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Botticelli  -if I had $450 to burn on a pair of shoes, I'd buy these "Asti" model shoes from the NYC shoe icon.

Botticelli -if I had $450 to burn on a pair of shoes, I'd buy these "Asti" model shoes from the NYC shoe icon.

How to make Doll Diapers and Wipes case. These make fabulous handmade gifts for little girls!

Baby Doll Diapers and Accessories TUTORIAL {Guest Blogger: Christina from 2 Little Hooligans}

Cool Steampunk DIY Ideas - DIY Elvish Pauldrons - Easy Home Decor, Costume Ideas, Jewelry, Crafts, Furniture and Steampunk Fashion Tutorials - Clothes, Accessories and Best Step by Step Tutorials - Creative DIY Projects for Adults, Teens and Tweens

30 Creatively Cool Steampunk DIYs

Cool Steampunk DIY Ideas - DIY Elvish Pauldrons - Easy Home Decor, Costume Ideas, Jewelry, Crafts, Furniture and Steampunk Fashion Tutorials - Clothes, Accessories and Best Step by Step Tutorials - Creative DIY Projects for Adults, Teens and Tweens

Pack each days clothes in one baggie. OR pack each outfits accessories in each baggie ( earrings, purse, scarf, stockings, hair accessories, etc)

Ziploc Bag Packing

Pack each days clothes in one baggie. OR pack each outfits accessories in each baggie ( earrings, purse, scarf, stockings, hair accessories, etc)

Dolls, Doll Clothes & Accessories DVD - Includes over 500 patterns for dolls big and small! Available at Maggie's Crochet

Totes & Bags

Dolls, Doll Clothes & Accessories DVD - Includes over 500 patterns for dolls big and small! Available at Maggie's Crochet

Kim Goodwin’s One-of-a-Kind custom Marilyn Monroe dolls. Using the Franklin Mint doll as a vinyl “form,” Kim strips it down to basics and starts fresh. He skillfully and meticulously adds hair, make-up, clothing and accessories specific to Marilyn’s character and costume in each film. He doesn’t sew, but brilliantly finds ways to approximate Marilyn’s original movie costumes. These dolls are not for sale.

Kim Goodwin’s One-of-a-Kind custom Marilyn Monroe dolls. Using the Franklin Mint doll as a vinyl “form,” Kim strips it down to basics and starts fresh. He skillfully and meticulously adds hair, make-up, clothing and accessories specific to Marilyn’s character and costume in each film. He doesn’t sew, but brilliantly finds ways to approximate Marilyn’s original movie costumes. These dolls are not for sale.

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