I just gave my daughter's rather worn bendy doll a makeover. I am really pleased with the results! It looks better than new now. I made a tutorial for any one else wondering how to do the same. http://s-thefiveofus.blogspot.com/2012/09/tutorial-bendy-doll-makeover.html
My blog, where I write about homeschooling, crafting, and just about everything else:
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My Etsy shop, where I sell Waldorf inspired, natural toys: www.etsy.com/shop/SteppingStoneToys
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