Just a quick tutorial or tip on making a doll size head piece for Halloween – Cat’s ears, Devil’s Horns, crowns… etc
Went on and designed a few silly masks for regular playscale fashion dolls like Barbies to print at home 😀
Or, just for fun, or to tease your guinea pig (oh don’t tease guinea pigs…) or print out 50% to get dollhouse scale.
I know they don’t look like much, but took hours for me to make them… I may refine them later and update, but then again, there’s only so many free hours in a day so I thought better share now as otherwise I might forget…
Pirates masks! Ninja masks! Kabuki Mask!
Animal half masks! Black cat, tiger, bat, dog, lizard and ofcourse, pig and a fly.
Hero masks. Plain hero masks, just add glitter 😀
//not for resale or Re-upload! Feel free to share with link to the original, please 🙂
Print on thicker paper/cardstock. The original is postcard size, approx 10x15cm /4×6” so make sure you’re printing 100% and NOT fit to page otherwise you’ll end up with huge masks! Unless, you want 1/3 masks for SD BJD, then choose to print Fit to page, it might work, let me know! 😀 Though the print quality may be very poor if printed bigger, I re-scaled these to allow easy print in their intended size.
Don’t have a printer?
Made them available as higher resolution greeting cards on Cafepress, should you not have a printer, or maybe someone might find this a nice idea for a combined birthday card including a little gift. The card is folded so you can still write your message there and it won’t get cut 🙂 And honestly, if I’d go and print these to sell, the price would be much higher than cafepress cards…
How to make?
Tutorial coming later! Craft should be easy enough to make without instructions, but there are a few tips and tricks I’d like to share to make sure you won’t get frustrated with this tiny craft – it can be tricky making delicate little masks, so hoping to make video tutorial next week-end.
Stay tuned on this blog and Merineiti youtube channel!
Ps. you can always wish for a craft!
Pps. Yes, I think I’m whimsical enough to make a few celebrity masks available (to print at home only) to your dolls to wear 😀 which celebrity would you want as a miniature mask?
Video tutorials for Vampire Halloween costume for fashion dolls are up!
Here you can find and print out the Free Fashion Doll Clothes Pattern 3 piece vampire costume: corset, cape, skirt.
Part 1: How to sew a cape:
Part 2: How to sew the (mermaid) skirt:
Part 3: How to sew the doll corset
I might later make a video on how to sew neater/finer version of the corset as this one is for felt/pvc faux leather or fabrics that do now fray.
Bonus video of accessories may also be broadcast later this month, so Subscribe to merineiti youtube channel to not miss out 🙂
How to sew Halloween costume cape for fashion dolls and figurines – yes, the size works for 1/6 scale action figures as well.
I tried to make this as simplified as I could… You can make it no-sew cape too, and use fabric glue.
This is part 1 of 3 for How to make vampire halloween costume for fashion dolls youtube video tutorials.
Parts 2 and 3 are for how to sew doll corset and skirt. Possible accessories video may come later this month, so feel free to make requests if you’d like to know how to make something halloween themed 🙂
You can also use the same tutorial to sew the Fashion Doll Witch cape pattern from last year.
As promised, the winner of the Halloween costume poll gets a pattern!
The winner is… VAMPIRES!
This is part 1 of 3 (+extra 4 for accessories may appear later in the month) Other parts will be published during weekend!
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Wanted to go for a more traditional, Victorian / Dracula / hammer horror movies inspired vampire costume for fashion dolls.
The costume patterns are for the cape, mermaid/vampire skirt and corset!
The corset top has three sizes, one for the traditional 11inch wasp waist doll, modern barbie doll and monster high size.
The skirt is barbie size, but can be fitted for smaller figures if you take in the seams.
The cape is pretty much universal, but you may wish to cut the neckline a little smaller for tiny dolls.
If you want a slightly longer cape, you can print the Witch cape pattern from last year!
Maybe tutorials for Halloween Accessories will be inspired, so please subscribe blog / merineiti youtube channelto not miss out 🙂
PATTERNS UNDER THE CUT:
The video is finally up! So many things went wrong, original footage didn’t work, recording app didn’t function (I usually record with phone, it’s better than my laptop) and what not… Quickly wrote closed captions in English, in the case the sound is an issue, so click on CC to enable/disable the captions 🙂
Feel free to like, comment and subscribe, the next video will be up 1st of October and it is HALLOWEEN special! (Well, most likely I try to upload the video on 29-30th to allow time to fix any issues and write captions, but it will be available on this blog on 1st, youtube subcribers may see it before that)
No printable fashion doll clothes patterns this time, as the pieces are simple rectangles! All you need is a ruler 🙂
Trying to get a video up later, feel free to ask questions… This is the skirt part, previously tutorial to upper part of Rococo dress for monster high doll.
Basically, altering the size of the rectangles, you can make this to fit any doll. The waist piece is the one that matters – it should be at least an inch/2.5cm bigger than your doll’s waist to allow small seam allowance and overlap.
Other pieces do not matter as much, as long as they are wider than the widest part of your doll, and the length is to your liking. So you can make the skirt fuller, or smaller. You can make this style shorter or longer, or sew more tiers of ruffles instead of just one.
Pieces for Monster High skirt:
8cm x 3.5cm (cut two)
13cm x 30cm
5cm x 90cm
Fashion Doll ruffled skirt tutorial under the cut – lots of pictures! Continue reading