Funny Bunny Blog

March 21, 2016

The last giveaway!

And for the last giveaway I am offering a prototype of  the “Bunny Dress” for Neo Blythe.

Bunny Dress

You may recognize parts of this dress from the dresses I sold on Blythecon Chicago 2015. This is the last prototype before the production dresses but there are minor differences: The skirt length is longer and less flared. The shoulder straps are separate of satin ribbons (instead for being part of the cut). The bunny head’s ears are a little higher up, covers more of Blythe’s mouth.

Bunny Dress

The Bunny Dress:

Made of cute exclusive Japanese fabric with cheerful green and pink gingham print. The bodice is made of pale yellow cotton broadcloth. (a little inferior in quality than the production ones being coarser fiber) One metal snap button closure in back. Just like with the production dresses there’s a pom pom ball to simulate the bunny’s tail! The shoulder straps are neon color satin ribbon.

The Bunny head. Made of same fabric as the bodice. Iron on vinyl transfer for the eyes and mouth detail as well as the ears. Homemade polymer clay “ribbon bow” as decoration. Clip on the back of the bunny head to rest on the bodice as intended to simulate a full Bunny, or position it on Blythe’s hair!

Please consider that Blythe doll, boots and the Glamourfae headband are not included in the giveaway.

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March 21, 2016

Starting with the fun stuff now!

I am repeating the fun of last time: giveaways of two pattern sets! HOPSCOTCH HAPPY: sewing patterns for neo Blythes, non-seller license.

Booklet cover view

Booklet page view

Enter a comment below here on this page with your name and working email address in the fields and I will add you to the list! On the 31st of March, I am going to use random.org to choose the winners.  The first and the second number to appear would be the winners.

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March 21, 2016

If you go to the shop and buy an electronic postcard you are eligible for one ticket for this raffle! This year I made an coordinated set that I got inspired by Lolita fashion combined with Japanese vintage style/bunka dolls.

Anniversary 2016

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