I am sorry to say that I am running out of room for more Barbies in my home. My husband can't keep up on the shelf making so I have decided to try my hand at rerooting. I would like to take some of my "second hand" dolls that I have purchased at thrift stores and do a few makeovers. My only problem is I have never tried any reroots just repaints and that did not turn out so well. Does anyone have any tips on rerooting?
What it looks like is that her head is the same as the picture you s howed me on Flicr. then a thin rubber type mask with the face and hair goes over the top.
You may be able to roll this off if you run it under hot water - but I have never done this before.
"I have been working on trying to make a cloche hat from the twenties for Tiny Kitty Collier and for 16" dolls. To me, this is one of the corner stones to creating a good roaring 20's, great Gatsby kind of look. "