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Seren 2' Plush Doll by SetsunaKou Seren 2' Plush Doll by SetsunaKou
This is a 2 foot tall plushie I made in December 2005 as a Christmas gift for myself. She's made of high quality chamois craft velour, with a lavender shimmery satin summer dress, done up with ribbons all over, "sandals" of matching lavender and she's got long, fully lined, mahogany suede hair. So soft to touch! Her hair is my favorite part!
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FrozenPrincezz Featured By Owner 21 hours ago  Student Filmographer
Would you make Grojband dolls for me? I could pay!
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DanicaSpirit Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2010
*fangirl squeal* sorry...are you selling...? I would buy!! I love Serenity!
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SetsunaKou Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2010  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you! :) I'm so pleased you like our work so much!

Thanks for adding so many of our pictures, dolls and plush to your :+fav: list!!!

Yes, we do offer Serenity for commission on our site:

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Click on 'Custom UFO Catchers' in the Site Map at the top of the page and then Yugioh in the plush section. She is available in all sizes, not just 2'. ^^

Thanks again!

Setsuna
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DoublexEdge Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2007
I love the plushies you make. How do you do the eyes?
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SetsunaKou Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you!!!! We have 2 methods for eyemaking and this one is our older way---we purchase pressure sensitive nylon and then cut out the shapes (all the different colors are layers) and then press them on.
The newer way is to sketch the eyes, color on the computer and then print into iron on transfers. ^^ Both come out really nice but I especially love the iron ons for smaller plushies (like the 4" size) for the thin thin lineart it can be made into. ^^

Thanks!

SEtsuna
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NewWaveWitch Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2006   Traditional Artist
I LOVE IT SO MUCH!!! Oh man, if you have a pattern of some kind and you could share it with me, that would just be so AWESOME!
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SetsunaKou Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you!! I'm really happy you like the plush so much!! And sorry this reply is way too late!! :eek:

Anyway, I'm so sorry but we don't use patterns for our plushies and just cut directly into the material without it.

Thank you so much again!! :hug:

Merry Christmas! :holly:

SetsunaKou
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BrokenEver Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2006
Wow! I love her dress! And her pose is just so adorable. She looks like she's asking for a hug. =D
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SetsunaKou Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
:wow: Thank you so much for liking my plushies! I really am so pleased! You've made my day!!! ^^ Thanks for liking her dress and pose!

Doumo arigatou!

Your friend,
SetsunaKou :rose:
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Amichan10 Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2006
^0^ Gorgeous plush, I love her flowy purple dress, and her sculpted face! Amazing details! Kawaii ballerina shoes all laced and bowtied in the back! ::sighs::: ;)
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