It looked like lightning. A red crackle across a flesh-coloured sky.
Work makes me a drone. I hide behind this ridiculous pep energetic nasty facade and it makes me sick how well I can pull it off. I mean I’m still randomly bitey and snark-mouthed….that can’t be helped I’m afraid, but…..ugh. I don’t get how people genuinely live for jobs like these.
About time, I know. Especially since I made a post about making dolls what seems like a year ago. I have made them, I just need to make clothes. That bit just takes a little while longer because I hand stitch majority of the outfits. It’s a little personal goal of mine to post at least 3 clothed finished dolls by the beginning of April. I simply must. And yes, this one counts as number 1!
This is Mim.
Mim is the very first Grim LilOrphan Doll to make it’s debut on my Etsy! She has earthen red toned hair, striped socks, and the most wary of expressions. I mean, what do you expect from a little girl who’s been through what she has? Her pet mouse got eaten by a stray cat, she lost her shoes, and keeps getting horrible tangles in her stringy locks.
She stands exactly 19 and a half inches tall. And yes, that half is rather important. She’s quite particular about mentioning it. Tallness is measured in halves, after all.
Her dress is her most favourite, therefore she simply refuses to take it off (so don’t try to). It was hand stitched together just for her.
All she wants is a little place to call her own, maybe one surrounded by books for her to look at, or perhaps one with a lamp for her to lean on. She’s not really that particular…just not teethy babes please, her hair isn’t for snacking.
If you have any questions regarding adopting Mim, just send me a message with your inquiries and I’ll answer them the best I can!
Been a while.
My head hurts.