Zombie Love – Dolls Transformed

Baby dolls "transformed" into the walking dead. Image copyrighted, all rights reserved, Debbie Morrow

Baby dolls “transformed” into the walking dead. Image copyrighted, all rights reserved, Debbie Morrow

Here are my newest creations. Believe it or not, I had a nightmare the first night I started making these.

I’m not sure if I should stick them slightly into the ground or let them just be the walking dead. What do you think?

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7 thoughts on “Zombie Love – Dolls Transformed

  1. I made one and when I took pictures of it, I had them up on my computer and when I closed out a page I was on I jumped when the picture appeared…Yikes! So I knew it was scary…LOL

    • Myrna, Sorry it took so long to reply. Went on a vacation(without computer) that ended in a severe respiratory infection that really knocked me down. I appreciate the good laugh you gave me. But I’ll let you in on a little secret… My creations have been the center of some very scary nightmares of my own. LOL Those dolls had creeped me out so badly after making them that I had to cover the box until they went outside. The Ring Girl has been the worst in the fright department for me. Even though she’s been put outside during Halloween season for over 8 years now – you’d think I’d get use to it. But no – LOL Ever so often I will walk by a window and see this creepy girl, back hunched over, with long black hair, and I jump for a second because I forget I put her there! LOL I hope letting you know this gives you as much as a laugh as your story too. Thanks for visiting my blog and enjoying my creations!

    • I actually use stakes with all my outdoor props because it gives them stability and added security (Yes, my props have been stolen before). For the dolls and shorter props I’ve used: Marshmallow roasting sticks (sawed in half), Dollar Store gardening stakes, dowels from craft/hardware stores, and metal bars.
      For those who are worried about getting their prop(s) stolen, get a inexpensive door or pull-cord alarm (sometimes found at Dollar Tree, Dollar General, etc.) and connect the prop or props with thick- gauged wire (one that needs at least snippers to cut) and attach the pull cord to other end. When someone tries to pull a prop or pulls on wire – the alarm goes off. I’ve been able to rescue my Ring Girl and Sleepy Hollow Pumpkin from kidnapping before! LOL
      So I hope this was a helpful hint if you want to keep your props upright AND safer. Thanks for the comments and stopping by the blog.

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