Another Custom Wig

Recently, I made a new wig for my Peppermint Asleep Eidolon, but I found some new doll hair at a local second-hand store and decided to make her another wig. I'm not sure what kind of hair it is, but I have attached a pic of the package, originally made in Virgina Beach. The new wig has longer hair, which I may trim to even it out a bit. It reminds me of a blond version of that beautifully crazy hair of Merida from Brave. Perhaps I should find some pretty red hair and have my own little Merida. Look out for that little outfit she is wearing. It will be appearing in the Etsy shop very soon. I'll be doing quite a bit of 16 cm doll clothing from here on out.

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Disney of the World, namely Japan (part 2)

Here is part 2 of the exploring Disney merchandise in Japan. I recently came across the Disney Dollcena dolls and, I have to admit, I bought a couple. Perhaps it is my personal taste, but it seems like Japanese Disney products tend to be more creative and seem less like mass produced box store merchandise where the same graphic is repeatedly slapped onto a t-shirt. The dolls are a collaboration between Tomy and Disney. Many more kinds of dolls are available than pictured. They seem to be about the size of a mini Pullip doll. I noticed the Dollcenas' eyes open and close.

Starting left to right and then clockwise: Captain Jack Sparrow (Pirates Adventure), Alice of Alice in Wonderland (Milky Girl), Chip (Nuts Mania C), Christmas version of Jack Skellington (What Is Christmas?!), Mickey Mouse fan (I Love the Mouse), and Marie from Aristocats (Miu Miu Ribbon).

Some of the other dolls not pictured include Cinderella, Belle, Donald Duck, Chicken Little, Woody (from Toy Story), Winnie the Pooh, Stitch, and several more.

I personally hope to acquire Nuts Mania C. The characters Chip and Dale have a stronger hold on the Japanese market than they do in America, so there are always fun imports to discover.

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