dolls and pets

I can’t wait to be able to wake up with daddy in bed with me 😊😊😊 🌺don’t tag my post as sfw 🌺

Daddy owns me! Only daddy! He is da best! Nite Nite evurywun hoo is up!

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A new shoot by Anna Morozova.

There is a 9 cm (at withers) three-headed dog (Cerberus or Fluffy for someone) by Walloya Morring and Pamela EID by Iplehouse.

Check out more photos by Anna Morozova here https://www.flickr.com/photos/96620351@N02/

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So this morning I was talking to @ithilienbjd​ about a hamster I made a few years ago out of pipe cleaner fuzzies (I covered a pet-shaped plastic base in glue then added fuzz I shaved off of pipe cleaners to it).

Anyway, I don’t think I’ve shared these photos on Tumblr before so… ta-da! I also made the cage and pet accessories. The cage is a plastic tub originally for herbs that I poked holes in, the water is a clear pen cap filled with hot glue and a paper clip tip, the “wheel” is cut from a hair roller, and the food dish is a small button filled with tiny beads.

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Here are Lily and Sam the cat-unicorns and they are unique bjds (the doll were performed in a single copy). Lily and Sam are close friends (but Sam secretly loves Lily) and they have come from Walloya Morring world to our one. Lily is afraid of everything here and that’s great that brave Sam is always near and ready to defend her and he also helps her to overcome her fear.

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Hi everyone! Let’s I just tell you about design of magnet-jointed doll and then I’ll tell you everything about Dexter the kitten and the whole collection of kittens. Otherwise it will be a too long text.

So we called these dolls magnet-jointed (or MJD for short) because of its magnetic joints. There is no elastic at all, magnets instead of it. That’s possible thanks to small but powerful magnets. In this case a doll become more playable and you don’t need to think of elastic. Magnetic joints allow a doll to be flexible enough and keep poses very well. For example, Dexter the kitten can stand, lie, sit, stand on rear paws (see in the pics). Heads are removable thanks to magnetic system that was developed by us for our BJD pets in 2014.

Here is some main features of MJD:
- simple design
- good flexible (poseable)
- great keeping poses
- removable heads
- full playable doll
- allowed to children older than 7 years

The Five Times You See Bucky Barnes Shirtless

Word Count: 3,408

Warnings: Slight smut.

A/N: Another re-post! :D 


The first time you see Bucky Barnes without his shirt, you almost drop the steaming mug of coffee you’re bringing into the lab. Tony has him sitting back on an examination chair and Bucky smiles at you before his face contorts in confusion. Your eyes are wide and you look like the literal personification of a deer in headlights.

“Hey, Y/N, are you okay?” he asks.

You nod, gulping thickly and adopting a nonchalant façade. You send him a smile. “Tony tinkering with your arm? Be careful with him, Barnes.”

He chuckles as Tony directs a glare at you before he looks down at your feet.

“Did you just drop half of your coffee on my pristine floors?” Tony asks, absolutely scandalized.

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Taobao order arrived today! Among smaller accessory-type goodies were these two.

I’ve been looking forward so much to this green mutant hairball’s arrival! My Three-eyed Tree Rabbit from Patchmist <3 They even included two free pairs of their magnetic ear parts which are gorgeous - rabbit ears and the biggest pair of mouse ears ever. Such a generous surprise! 

And I’m totally blown away by how cute Island Doll’s Nuan Nuan is (in Island Skin). He’s a way tinier sheepy than I realised, which means my original hybrid plans won’t work. But that’s okay - he’s lovely!