Troy commented that I could use Grandma as she was for a Halloween or "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer" room box. :D
He even mentioned "putting her down!" Oh my!
I've become attached to this sad little doll and really don't want to replace her. Lucille suggested that I remove all of Grandma's hair and start over.
I've decided to try to make her a wig.
There are lots of tutorials and videos out there for making wigs. I like Cynthia Howe's Miniatures tutorial best. About.com has several tutorials on wigs also.
I found this pony tail hair at my local thrift shop for 69 cents. Cheap cheap cheap! There is enough hair here to make a million little doll wigs!
I pulled out some of the blonde hair, cut them into short lengths and glued one edge.
For the wig cap here I tried using cheese cloth over plastic wrap. I don't think this will work. The cheese cloth is too flimsy. I need to go back to the tutorials!
Then I will glue on the little pieces of hair. That's going to take a while.
Hopefully, I'll have something that looks like a wig later?
If not, I will show you what I did anyway. Warning: It could be really messy!