School Time Sadie from Living Dead Dolls

This is a variation of the original Sadie doll from the first series run of Living Dead Dolls, with this one being a school outfit.

Her eyes are a vibrant white, she has a red x on her forehead, her hair is the same style of long black middle part as the original doll, and she has black lipstick. The school uniform consists of a white turtleneck with a black ribbon worn around the collar, a black school blazer, a heather grey pleated skirt, white cuffed socks, and black t-strap mary janes. She also comes with a mini hatchet, a black shiny backpack, and a black journal.

Sadie from Living Dead Dolls

Sadie is part of the first run of Living Dead Dolls, as well as the main mascot of the doll franchise.

She has long black hair worn in a middle part, heavily exaggerated eyebrows, dark lipstick, and white and black heterochromic eyes. Her dress is similarly styled to Wednesday Addams, and she wears rolled cuff white socks with black t-strap Mary Jane shoes. She comes with a coffin shaped purse, a knife, and a bouquet of black roses.

Kitty from Living Dead Dolls

Kitty is from the second series of Living Dead Dolls, and is also semi-school themed like the Sadie in this set. Her inspiration is from the movie ‘Satan’s Cheerleaders’.

She has bright red eyes, black lipstick, and black hair worn in side pigtails tied in red ribbons. The cheerleader outfit consists of a red polo shirt with a black sweater over top, and a matching red and black split color pleated skirt. The look is finished off by white cuffed socks, black and red glossy shoes, and black and red pom poms.

Sin from Living Dead Dolls

Sin is one of the dolls in the first series of Living Dead Dolls, and very similar in appearance to the main mascot doll, Sadie.

She has long black hair with little devil horns peeking out of the top of her head, red lipstick, and white eyes bordered in a red sclera. Her dress is also a Wednesday Addams style dress, but in bright red instead of black, and she also wears white cuffed socks with black t-strap Mary Janes. To tie together the rest of the devil look, she also has a thin tail, as well as a pitchfork.

Lou Sapphire from Living Dead Dolls

Lou Sapphire is from the second series of Living Dead Dolls. His name is a play on Lucifer, if you say it quickly.

He has wide, grey-shadowed, black, red, and white mixed colored eyes, short black hair worn in an intense widows peak, with little devil horns peaking out of the top. He wears a red silk button-up shirt with a black tie, a black suit jacket and matching pants, with a red silk pocket handkerchief, black and red shoes, a red devil tail, red gem ring, and a skull staff.

Deadbra Ann from Living Dead Dolls

Deadbra Ann is from the second series of Living Dead Dolls, and has several motif references both in appearance and in her backstory from various Stephen King novels — most notably prom queen Carrie. She is also the first doll in the series to have a face wound.

She has extremely vibrant blue eyes, done up with prom makeup and purple bruising, her mouth is ripped to the side, extending up to the rest of her face, and her hair is a mixed color copper bob. Ann wears a red frilly, lacy, sleeveless prom dress, her nails are painted black, and she has a white silk sash that says Danse Macabre. Her accessories are a white rose bouquet splattered with blood, and an ornate gold crown.

Lizzie Borden from Living Dead Dolls

Lizzie is from the second series of Living Dead Dolls, and is the second doll to be based off of a real person (ie, Lizzie Borden). The doll can be found at the Borden house, shown on display.

She has her copper hair worn up in a tight, high bun, with loose curls coming down on to her forehead, black sclera eyes with vibrant bluey-white in the center, and very dark red lipstick. Her dress is older-styled, with large black puff sleeves, a very long skirt, and a red ribbon tied loosely at her neck. As with the known rhyme, she carries a bloodied axe (though Lizzie was found innocent).

Posey from Living Dead Dolls

Posey is from the first run of Living Dead Dolls, and is labeled as a ‘buried alive’ character.

She has extremely long golden-auburn hair worn in a mid-part, fully whited out eyes with blue ringing them and matching lipstick, and a wound over her eye. Her outfit is similar to an old styled nightgown, but weathered in a way that looks like it was saturated in mud. Her doll accessory is a single white rose.

Eggzorcist from Living Dead Dolls

Eggzorcist is part of the first series run of Living Dead Dolls, and the first one to have an animal theme, that being an Easter Bunny.

She has short cut purpley-blue hair, a red x on her forehead, blue lips, and extremely vibrant light blue eyes with red and black makeup surrounding them. Her outfit consists of a full white rabbit onesie complete with a hood with bunny ears, a noose drawstring, and a white Easter basket.

Pickles B.L.T. from Lalaloopsy Land

Pickles B.L.T. from Lalaloopsy

Whether she’s talking or skating, Pickles B.L.T. (voiced by Jessica Hillbrecht) likes to move fast. She’s got a long of hungry customers to feed and that means making a lot of her signature sandwiches. Not that she minds, of course. With a “sugar” for everyone, she is in her element when she’s flying by on her skates.

The characters in Lalaloopsy are all designed like dolls, so getting their exact look takes a little DIY. For this costume, the easiest DIY addition is putting two teal bows into the orange wig. Then, using fabric paint, add the color details to the button down shirt before swapping out the black buttons for the teal. Next, use fabric fusion to add the plaid ruffle to the bottom of the skirt and white lace to the top of teal socks. Finally, change out the white laces on the skates for pink laces to finish off the DIY portion of the look. After that all that’s left is putting the costume on and using the pink body paint to put pink spots on your cheeks. And, of course, practicing on your skates.

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