22" Saucy Walker's Doll By: Ideal
doll has been sanded and Air Brushed with
our special Saucy Walker blended
paint. She has had her eyes repaired
and polished. eye shadow, blushing, and lips
refreshed and shiny. Her eye lids (socket)
have been painted to match her body.
Her hair has been cleaned and re-styled into
the Saucy braids. Her arms have been
painted and hands blushed and re-strung with
our Surgical Elastic Cord Tubing. Her
clothing is new and made by Lois firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are including a new Kaiser Doll Stand and
a Replica hang tag. She looks
wonderful for display.
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We soaked her hair in very
hot water and then shampooed it. Then we
applied the shampoo and conditioner.
What a difference. Her bangs have been
trimmed and the short hair on her right side
was tucked under the longer hair.
The eyes have been polished
and repaired and we painted the very rusty
metal eye sockets in our Saucy Color instead
of gray as they were before. They are
hanging up-side-down to dry in this photo.
Girl is all one Special Blended
Saucy Color painted now. She
will look brand new.
difference eye shadow can make in
these dolls. Makes the eyes
look like they have depth. In
her photos above you can see the
difference. Years ago this was
the big thing to have deep set eyes.
It was considered a beauty trait.
Also incase many do not know why the
red dots at the corner of the eyes.
From my own stage appearance in the
60's we would all have to put red
dots in the corner of our eyes to
make the eyes look normal from a
distance and not cross-eyed or
running together. I suppose
these little make-up tactics also
carried over on the dolls of that
time We also applied her cheek
blushing. She will look brand
new when she is finished.
her eyes look wonderful? We
have inserted the platforms to
insure no future eye rolling and
New eye shadow is gorgeous and
drying!! Her body is put back
together and saturated in silicone
and that is why she is up-side-down.
No silicone leaking onto her new
painted body surfaces. It
dries fast. Oh how I want to
see her all finished. We got
in my favorite outfit that you
ordered from Lois and IT IS
GORGEOUS!!! I had no idea that
you chose that one I love so much.
Still waiting on her shoes.
This is 8-14-09 and we will allow
this shadow to dry for about two
days, then she will be put back
together completely and hopefully
her shoes and socks will be here by
then. If you should change her
clothing at a later date make sure
that you do not put her on her new
stand without the torso being
covered, That is not her stand in
the photo and the wire on her leg is
very lose but on her new stand the
wire will be around her waist
and it will scratch her paint if it
is not covered. ( Just a reminder)
Doll's Face!! She will be
worth your waiting. We
received her shoes and socks today
and will attempt the re-stringing
and completion on Wednesday.
We want to make double sure that
this gloss that covers the shadow
and blushing now, as we did not use
it on the first application, will be
a complete hardened dry. This
will prevent the accidental
scratches across the painted areas
now. As you can see she does
not appear to have been restored,
she looks like she looked right from
the factory. Same color of
bushings our original doll head's
blushing. We have become
attached to her and are very proud
of what she will look like when dry.
You will be thrilled. Thank
you for your patience. Today is