Who is ready to learn how to make a Marie Antoinette Doll? This class is going to be first in a series of online classes. Why not start with my most popular doll ever???
The class will be posted in a private Facebook Group that you will be added to, once I receive payment confirmation and get your Facebook name. I thought using a secret Facebook group would also be a way for us to encourage community sharing and questions.
It will not be a live class, but a series of step by step videos and still shots with written descriptions detailing the process of making this doll, including the cake!
The Class content will be posted to the Marie Antoinette Doll Class Facebook Page by April 15th. I will be providing an entire class supply list a week before class with links to purchase materials, so that you will all be ready to go! Some materials will be available to purchase through my Site, while others you will have to purchase elsewhere.
You will have access to the class content indefinitely. Please feel free to message me through here, Instagram or Facebook if you have any questions.
Just a wee disclaimer. This class is not to be shared or taught to other people. If you choose to start making and selling these dolls, please be respectful of my original work and give credit.
I am going to offer a limited number of supplies for the class through my etsy shop.
The class will include extensive details on how and where to get all of the components for the Marie Doll. There are A LOT of components, and many of you ladies already may have your own little stashes of vintage lace, rhinestones, tiny flowers/birds, etc..
What I plan on doing is creating individual listings in etsy for the hair, doll and some basic parts to make the cakes, a small gold cake plate which in total would cost about $30.
Students would still have to purchase paint, flowers, lace, rhinestones, the glass plate/cloche and the materials to frost/decorate the cake separately. A lot of students may have those things on hand, or they may not. Part of me teaching how to make this doll Online is so I don't have to provide all of the materials.
When taught in person, this class is $150, with all of the supplies. My Cost for All of the supplies for one student to complete the doll in a live class is typically $60.
This is not exactly a cheap doll to make.
A completed basic doll by me is $195. Anything extra like Unicorns or things hand sculpted by myself are more.
It isn't necessarily a super hard doll to make, I've taught dozens of women in person how to do so. It's just a lot of small detail work and a lot of supplies.
I hope this helps with how you want to proceed.
Thank you! Let’s have some fun making dolls!!!