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Halloween doll

Get ready for a frightful Halloween with these creepy doll ideas. Transform your home into a haunted house with eerie dolls that will send shivers down your spine.
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A handful of Halloween! Too soon? Who says skeletons and pumpkin heads belong exclusively to October? Halloweeny stuff is probably our favorite to work on. It's just such a friendly holiday, with just a little touch of creepiness. A chance to take candy from strangers and say thank you. And skeletons don't really seem exclusively Autumnal at all. I mean, everybody is walking around with one in them right this minute. Inspired by the traditional Dia de los Muertos candies, I did my own…

Ophelia Cienfuegos
Dolls are inherently creepy. There's something about those blank staring little faces that you just can't trust. These dolls are pure nightmare fuel. Creepy Toys, Scary Dolls, Creepy Art, Creepy Horror, Horror Art, Creepy Stuffed Animals, Clay Monsters, Diy Kids Toys, Clay Faces

It was just announced that the Monster High fashion dolls are getting a 2022 reboot. But that’s kid’s stuff. We want to see realistic figures with enough creep factor to scare the visitors staying in our guest room which also happens to be the place these dolls call home high up on a shelf. Thankfully […]

Dee Furginson
Creative Daze with Geri: How I Create Gothic Girls & Zombie Babies from Repurposed Porcelain and Baby Dolls Creepy Doll Halloween, Theme Halloween, Halloween Props, Fall Halloween, Diy Zombie Dolls, Scary Baby Dolls, Creepy Dolls, Diy Halloween Dekoration, Haunted Dolls

I search for porcelain and baby dolls in resale shops, online, garage/yard/rummage sales, etc. On the average, I’d say I pay about $5 for a doll depending on the condition. I prefer to use dolls that are in sad condition. I have purchased broken (porcelain) dolls and have a collection of parts so the table in my studio sometimes looks like Frankenstein’s laboratory! I’ve paid as low as $1 (RARELY!) all the way to $28 (shopgoodwill.com and ebay.com) for a doll (including shipping). But when…

Isis Anderson