Well, I decided to age her but not with crackle. I went for a distressed look. If you look at old Izannah dolls they almost always have some chips on the nose. Of course some are more aged than others. I kept imagining a little girl plunking the doll face down a thousand times to unbutton her dress and change her outfit, and dragging her along so that she looked like she's walking, and making her stand on her head. Do you remember all the things you did like that as a child? Constantly giving her mud pies, and then of course, wiping the mud off her face.

I have a dress 95% made and now for the unmentionables.

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