ghoulia custom

almost 1000 likes for my apple white custom doll photo on

https://www.instagram.com/dollvirus/

i am sooo happy :-)

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In celebration of Pride Month I tries to make My Ghoul Ghoulia into every color but I suck at making outfits so it took me a while. I did notice that she looks amazing in every color!!! I am trying to make one doll for every doll line that didn’t include my Ghoul. So for I have:
Music Festival (Yellow)
Freaky Field Trip (Purple)
Creepateria (Pink).

💜💛💚💙❤

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Finally all my custom dolls are here! I hope you liked it. :D You can tell me What is your favourite ghoul and why, i appreciate your opinion, so. What is your favourite custom doll? ^^

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Please say hello to Hanako! :)

Ever since I remade a Draculaura doll in Decora style, I’d been wanting to revisit the world of Japanese fashion. Shironuri style is incredibly inspiring. A little bit Victorian, a little bit ghostly and dreamlike… Ideally Ghoulia’s face would’ve become pure white for this style, but I liked how she looked in gray enough. I’ll be revisiting this style with white faced dolls, for sure. :)

The dress was made by my friend TheQueenofKawaii - etsy.com/shop/tqokstudio  -  I made Hanako’s sweater and accessories, and repainted her incredibly detailed shoes. All the lace and trims used on her are very old; they came from my sister’s boyfriend’s mother, who said they belonged to her mom! Her best estimate of their origin was around the 1940′s, or perhaps even earlier. I love old things. :)

I’m in love with Hanako, and can’t wait for her to find the perfect new home! :D

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Ghoulia Yelps OOAK by Olesya
Via Flickr:
Custom by Толмачева Светлана stage-props.livejournal.com/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/31714680@N03/21541361373/in/dateposted/

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Lineage2 - Moonlight Sentinel by Melenka
Via Flickr:
my IG www.instagram.com/mrs_melenka/

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I made Marie a new outfit for Canada Day.  I made her top and pants using a pattern from NG Creations.  You can’t really see her pants, but the skirt fabric is a bit see-through, so I thought she should wear something under it (they’re just red felt with some black ribbon along the bottom).  The skirt is made from a Canada Day scarf I found at the dollar store.  It’s a veeeery cheap fabric; I was worried I might wreck it before I even got to take photos of it, but it’s held up okay *phew*  I like how this look turned out.  It’s nice to get her out of the winter dress she’d had on since Christmas too :)