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what do you think of my stuffing?2 months

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Am I big enough? smiley

I pulled this off with big clothes and beachballs. Though it kinda makes me sweaty. Other than pillows, is there anything else to stuff with?

what do you think of my stuffing?1 month

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Am I big enough? smiley

I pulled this off with big clothes and beachballs. Though it kinda makes me sweaty. Other than pillows, is there anything else to stuff with?


Awesome!!! I use only certain pillows. Ones that are really squishy. Beach Balls are great!! I use water balloons, and sometimes garbage bags filled with water - this gets super heavy though!

Another thing that works well but is messy, is quilting batting. Or, tear out the insides of a fiber fill pilow. It's much easier to manage the batting as it's so light. but, like I said, its messy and if you are allergic to polyester, it might make you itch. But it really is a great way to stuff clothes and make look real!!

what do you think of my stuffing?1 month

Something that works rather well if you want realistic weight gain - is silicone caulk. There is a certain type that doesn't smell and if it's in a bag - like a ziplock bag - it doesn't harden and cure. So, I get a case of caulk in regular tubes (12) at Home Depot called Alex's painter's caulk for $16. 8 of these in a 2.5 gallon ziplock bag (remove as much air as possible) makes for a rather nice belly add. You can also use the caulk to pad boobs using smaller bags.

This doesn't get you as much bulk as pillows or stuffing, but it does give you more realistic weight and some gel like property that makes it feel right. And that's what it's all about sometimes. And it's safer than water - won't leak out or burst a bag or balloon.

what do you think of my stuffing?1 month


lovestuffing:
Awesome!!! I use only certain pillows. Ones that are really squishy. Beach Balls are great!! I use water balloons, and sometimes garbage bags filled with water - this gets super heavy though!

Another thing that works well but is messy, is quilting batting. Or, tear out the insides of a fiber fill pilow. It's much easier to manage the batting as it's so light. but, like I said, its messy and if you are allergic to polyester, it might make you itch. But it really is a great way to stuff clothes and make look real!!


Water balloons seem a little small! A heavy duty garbage bag might work, I'd be worried about it bursting though, and how would you keep it from falling out of the clothing? Tuck it in the pants and use suspenders to keep them up?

The pillow idea is neat. Could get a few and stuff a garbage bag full for the belly. Be nice and soft! smiley

Speaking of pillows... what about a few of these for the bust? They'd have some weight to them and I'd be less worried about them bursting.

https://www.amazon.ca/Mediflow-Original-Fiberfill-Waterbase-51x71cm/dp/B01LZFRUA4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1509469336&sr=8-1&keywords=water%2Bfilled%2Bpillow&th=1