miniature doll kit in stock

Miniature Doll Kit

Victoria Miniature Doll by Gina Bellous

 

Victoria

I have 1 beautiful miniature doll kit in stock right now.  She is Victoria, made from my original mold.  Victoria is 5 1/2″ tall and features lovely wavy red hair styled in an up-sweep with tiny ringlets framing her face.  She has stunning green eyes and has an antique lace corset.  $120.00 . Please contact me to purchase her: Contact Gina SOLD  Thank you for your interest in my miniature dolls. 

http://www.ginabellousdolls.com/doll-kits-in-stock/

Victoria Miniature Doll Kit by Gina Bellous

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you all for your continued support.  I am always thrilled to see what you do with the miniature doll kits you purchase.  Please send photos or links to where they can be seen.  If you send me photos of your finished miniature doll kits you have made from my molds or purchased from me I will happily add them to my website.

Good News! Web store is back up and running!

Miniature Doll Laura - Gina BellousI am so happy to report that after a short downtime while the site was upgraded, everything is back up and running smoothly. Thannk you to all who were concerned and let me know.

 

New – “Your Gallery” of Miniature Dolls

Deco Lady Miniature Doll - by Mary WilliamsI have finally had the chance to upload the long awaited “Your gallery” of Dolls Web Page.

 Here is your chance to shine!  All dolls on this page have been made by other doll artists using my original miniature doll molds or painted & blank doll kits.  This is your opportunity to be featured for free on my website.  It is a wonderful way to share in the miniature doll community and see how each artist interprets a doll mold or doll kit.  Visit the page today and get recognized. All of the information is available here:

http://www.ginabellousdolls.com/your-gallery-of-dolls/

Miniature Doll Kits Sold Quickly

Miniature Doll Laura - Gina BellousThank you to everyone who inquired about purchasing the two lovely ladies.  I have been gone for the day.  Upon returning  my mailbox was flooded with requests to purchase them.  I chose the very first person who responded to the post/email.

I will have more kits in the next couple of weeks.  If you haven’t signed up for my mailing list, please use the “newsletter” box to sign up.  Your email will never be given away.  You only need to sign up once

2 Painted Miniature Doll Kits in Stock

Colette Miniature Doll Kit - Gina BellousFrancine Miniature Doll Kit - Gina BellousI have 2 miniature painted doll kits in stock, available for immediate delivery. These little ladies are not available anywhere else.  They are from original molds never released to the public.  Each face is meticulousley handpainted with several separate firings to achieve the fine detail that adds depth and realism  They are 65.00 each plus 6.95 shipping.  They each come with assembly instructions.  You can also opt to have them assembled or wigged by going to my Doll Kit’s Page and scrolling to the bottom to add these services or Email me here: Gina to purchase these doll kits. and add the extra services.  There is only 1 of each available.  This is a great chance to get one of my kits without waiting.

Creative Conundrum

One Of A Kind Miniature Lady Dolls Gina Bellous

 One Of A Kind Miniature Lady Dolls Gina BellousHave you ever been in a Creative Conundrum?  I seem to have so many ideas and so many special, painted doll kits set aside to costume that I can’t seem to decide which one to dress or which costume to do, etc.  It must sound silly to some, but I always make 1 or 2, one of a kind ladies when I am working on my doll kit orders.  I have 6 pretty gals just begging for me to costume them.  I have been working on them for many months already just to get them to this point. Sigh, I don’t know which little lady to create first.  Alas, the poor dears have been banished to solitary confinement and can only dream of stepping out in a new world all dressed and ready for a new adventure.  Does this ever happen to anyone?  You have the most wonderful doll, fabrics, etc. but just can’t seem to settle on what to do with her?  Arrrgh!  It will be fun to see which lady wins!  I think #4 from the left is calling out to me.  Her name is Abigail. Stay tuned…..

Gina Bellous Dolls Signature 3

“Alex” Doll – A Future Bride!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Often times I have a customer who would like me to make a doll in a person’s likeness but cannot afford the fees for a one of a kind sculpted doll.

 

There are other more affordable ways to have a doll made that will resemble a person.  It helps if you have a good repoire with your dollmaker/artist.  They should be willing to work with you to find the right face and talk about options for hair, painting style, gloves, etc.

 

My customer wanted me to make a doll kit that she will dress of her daughter for her wedding.  She did not want a custom sculpted doll.  She chose the face from my selection of doll kits I carry on my website: Gina Bellous Dolls .  After narrowing it down, she chose Lydia from a mold by Stacy Hofman.  I had to agree with her that this was a good choice.  It is a mold that is not available commercially, but has no dropped shoulders.  Her daughter is wearing a strapless gown and her shoulders will be bare so no matter what type of shoulders we chose, there will be a seam showing.

 

This is Alex.  She is such a pretty girl.  After making both dolls, I realize that her hair will be worn down like in the photo so doll #1 with the full arms will work just fine, but I like the face of doll #2.

 

 

I decided to make 2 dolls and let her choose which one she likes best.  To offer a variation of the shoulders I cut the head off of Stacy’s doll and put it on my Victoria body and flattened the bustline a bit.  This gave the doll a nice youthful neckline and  body.  I was able to squeeze her face a bit when I removed it from the mold to make it narrower.

 

 

 

“Alex” Doll – A Future Bride!

Often times I have a customer who would like me to make a doll in a person’s likeness but cannot afford the fees for a one of a kind sculpted doll. 

There are other more affordable ways to have a doll made that will resemble a person.  It helps if you have a good repoire with your dollmaker/artist.  They should be willing to work with you to find the right face and talk about options for hair, painting style, gloves, etc.

My customer wanted me to make a doll kit that she will dress of her daughter for her wedding.  She did not want a custom sculpted doll.  She chose the face from my selection of doll kits I carry on my website: Gina Bellous Dolls .  After narrowing it down, she chose Lydia from a mold by Stacy Hofman.  I had to agree with her that this was a good choice.  It is a mold that is not available commercially, but has no dropped shoulders.  Her daughter is wearing a strapless gown and her shoulders will be bare so no matter what type of shoulders we chose, there will be a seam showing. 

This is Alex. She is such a pretty girl. After making both dolls, I realize that her hair will be worn down like in the photo so doll #1 with the full arms will work just fine, but I like the face of doll #2.

I decided to make 2 dolls and let her choose which one she likes best.  To offer a variation of the shoulders I cut the head off of Stacy’s doll and put it on my Victoria body and flattened the bustline a bit.  This gave the doll a nice youthful neckline and  body.  I was able to squeeze her face a bit when I removed it from the mold to make it narrower.

Sorry I have been away!

Hi,
I have really missed everyone.
So life gets in the way sometimes.  So many things going on and something gets pushed aside!  I have been wigging and assembling so many doll kits that I owe to customers.  I am getting close to being done with them.  I will be posting photos of Chantelle as well as some other ladies as I costume them.
Big Hugs,
Gina

>Check out the Miniature Online Show!

>Hi All,
If you haven’t had a chance to do so, please check out the Miniature Show Online:
http://aminiminiatureshow.weebly.com/

A Mini Miniature Show?

It will be open from now, March 9th until Monday, March 12th.  There are many miniature artisans at the show and shopping is so easy!  Registration is free and i think there may even be door prizes.  There are 4 pages of vendors (I am on page 4).  So many wonderful miniature items to see and drool over!