During the month of October, I’ve been giving you lots of free, printable PDF sewing patterns for making Halloween costumes for dolls of many shapes and all different sizes.
Let’s look back over the month to see what we’ve created! Watch the video at the top of the page, and then use the form below to cast a vote for your favorite Halloween costume for dolls:
Have you made a Halloween costume for your dolls? Feel free to share!
Did you know my website has a “Share Your Creations” page? Feel free to contact me, if you’d like to share photos of your handmade doll clothes and dolly Halloween costumes on my “Share Your Creations” page.
Here’s how that works:
- Message me — tell me about what you’ve created and which doll you’ve created it for
- I’ll respond in kind — I will need your written permission to post images of your dolls on my website, so usually my email response asks for your permission
- Reply to me — next, please reply via email, with a statement giving me permission to post your photos and attach the photos you’d like me to share
- One of your photos will be posted — If you send me multiple photos, I will most likely choose the best photo to post in my “Share Your Creations” gallery
It’s also a good idea to mention in one of your messages how you would like me to credit the photo. Do you have a blog where you like to post dolly pictures? Do you sell your handmade doll clothes on Etsy? Or do you wish to remain anonymous perhaps?
Click here to go to the “Share Your Creations” page, so you can see what everyone else has posted!
Disclaimer/Credit/Affiliate Marketing Link:
Are you lovin’ all this free stuff from ChellyWood.com? Please show your support by telling people about ChellyWood.com. That’s what the “Creative Commons Attribution” mark on my patterns means: if you use my free patterns and tutorials, you should tell people where you got all this great free stuff!