Reproduction bubble cuts rerooted as swirls - platinum blonde, copper brown, brunette, and ash blonde.
Reproduction bubble cuts rerooted as a Brunette American Girl, American Girl Sideparts - ash blonde and brunette, and a Midnight Color Magic.
Reproduction TNT's rerooted as Marlo Flips - brunette and platinum blonde.
These reproduction TNT's have gotten unusual reroots - neon pink, neon orange, platinum swirl, and Busy Barbie hairstyle.
Reproduction Francie has been rerooted into the "No-Bangs" Francie, blonde, brunette, and AA. My most popular doll, "No-Bangs" Francies have gone to live in Guam, Australia, and Japan!
Some reroots from my collection - two vintage Skippers rerooted with modern hair, a reproduction Midge rerooted into a "Bend Leg" look and given rooted eyelashes and additional eyeliner, and a vintage Francie rerooted as a titian!
Formerly reproduction ponytails, these Barbies have been transformed into replicas of the German Bild Lilli, the doll that Barbie was designed after. They have received complete facial repaints, and their front hairline has been rerooted and hair restyled. Here are One Of A Kind (OOAK) Lilli's and "Ready To Dress" Lilli's. Hair colors available - platinum blonde, lemon blonde, honey blonde, brunette, and titian. Lilli has been another one of my most popular dolls! She has also travelled all over the world - England, Scotland, Japan, Korea.
Reproduction Francies rerooted as "No Bangs" Francies dressed in reproduction original outfits. (Not shown: brunette "No Bangs" Francie).
Left to right: "Ebony and Ice", "Harvest Ball", "Nile Queen", "Winter Wonderland"
Left to right: "Groovy Baby", "Outasite!", "Busy Barbie", and "Marlo Girl".
Left to right: "Lady in Red #1", "Lady in Red #2", and "Midnight Blue".
Left to right: "Afternoon Tea", "Center Stage", and "Blue Ice".
Left to right: "Enchanted Evening" variations, and "Midnight Blue" (also available: "Midnight Red" and "Midnight Pink").
Left to right: "Golden Girl", "Helenca" Swimsuit (also available in blue and black), and "Sisters" fashions.
This is a project I'm currently working on for myself. Vogue Patterns has put out a series of Barbie patterns, "Fashion Through the Decades" with a fashion for each decade of the past century. This is the 1900's fashion.
Left to right: Recreation of my wedding dress, and recreation of my mother's wedding dress.