Here is Judith's doll
SUSAN BETH 23 1/2 to 24" HORSMAN 1958 Baby Doll
that was bought long ago by her loving mother.
She will be brought back to like new body wise.
Come back often to our Doll Hospital and view her
progress. Please see our request below:
Hubby wants to go inside the neck and try to push out
the side that is caved in. We will succeed in it
Bit of Heat and an old clean shirt stuffed inside and
there ya go!
Full Tummy And A New Leg And
Foot! Airbrushing and blushing next.
eyes are actually dark, dark blue. Parts "Leg
Doll" Eye was not hazed..just soap on it from
bathtub. Perfect eyes!
other doll did not have drinking tube like yours.
Taken late at
night. Looks darker and paint still wet. Color
matches original eyebrows.
Will be feathering the hair around the face later
on. She is looking like a real baby now. Different
rooms, different artificial lighting. See the
difference? She looks so sad below.
We copied the color from the good
parts doll here made by Horsman that has the identical
head mold and hair but our parts doll was in a bathtub
a lot also. Paint a bit faded on her also.
Feathering the hair around the face and sides will
make it look more real. Have to wait a day or so
to make sure it is dry, then we will seal it.
I bought these today
along with lil yellow satin roses like Lois put on her
slip and panties. These are all white, no color
in them. Maybe one yellow flower on top in the middle
circle of each bootie?
Hair feathered the best I could, Not
perfect but Dr. Hubby does not have the paint mixture
anymore. At least she does not appear to have had her
hair dyed and left a dyeing area around her hair
line...giggle A Bonnet would be nice.
She has a birth mark on her
cheek. We did everything we knew how to get it
off but decided not to ruin her trying as she is definitely
your Susan Beth, No Doubt about it.