This month is my first anniversary. Here’s my first baby…Owen from February 2018 and my most recent, Tobiah, February 2019. It’s been a great year.
Wow you are so talented your first baby is amazing! Congratulations and Happy Reborning Anniversary
They are both beautiful!
Great progress !!
They’re both beautiful babies!
They both look beautiful.
Thank y’all. Owen was sold to a local lady. I’m going to try to get hold of him one day so I can look at him closely. That hair was ruby red crap. The front was microrooted. But the back was pluggy. I don’t think I varnished him. I don’t even know if the paint was fully cured. He’s probably a hot mess now.
Too funny, I highly doubt that we are really good at believing the worst when half of what we worry about never happens.
Congratulations Katina! Your Tobiah is ‘to dye for’ for me!
And more thanks for bringing me here!
Both are beautiful!
Amazing work! I started last year in March. I thought you had been at this for years!
LOL! That is funny.
Both beautiful babies and you are so talented!!
Can’t wait to see more of your amazing creations as time goes by!! ️
Wow, thats a really good first baby and congrats again on your quick Tobiah sale. May will be my two year anniversary. Ill have to post my poor, ugly, Meg and a new baby
Happy anniversary! Tobiah turned out super cute. I really like him as a girl and the curly hair really suits her personality.
Nice work, great babies, happy one year!
I just realized I’ve been a year too. But I can’t root like you do :). It amazes me anyone attempting to root their first reborn.
Y’all are all super sweet. Technically…I used to do reborn Berenguers way back when that first started. But the painting was nothing like it is now. We basically painted the inside of the vinyl with acrylic paint and blushed the outside. I used blue ink pens from the inside for veins. I did root. But all we had was ruby red quality mohair and 36 gauge needles. Those heads were hard. And it took a lot of effort to make it not look pluggy. So, it was pretty easy to learn rooting this time around. This whole method is so much more rewarding than the original method was. ️
Yeah I bet that was plug city. I’m experiencing that now for the first time rooting a head. I might die lol. I miss my prisma hair but I will get this done and it’s only a preemie. I’m using a 40g I think right now. I love her curly hair!! Curly is my favorite probably because my hair is so straight lol
Have you tried spiral needles? They are great for learning. A 42 gauge spiral is pretty thin, but very sturdy. And they grab hair every time.