game of thrones dolls – cersei and tyrion

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The inspiration photo above, the doll below.

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Cersei took ages to finish… The face and hair weren’t hard – I chose a look with a simple hair style so there wasn’t a lot of fiddling to do there, a simple wash and restore messy hair on a used Bratz doll.

The dress however… well that’s another story. I’m not the best at sewing so its always a challenge to make something for the first time. Mind you, it would probably help if I had proper patterns rather than making up my own!

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Next doll is Tyrion. He was great fun to make as he was a challenge… I mean, Bratz dolls don’t come in Tyrion shapes!

This is my inspiration photo.

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And this is the doll:

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I had this brilliant idea to use a baby Bratz doll’s body and Bratz boy head. You can see his size relative to Sansa below:

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Have I ever mentioned how much I enjoy repainting and restyling dolls? Pinterest and YouTube have a lot to answer for!

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2 thoughts on “game of thrones dolls – cersei and tyrion

  1. How do you remove the original face, and what kind of paint do you use to apply a new face to these dolls? You do such a fine job on these.

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    • Trade secrets! LOL I remove the face using acetone and use watercolour pencils and paints to do the new face. 🙂 Its then sealed for protection and gloss is applied where needed for shine. 🙂 I love doing the faces!
      z

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