I had wrote it as a comment but thought I would post it as it’s own topic to see if any of you lovely people had an idea how to do it.
"Do you ever do designs on your creations???
I wanna make my Sister a Clover fairy with roses like on the thigh or maybe the arm… but not sure how I would do it. My Sister draws roses really well and I want to make a stencil for it out of one of her drawings. Any idea how to go about it?"
So does anyone know how I could make a stick on stencil out of a rose drawing that wouldnt rip paint off? lol
Thanks for any ideas
Maybe do it like a tattoo? Or brand it in like they did to witches?
Wonder if you can actually tattoo it??? Hubby has a tattoo machine… Not sure if it works but maybe… hmmmm
Has anyone personally stuck anything like type or contact paper or anything to a painted kit then peeled it off??? lol
I vote for the tat machine!
Right cause we all know how well the kits and ink do together! lol
Someone must have tried this!!! Right???
It would take forever but what about GHSP and a needle? Old old old tattoos… lol
Or… Have we entered uncharted territory???
Well Hubby said he only has black ink…
Hmmm. I may have to try it by hand… and GHSP…
You should have seen his face when I was asking about tatooing a doll! hahaha
I think the paint will remain under the skin( vinyl) I can’t wait to see this!!!
I’m interested in hearing how this turns out.
I’m assuming the rose would be small. You could make a stencil out of blue painters tape. It won’t pull off the paint.
@Blissfulbabies did designs on her fairy. There r pics on reborns.com. Maybe she could help.
This sounds interesting…but risky . Maybe try tat on a practice vinyl first before ruining a kit you love. Personally I love the idea of “marking” your baby with a “signature” birthmark. Yours could be a sweet rose . I have seen in the past , the early days of reborning, artists would free hand a little heart on the heel of their dolls foot.
If you look at the gallery photos I believe the Clover sleeping fairy has tattoos.
I think using a stencil and the filling it in with paint would work!