Are you missing the most crucial step in newborning?
Many reborners forget the most crucial step to making their baby "come to life." Are you using Baby Tears on the eyes and lips?
This simple, yet incredibly important step, is the #1 most identified part of bringing a baby doll to life by non-reborners (i.e., your customers!). When you use Baby Tears and a stranger sees your doll for the first time you'll be amazed at how they will comment on the incredibly life like eyes and how the lips look like they could move at any moment!
Learn from artist Cindy Parker-Katz, who you may have seen on television in her native Florida, the best way to apply Baby Tears to your precious little one.
Download our free Baby Tears Tutorial by clicking here. Learn from reborn artist Cindy Parker-Katz, who you may have seen on television in her native Florida, the best way to apply Baby Tears to your precious little one.
Apply after paint has been heat-set. Do not bake in oven. Two ounces per bottle.
Baby Tears in a bottle dry as clear and as wet looking as water! You probably remember the watery eyes and wet little noses that come with little baby's. Now you can recreate those memories with Baby Tears in a bottle from Aleene's Paper Glaze. It goes on thick enough to not run when used. You can even brush it on in multiple layers to make the wet look deeper. A bottle of Baby Tears will really add to your artist tool box when it comes to making realistic newborn babies.
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