Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Tokidoki Inspired OOAK

I want to share with you all an OOAK that I created for my very dear friend for her 50th Birthday.  I wanted to make this one an extra special day for her because I remembered how turning 50 for me was totally awesome!  I didn't do anything extravagant, but I had a "pamper me" girls weekend with most of my closes friends.  We spent the entire extended weekend doing things such as...massages, nails salon, breakfast, lunch, dinner, party, party, party, etc.  It was so full of living, love, and laughter!

She is Tokidoki inspired, created by Diva Designs by Vickey.  I had the most fun creating her.

Here she is MY version of Tokidoki....





  






This is how she began.
I gave her rooted eyelashes, partial repaint (lips)
flocked her hair and added tattoo and jewels to her body.
Her entire outfit was purchased from eBay.


Thanks for stopping by.  Be Blessed!



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    1. Thanks Sergio! I really appreciate that!!

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    1. Thank you olla123! Your comment is most welcome!!

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  3. Now that's freaking cool! How long did you work on her?

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    1. Thanks Muff! It was the easiest OOAK that I have ever created. It took me less than an hour. About 15 minutes on the tats and 45 minutes to do the hair.

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  4. Wow, you did an awesome job on her! How sweet! I was wondering where you got her outfit as I was pretty sure it was an original Tokidoki outfit. Your friend is very lucky! Hope she enjoys her doll and her birthday.

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    1. Thanks so much Phyllis! Yes, I purchased the entire outfit on eBay. I initially planned to make her one with some fabric that I bought that I thought was fitting. I decided one night while surfing evilbay that I would just order the outfit.

      My friend loves her!

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  5. Great OOAK! How did you do the flocked hair?

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    1. Thank you!! I purchased the flocking from restored.com. The flocking is sold for a good price.

      I started by putting glue all over the head. I then sprinkled the flocking all over the head. Next, I repeated the process to give it some height. NOTE: You have to pat it all over to make sure that it is even and not lopsided.

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  6. I'm impressed! She looks amazing! Can you please show her body with the tattoos! I have some folks who need tattoos but I haven't been brave enough to do it! Great Job!

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    1. Thanks Ms. Leo! Unfortunately, I didn't take any pictures of her without her clothes on. She is now in the home of the Birthday Girl. I plan to do another, so I will be sure to take body shots the next time. It is very easy. I purchased the tattoos from Family Dollar, Dollar General or Dollar Tree. You will apply it to the body just as instructed....wet the body (not too much just enough to adhere the tattoo) and place the tattoo face down where ever you would like it. Allow it to attach to the body (like 1 minute) and peel off the paper. It is VERY easy. Try it...you can't go wrong.

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  7. She is gorgeous. Such wonderful work. Rooted eyelashes must have been very tedious. The are beautiful. The tattoos you chose work! I keep looking at her to be sure I haven't missed a detail. Your friend is fortunate to have such a beautiful gift.

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    1. Thanks Jaye!! I really appreciate your sweet comments. Actually, I have been doing eyelashes for a while so they are not as tedious as they use to be.

      My friend loves her. I am sure that she is one of her treasured jewels. :-)

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  8. So cute and original OOAK, congrats, great work :)

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    1. Thanks Neytiri!! I appreciate your lovely comments.

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