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Disneyana - Maleficent - This one was massive - about a 2 1/2' radius! Her cape was hand beaded and the front edges were wired to curl. She came with a base sculpted to look like the weathered castle floor.
Maleficent - Great Villains Series - One of my favorite Villains! I believe she may have been the very first minty-grey skin toned fashion doll!
Enchanted Princess - Snow White - I've made a lot of Snow White dolls over the years, but this is still one of my favorites!
Signature Snow White - This is the prototype doll wearing a hand dyed silk dress. She also has the old Snow White face sculpt and a stand-in bird - as the new parts weren't ready for the photo shoot!
Cruella #1 - Power in Pinstripes - Glenn Close as Cruella De Vil was the first Disney villain fashion doll and my first Disney Collector doll - the doll that started it all!
Cruella #1 sketch
Cruella #2 - Ruthless in Red - This is the prototype doll - I had to hand color white plush with a red marker and made tiny, Sculpey beads for her necklaces - She was a DOTY nominee.
Dream Halloween - Cruella's Masquerade
Disneyana - Ursula - The Sea Witch at her dressing table with her glass makeup bottles and real sea sponge. I used Sculpey to make her vanity and sea urchin stool,along with glass "bubbles", gold and crystal beads, and dried leaves "seaweed".
Ursula and Ariel Prototypes
Evil Queen - Great Villains Series - I always design hoping collectors will take their dolls out of the packages - E. Q. has an awesome full cape and straight, jet black hair under her hood! :)
Dream Halloween - Evil Queen - I always got complete free-reign on the auction dolls - which made the fashion designer in me SO ridiculously happy!
Jessica Rabbit - production doll - Jessica isn't part of any series - although, there were plans to make Roger to go with her. Approvals were really tough - had to get 2 studios to agree on everything, which ultimately lead to her body becoming less "dramatic", but still one-of-a-kind!
Disneyana - Jessica Rabbit, close up - Tons of tiny crystals - all hand applied! Even at the tip of the (real) paint brush. Her body is a fast-cast sample, so she is a little more sculpture than doll.
Disneyana - Jessica Rabbit - I hand-dyed her dress, drew and painted each character, then glued on the tiny Swarovski crystals. Her base is made from two real film canisters.
Spring Mulan
Summer Ariel
Autumn Belle
Winter Aurora
The Chronicles of Narnia - The White Witch - This is a prototype collector doll done for Disney Consumer Products based on some very early concept art from the studio. She is a Tonner doll repainted from head to toe - with sculpted armor, beaded crown, floor length hair extensions, and hand sewn feathers.
Holiday Princess Belle - This dress is near and dear to my heart because I was asked to design it first for the film "Beauty and the Beast - The Enchanted Christmas" - and then for the doll.
Holiday Princess Jasmine
Alice & The Cheshire Cat
Film Premiere - Mulan sketch - A very quick sketch done for my (amazing!) samplemaker at Mattel - showing fit, construction, and fabrics. The inset is the control drawing done for her phoenix and dragon headpiece.
Film Premiere - Mulan prototype - This was the cover of a Disney Collector doll mini-catalog. It's actually the prototype doll, using Pocahontas' face mold in Barbie's "Nostalgic" skin tone - and a vac-metalized Sculpey headpiece I made for her!
Film Premiere - Mulan - Mulan is such a beautiful character - it was a joy to dress her up in a fantasy costume!
Winter Pocahontas - I just couldn't resist dressing up Meeko in a silly outfit! So much so, that there were two versions - the first shown here and a second with him wearing a winter scarf!
50th Anniversary Cinderella - This Cinderella was meant to be in a series with Enchanted Princess Snow White - where their dresses have a hint of their historical origin - but, she released the year of her anniversary, so that became her title!
Disneyana - Cinderella - I wanted to create a doll that looked as close as possible to the film - so this is the only Cindy with strawberry blond hair!
Sorcerer's Apprentice Mickey - Mickey was a fun change from all the princesses I design! Hardest part was figuring out how to get hit hat to sit on his head right - they cheat with his ears in the film!
Dream Halloween - HollyWoody - This started out as just a funny concept - "What would Woody wear to the Toy Story premiere?" - and turned into an auction piece. The back of his coat was autographed by John Lasseter
Holiday Woody
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Comments (5)
  • I love dolls and yours are in my top faves! They are soooo wonderful!

    3 years ago

  • You're so cute, Jennifer! :D I think you can still find this doll for sale on Amazon - and the price isn't too scary! Look up "Disney Enchanted Seasons - Summer Seas Ariel"! She's the only fashion doll Ariel with a "beanie/plush" tail (no legs!) - so she's more like a real mermaid! ;)

    10 years ago

  • I want this doll so bad D:

    10 years ago

  • Exquisite work!

    10 years ago

  • This is so well executed. It has a more modern look while maintaining the classic foundation. Spot on.

    10 years ago

  • This is so well executed. It has a more modern look while maintaining the classic foundation. Spot on.

    10 years ago

  • Exquisite work!

    10 years ago

  • I want this doll so bad D:

    10 years ago

  • You're so cute, Jennifer! :D I think you can still find this doll for sale on Amazon - and the price isn't too scary! Look up "Disney Enchanted Seasons - Summer Seas Ariel"! She's the only fashion doll Ariel with a "beanie/plush" tail (no legs!) - so she's more like a real mermaid! ;)

    10 years ago

  • I love dolls and yours are in my top faves! They are soooo wonderful!

    3 years ago

Lisa Temming
Toy Designer / Fashion Illustrator Los Angeles, CA