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    Default Help with doll question plzzzz...!!!

    Hi i am working on a zombie doll at the moment and was wondering what i could use for teeth? I have absolutely no idea what to use
    So if anybody can help me please i will be very grateful

    I have added a pic of the kind of teeth i am interested in.


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    For my vampire baby I just broke off the tines from a plastic fork and then painted them.

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    Thanks tannasgach thats a good idea, my mind was completely blank as to what i could have used for them lol.

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    Im really not into the zombie dolls, but there is something about this one that always makes me smile (sick huh) The funny part is, he reminds me of my grandson... if my grandson was a zombie LMBO! That stupid grin on his face is priceless
    You might be a King or a little street sweeper... sooner or later your gonna dance with the reaper!

    http://www.ebay.com/sch/Lzrdsgal/m.h...1&_from=&_ipg=

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    i used idea from Tannasgach with the tines off of forks and it worked great...also i used the ends off of wooden scewers as fangs and it also worked great

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    Those curved hair clippies work well, too. They have a bit more curve to them than a fork and aren't as sharp, but they still look good. I used one on a man-eating plant & was pretty happy with it.

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    I've heard about and/or used everything from toothpicks, to fork tines, to foam sheets (from the craft store), to cardboard, to tinfoil covered in clay, to my latest discovery - I needed some short, stubbier teeth and chose to recycle the burned out bulbs on my Christmas lights. I just covered them in a bread clay. VOILA! They were perfect.
    "I myself am strange and unusual." -Lydia Deitz, Beetlejuice
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    Acrylic nails from the dollar store can be cut to the shape desired and painted to look as gruesome as you would like, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skulkin View Post
    Acrylic nails from the dollar store can be cut to the shape desired and painted to look as gruesome as you would like, too.

    I've not come across that idea, but I like it! Durable, short/long, hold shape well . . . Great idea! And those thing come like a million in a box. I've got tons of leftovers from a Girl Scout project we did last year. *flies off to get box*
    "I myself am strange and unusual." -Lydia Deitz, Beetlejuice
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    Thumbs up

    and with the nails we can break them off to look even more scary!!! GREAT IDEA ON THE FAKE NAILS!!!!!

 

 
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