Picture this: You've been reborning your doll kit for weeks, meticulously adding one layer of paint to the other until your doll looks just like a real baby. When you're all done, you decide to protect all your hard work with the Genesis Heat Set Matte Varnish, just like the tutorial told you to. You take a break, come back to inspect your work and find your baby frozen in white matte varnish crisps. Hours of work ruined! What are you going to do??! Click "Read More" to find out!
We've all been there, so don't feel bad. Even after reborning for years, I still run into issues that I could not have anticipated. The key is to take a deep breath, cry if you need to, assess the extent of the damage and come up with a repair plan.
That's what happened to me last week. So I'm here with tips on how to fix your matte varnish disaster and how to avoid more disasters going forward.
Hi! I am Kim. I've been creating dolls all my life. I started stuffing cotton balls into my mom's pantyhose when I was a little girl. Now I hand-craft dolls that look and feel like real babies.