When I was a kid, I had a Red Riding Hood Topsy Turvy doll. The doll had Red Riding Hood, Grandma, and The Wolf dressed as Grandma. Presumably it was meant to be a prop for telling the story. Topsy Turvy dolls have been around for ages (Traditional Topsy Turvy Dolls), but I haven't seen one recently. I decided it was time for one of these dolls to tell a different kind of story. A Zombie Story.

Step 1: Plan

Figure out what you want your characters to be.

Keep in mind that you don't have to do girls in skirts. I thought about doing a guy with a long trench coat, but  I didn't have appropriate fabric on hand.

Decide where you want each of your characters to be placed and what sorts of details you want to add.

Don't forget to think about the story. What kind of story can you tell with the characters you've chosen. 
My aunt had the Red Riding Hood doll. It was one of my favorite reasons for going to her house. This is a fun adaptation/update!
Sell those dolls what state u live in ?
What a great twist on a classic! Nicely done!
This is so cool!!!
Just when I thought I was tired of zombies. <br> <br>This is brilliant. Thank you!
Ahhhh! I love this! I had a topsy turvy doll that was Little Red Riding hood and flipped to be her granny and if you flipped granny's hood to cover her face it uncovered the wolfs face!
I love this so much!
What a great looking Zombie doll - plus two for the price of one! <br>

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