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I woke up this morning to find my nice little Raggedy Ann ruthlessly attacked by Zombies! Gone are her lovely red strands of hair; her fall, sunflowery dress, ...
I'm not really sure, but our dollar store CSI kit has helped us locate what the Zombies might have needed to capture and transform the poor little doll. ...
Yes, it's true. They used my sewing machine, which had small marks of people goo on it. (I cleaned it off with ZomX.) They sewed the parts together, ...
The dress was made with little care. The top was sewn with no edge since the fabric doesn't fray. The skirt has elastic poorly sewn around the top ...
I never would have believed mine eyes! Felt maggots invading her head! A piece of felt about 6" long was cut, filled with stuffing, and sewn together along ...
For some reason, the Zombies believed they could eat the little doll's brains. When they discovered it didn't taste like chicken, they sewed the maggots to the opening. ...
The zombies used a light green makeup to give the maggots a little more color. The stuffing (brain) was coated in a deep red blush, just to make ...
Once finished, the little Zombie doll needed her photo taken...for evidence.
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