20 April 2014

More Handmade Barbie Clothes.

Because now we have SOOO many Barbie-type dolls.  Guess how many we just got in a bag at the thrift store for $21 total?  Just guess.  I have spent all weekend washing the few wearable outfits that came with the set and running conditioner through the hair to de-mat and de-tangle.  Now they look almost new, and everyone has an outfit.  I didn't make the three t-shirts on the end, or Barbie's stockings, but everything else is pretty much "sew a straight line and stuff Barbie into the outfit."  Woodjie also got some man-dolls as he calls them.  I will show them to you later.

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  1. I remember making Barbie clothes for my daughter. A tiny flower bead bracelet became a Lei and a hankie tied around the waist became a sarong. A ribbon tied around the boobs and voila! Hawaiian Barbie. Most of the time our one Barbie sat on a shelf, my girls weren't really into dolls.

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    1. There are so many creative ways to dress these dolls! I wish they weren't all so... extremely disproportional, though...

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  2. Well done on the doll clothing. I can remember making Barbie Doll clothes for my girls.. and I know I will NEVER make any more! It's torturous.

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    1. Awwwww... coming from you, this is a HUGE compliment! You have so many other crafts at home, besides. :)

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