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Although she appears quite young, Bat Girl is very old and wise (on most subjects).

I found Bat Girl quite by accident. I was strolling along a path laden with lily pads. Which was odd, because I was nowhere near the water...anyway, as I was walking, I brushed past some webbing that got all caught in my hair. As I looked up in the trees to see where it came from (and to check and make sure I had not inadvertantly disturbed some sleepy, web-making, creature - a.k.a. spider) I noticed a movement behind some leaves. Upon peering closer, I actually saw a tiny puff of smoke rising from the spot. Slightly panicked and absolutely curious, I carefully inched back the leaf to reveal Bat Girl trying to make Kraft Dinner (Kraft Macaroni and Cheese for you non-Canucks out there). She was of course burning it, revealing the source of the smoke.

I told her I had a shelf full of cookbooks that she could maybe peruse and better herself with, and asked her if she'd like to come home with me to do so. She quickly agreed and slipped stealthily into my pocket.

She has, alas, exhausted my cookbook collection and is still burning the Kraft Dinner. She figures she needs to move on to another home, and perhaps some better cookbooks.

Please take her home, I beg you - before she burns down my house.


Bat Girl is an Art Doll that hangs from approximately 30" of buna cord with star toggles attached to the ends. The cord is adjustable, so that she can hang from various lengths, either as a necklace, a piece of wall art, or whatever your imagination envisions. She is 3 3/4" tall and made entirely of polymer clay, except for her eyes which are beads.

Bat Girl


  • Materials: polymer clay, beads, buna cord, rubber o ring, oil paint for antiquing
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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