Zombie dolls

Explore a collection of creepy and unique zombie dolls that will send shivers down your spine. Get ready to bring your horror collection to life with these spine-chilling creations.
Junker Jane Monster Art Dolls: Monster Dolls / Monster Art Dolls Dolls, Halloween, Handarbeit, Voodoo, Gothic Dolls, Ugly Dolls, Voodoo Dolls, Folk Art Dolls, Creepy Dolls

This collection of one of a kind Monster Art Dolls represents a small range of current and past works. When I began making dolls years ago, my designs were simple and basic. Most of my dolls were made from single pieces of fabric — one for the front and one for the back. They have since evolved into more detailed works, including pieces that have been stained for an aged effect. From the beginning though, I have always used recycled fabrics as part of my art. I find vintage fabrics and…

Tammy Holmes
Creative Daze with Geri: How I Create Gothic Girls & Zombie Babies from Repurposed Porcelain and Baby Dolls Halloween, Costume, Natale, Donna, Gothic Girls, Cute Dolls, Resim, Creepy, Gothic Dolls

I search for porcelain and baby dolls in resale shops, online, garage/yard/rummage sales, etc. On the average, I’d say I pay about $5 for a doll depending on the condition. I prefer to use dolls that are in sad condition. I have purchased broken (porcelain) dolls and have a collection of parts so the table in my studio sometimes looks like Frankenstein’s laboratory! I’ve paid as low as $1 (RARELY!) all the way to $28 (shopgoodwill.com and ebay.com) for a doll (including shipping). But when…

Isis Anderson
how to distress a porcelain doll for halloween - Google Search Halloween Decorations, Halloween, Art, Halloween Crafts, Horror, Creepy Doll Halloween, Halloween Doll, Halloween Props Diy, Halloween Diy

Hi All, Just made a Zombie Doll. I bought a porcelain doll from the thrift store and "zombified" it. These are so much fun to make! And, you can do it fast. I made this in 2 days! I bought this doll for $5. Here's what she looked like when I started: Isn't she sweet?? (Her hair looked better, but I started distressing her wig before I remembered to take a "before" picture.) The first step is to strip the doll down to nothing and rip off the wig. Next, I painted a base coat of gray acrylic…