She is Aurora, who is a unicorn-inspired Blythe doll. She is my first unicorn Blythe and I’m very proud of her:) To make her horn I used epoxy clay. To color it I used metallic and pearlescent paint, also some shimmers and gloss varnish. I used the same metallic paint on her face so she is very sparkly and magical. She is wearing two of my realistic eyechips and two of my fantasy eyechips, so all of her eyechips are changed. I also changed her pulling cord. Now it is fitting her unicorn-being better:)
You can adopt Aurora from my webpage https://unniedolls.com/shop/blythe106/
or Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/listing/898623800/
Today I finished customizing this beautiful lady:) The base is Clawdia Wolf from the Monster High. I named her Ciara❤ she has long nylon reroot (rose petal color), sanded body and repainted face. She is wearing a long dress and pink shoes😍
Adopt her from my Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/listing/889317280/
Meet Tove💗 she is a genuine Blythe doll (Lumi Demetria). Her name was given by @tuulentaival 🤗 Tove’s face is carved and sanded. I gave her a new faceup and a cute haircut:) She has a new body too (Obitsu 24).
Zurie is a ghost inspired, customized Ever After High doll. The base is Madeline Hatter. She is the second (and last) Halloween doll this year. Her name means “lovely and white”. I think this name really suits her:)
To reroot her head I used two shades of white nylon hair. For her dress, I used gauze bandage and white cotton fabric. The Wiccan sign on her head means “horned god”.
You can buy this ghost girl from my shops
Mona is a customized Monster High doll. She was Clawdeen Wolf before. After the reroot I was thinking to make horns for her, so I used her ears as the base of the horns. For the horns, I used epoxy clay. By the way, this doll is a collaboration with H. Ali Crafts, my first doll of the two. The second doll is coming soon:)