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    Oh Juli- what a little gem of a kitchen head!!

    Lilli- would you be opposed to us reattaching the legs/arms in another way? or are they a done deal.

    I think I might not add arms to mine but legs are in the works. Just to give something else for someone to add to.

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    BTW Juli, I just picked up a set of arms that might be really nice on yours!!!

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    Really? Cool, no arms until then!

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    I had to glue the silk cord on the arms but you can undo it! go for it!

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    *you can even sand it if you need it to "hang" a different way!

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    i need to get crackin' . . . in the meantime, i want my effin' hearts to get here, meredith!
    I updated my available ATCs on January 9th . . . if I'm slow to respond, it's nothing personal. I'm always willing to trade!

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    Everybody's dolls are looking awesome! I feel behind already. Got some ideas though.

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    me, too, goldfish. we're in the same boat. or i'm in it while you swim alongside.
    I updated my available ATCs on January 9th . . . if I'm slow to respond, it's nothing personal. I'm always willing to trade!

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    Haha. I did a search for art dolls on pinterest last night and killed about an hour oogling the amazing things on there... instead of actually working on mine.

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    I just got home from a way-too-long international adventure and feel the superest behind. I have never in my life been so happy to be home and am excited to be able to relax and get my art doll on. All of you are off to such a super incredible start. I'm in love.

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    Welcome home BigKay and welcome to the swap!! I have heard only the greatest of things about you and your art.

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    uh huh me too.

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    I'm already shellacing (sp?) smokes for your doll BK!

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    thanks ladies, it is so good to be back.

    so, I have never done an art doll swap like this. How much of the doll do I make myself? Head torso & limbs?
    also, does the weight matter or are we using those anything-you-can-cram-into-it-for-one-price priority boxes? the idea for my torso piece is heavy.

    juli, I love you.
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    I think at least a head and torso, limbs are up to you, but a good thing that someone could add while working.
    9x12 box is the biggest. If you mail to Juli and it is really heavy then maybe slip her a treat in there or something. I would try and shop around for adequate boxes OR if you know yours is going to rock the scale then just go for priority- so that the weight doesn't effect the shipping.
    I am really new to the world of mailing. But I think we are going to be across the board here with sizes and weights. Which is why we decided a 9x12 box 4" deep should be max.
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    I feel like the priority boxes get really big....there is not a middle man box with priority. Ahhh do what you want BK!!

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    just my thoughts here, but I am going to "try" to stay away from heavy with my doll and my adding pieces. Every time I go to the PO I am in fucking shock as to how much it is to mail something across the states because postage is going up. I just mailed earrings and a pendant to Canada and it cost me 8 bucks in the smallest padded envy size; 4.75 x 7, and to send to California the same size and weight is $5.00.

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    I just sent something to Canada and it cost $6.00...and the host only requested $4 for return postage. I gave her a $5, thinking I was generous until we found out the cost of the envelope.

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    I think that was me Nancy lol. I am totally going to get burned on postage in that swap.
    The tighter I wrap a package the cheaper it is, weight is also a factor but I try to leave little room left over. Sending a Tshirt to the states costs me $7 and change.

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    Are we doing the whole journal thing with the doll?

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