Baking with Brinlie - My new Customized Blythe Doll
I finished my 4th Blythe Doll. Her name is Brinlie. Blythe dolls were originally made in the 70s. These 12 inch dolls have a string in the back of the head to change their eyes to 4 different colors.
I sanded her face and backplate. I carved her lips, nose, noseholes, phyltrum, chin and the area above her lips. I did a faceup with new lip color, freckles, color around the eyes, blush. She got new eyelashes and I painted her eyelids blue with roses. I added a pull cord and charm to make her sleepy eyes, corrected her gaze, and boggled the eyes.
She has a pink mixer with pink icing in the bowl.
My Mom thinks all my Blythe dolls look like naughty, tantrum throwing, stubborn little girls. LOL! :D
I made the pants and apron.
I had these boots. They were hot pink to begin. I painted them to have a more shabby chic look.
Her body is a Licca body. The legs bend and are pose-able. And the arms are really flexible.
Her pink mixer has a bowl filled with pink icing.
She has long blonde Alpaca hair. This hair comes from Princess, a Grand Champion Alpaca. I got it from ShangriLaRanch on Etsy.
Thanks for coming over and visiting with Brinlie!
♥ Brinlie is on her way home to meet her new Mom, Cindy! Thanks for adopting her Cindy! ♥