sabato 9 giugno 2012

Scary couture

Recently I found myself with some spare time (I finished my exams for this session, see you in September university!) and a lot of fabric scraps (due to a big closet cleaning and renewal), so I decided to create some new clothes for my Monster High dolls.
Considering  that the last time I sewed doll clothes I was 8 and I didn't used patterns (in fact the designs are very simple), I'm quite satisfied of how they came out :)
This is my very favourite: a two-pieces set for Operetta, made with some black and white satin ribbon scraps.


A simple black dress with green and gold trimmings for Cleo, the necklace is also handmade (using a piece of a broken bracelet)


A casual minidress for Spectra, who's reading about the latest gossip and trends on the latest issue of CosmoGhouls ( I had a lot of fun taking these pictures :D)


This one is my latest creation, a two-pieces set for Lagoona, with glass beads fringes and a sea-themed belt
(the top is a bit too large, but it is not very visible when worn ^^)


Right now I'm looking for new fabrics and trimmings for my experiments, see you soon with the next batch of clothes!

8 commenti:

  1. I love the clothes you made for your MH dolls! I bought Draculaura for myself. I'll wont tell you my age, but I got a Barby in '64, so you do the mathematics and I used to make clothes for them.

    RispondiElimina
  2. Thank you :) I don't think there are age limits for collecting dolls and making clothes for them,it's funny and you can create wonderful designs with little supplies expenses! (I like your blog and your crafts, I started following you)

    RispondiElimina
  3. Che brava, sono venuti benissimo! Io facevo i vestiti per le Barbie, le bambole e i pelouche da piccola, ma ora preferisco farli a me stessa :P Non che non ami più i pelouche, eh, sono solo vanitosa :D

    RispondiElimina
  4. Anche a me piacerebbe farli per me stessa, ma senza macchina da cucire è dura, almeno quelli per le bambole sono più rapidi ed economici da fare XD

    RispondiElimina
  5. Beautiful post!!!
    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

    RispondiElimina
  6. I love your doll clothes, can you do a tutorial please...especially Operetta's outfit...:)

    RispondiElimina
    Risposte
    1. I'm glad you like my creations :) I was already thinking to do some tutorial,maybe I can start with Operetta's dress!

      Elimina