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The first part of the BJDcollectasy Halloween project shows how to make custom fabric for a project. The tutorial was assembled by doll fashion designer Charie Wilson. The project can be seen HERE. The outfit made from Charie’s material along with two other dolls dressed for Halloween by Spampy Stuff, will be shown next Sunday.
New face-up project! This tutorial shows you how to face-up a Junga Toy skull. The skull is made to fit a variety of SD size dolls. The project is easy to do. Video tutorial can be found HERE.
The Fairy House Project shows tiny dwellings created from a wide variety of materials made for a garden show. Check out the video and photos of the homes made by different artists for the project, and see how some of the pieces made by BJDcollectasy can be shared with tiny dolls.The article can be found HERE.
Shelly at Ersa Flora designed a special series of fantasy eyes that can be used to transform your doll for Halloween. Take a look at the article and video HERE!
A new tiny doll company opened this spring, Dream High Studio. The doll artist Donny Harijanto from Indonesia has released a series of intricately made tiny dolls. BJDcollectasy’s interview with the artist can be seen HERE.
Article on some of the latest trends in smaller BJDs (under 30 cm tall). Check it out at BJDcollectasy HERE.
Doll Artist Bo Bergemann has started her own company for her BJD baby and toddler dolls. As she prepares to formally launch her company at The Doll Expo in North Carolina, she talks about her past work, her new-found love of resin dolls, and her excitement at seeing her customers personalize her sculpts. Her article can be seen HERE
Interview with a rperesentative form Chinese company Angell studio about their anniversary celebration and big plans for the future. Check it out HERE.
Dr. Judy of the Doll Peddlar shop writes about what it takes to prepare for running a sales table at a doll show. Lots of photos are included. Check out the article HERE.
The new doll Mimi and both micro mini dolls Squee and Boo are open for pre-order at Luxour Academy. 10.5 cm tall Mimi is a limited edition. Her full name is Mimi the Fire Maiden. She is cast in white resin and will be sold as a basic doll with a pair of random color eyes and a free face-up.
5 cm tall Squee and Boo are both available in white resin. Each doll can be ordered with a choice from two heads (normal and giggle) or optionally both heads can be purchased with the dolls. A face-up for Squee and Boo dolls is also optionally available for an additional fee.
All the dolls are designed and made by doll artist Donny Harijanto of Dream High Studio. Luxour Academy is the exclusive seller for the company’s dolls.
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