Done and dusted! I placed an order for a basic tan May with Satyr parts. It was such a hard decision, I really wanted the mint but I'm just really leery to order an unseen resin colour. I'm sure I'm going to regret it though.

I also really wanted the fullset but I didn't want Pano and there was no option to change the faceplate so, yup.

I'm super happy I've managed to snap up a fullset bunny outfit and shoes! I'm really looking forward to this doll's arrival!

Image from Fairyland 
Wandered around and took a few photos over the long weekend. Apparently you're not allowed to walk across train tracks as it's considered trespassing (on those particular tracks not the land to either side of the tracks) so we did get into a bit of trouble for walking across some tracks out in the middle of nowhere. Unfortunately I don't have a photo said lonely rail road tracks because, State Trooper.


Mistelle is finally all finished up and ready to head home. Originally I wanted to film the faceup but she's so small it ended up being difficult to keep her in focus, I ended up redoing the first faceup I gave her anyway so I guess it's moot. I did have the hubby film me stringing her back together again, which was actually a lot harder than I anticipated as she's just so small!

Anyway, I hope you like how she turned out, she is an adorable wee thing and I don't think I've done her as much justice as she deserves but I did my best. ♥♥♥ Really loved having her in the house! It will be sad to send her home.

The clothes are part of her original outfit from Enaibi.




I posted these on Facebooka and Tumblr and such but I thought I'd add it to the blog too for those that don't follow the other stuff.

Sometimes new folks stumble onto the blog and don't understand exactly what I do to a doll head, or just how blank a head is before I hit it with the paintbrush.


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