DECEMBER 2018 ~ Gift #3

Hello, hello, Internet~Land! Tonight’s surprise is something for the youngsters! Here we have a Color-Cut-and-Glue Craft. It’s all the pieces to create a cute little girl & boy all dressed and ready to play in the snow. I always recommended my students color before they cut. That way, going outside lines won’t wrinkle the pieces. Once cut, the pieces can be glued or taped together, but I always liked to assemble them with brads, so the arms and legs can move and be posed. Have fun hanging them on the frig or a window! Just click on the link to open the PDF file so you can save or print it!

Snow Buddies

Snow Buddies

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DECEMBER 2018 ~ Gift #2

Good evening, Internet~Land! It’s time for the second gift of Christmas! This is the Basic Pattern Set for the 56cm Male Vinyl BJD type doll. I’m posting his picture beside the pattern set, so you will have an idea of what kind of doll he is. I really liked his face. I’ve been debating whether or not I will turn him into Naruto. Still undecided. In the mean time, here are some basic pieces for you to come up with your own very cool designs! The FREE PDF Download is already posted on my “Ready To Print” page, so all you have to do is click on that page in the menu tabs at the top, click on the pattern name to open, then print or save. Enjoy & I’ll be back in a couple days with the next surprise!

DECEMBER 2018 ~ Gift #1

Welcome, Internet~Land friends, to The Twelve Gifts of Christmas!

Yes, it’s that time of year again, and today we’re starting off the fun with a new Basic Pattern Set! This set is for the 50cm Obitsu vinyl/plastic doll. She is wonderfully poseable, and holds a stance on her metal plate stand with magnets in her feet. With all the pattern sets that have been done for the resin BJDs, I though she was a bit neglected. I do not have a Smart Doll or Dolfie Dream, so I’m not sure about comparing them for sizing. I think they are a bit larger than this gal of mine, so maybe you could simply print out this pattern and then enlarge it a bit to get the pieces to fit. The Obitsu also has a unique figure ~ with a very small bust & waist, and then larger hips and thighs. Be sure to test the pieces on a scrap fabric to see where alterations might be needed for your particular doll. The PDF File is available for you on my “Ready To Print” page, and I’ll add the photo of the pattern after the video link. Happy December and Happy Sewing!

50cm Obitsu Basic Set