Fun with Pullip Make It Own MIO Kits

I’m addicted. I can admit that. When and jpgroove got Pullip Make it Own (MIO) kits back in stock, I went a little crazy. For awhile it felt like my workstation was a doll shop, and I was Gepetto. (Creepy? Maybe.) IMG_1710 FullSizeRender

There is nothing that can compare with a brand new, fabulously expensive Pullip Doll, except for maybe a doll you create from your own imagination. This process is very time-consuming and requires patience, but the end result is something you can really be proud of. Here are of few of my girls: lenore IMG_1867 FullSizeRender_1 FullSizeRender_2 IMG_1800 FullSizeRender_1 (2)   gomorra  Sept.28.2014 358

If you’re interested in learning how to make your own Pullip, check out the video I put together:

3 thoughts on “Fun with Pullip Make It Own MIO Kits

  1. Super cute girls! 🙂

    The eye chips on the first girl is very pretty.

    And that blue pullip is so kooky, love her and her hair! how did you accomplish that?


    1. She’s spacey, right? Haha… You can tell the crazier ones were my true “practice” Pullips. 🙂 Nebula’s “hair” is thin steel wire twisted and then super glued through tiny holes in her head. The holes were made using a teeny drill bit. Thanks for the kind words!!

  2. What a lovely and unique collection you have created. They all each have personality. I have to say the one with the freckles and polka dot eyelids is adorable.

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