"Georgine" was previously a Monster High Draculaura doll. Then I got a hold of her, muahahaha...now she is a kind of creepy soubrette who prefers tutus to too much face paint.She and her balloon Rufus like to sit outside the ice cream parlor and freestyle sing to passers-by. Part clown, part candy princess, all sweet! I made the entire outfit from scraps of fabric and some polymer clay, a bit of elastic, thread, and velcro. Each piece is removable- such as the tutu is not attached to the jumpsuit, the hat is not permanently fixed to her head, her shoes come off, just like a regular doll. I would not say I am selling this as a toy- it is selling as ART- and will not really stand up to too much play. So, don't buy it for your child. There are small parts, they could choke or something. I don't know, I don't have kids. Georgine's face was repainted with acrylics and a bit of chalk pastels, as well as matte and shiny sealants. Her tiny fingernails are painted to match Rufus, who is made from a re-purposed plastic easter egg covered in paper mache with gold wire for his string. (He is removable from the stand, and slightly posable as well.) This repaint comes with a signed certificate of authenticity. Many more photos, a list of accessories, and more info can be found on Georgine's page on my website HERE! Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments you may have, and many thanks for looking! To see all my current eBay art auctions, please click HERE!
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