Baby Dolls

Katie Kinsman

I did a little sorting and rearranging of some of my artwork I have for sale. I went through the small Model Magic dolls to see what I had left, and to decide whether or not I wanted to chuck them, or keeping them and attempting to sell them. I had quite a few little humanoid baby dolls left over and wondered why they hadn’t sold.

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I decided to restring them, because I felt the moving joints for the arms and legs were a little wibbly-wobbly. I had originally used DMC embroidery floss and tiny buttons to attach the moveable limbs. The climate here is very dry, and I noticed that as the Model Magic clay continued to dry it shrank just enough to make the arms and legs not as tight as they had been originally. This could be a reason why they weren’t selling. They looked flimsy and…

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