www.etsy.com/shop/betweenthebuttons

from PullStringLane/BetweentheButtons
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Join us at the Pullip and Dal Doll Lovers Event on June 15, 2019! The theme is The Clock Strikes Twelve.
http://www.puddlestyle.com/
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