What useful little tips do you use to make caring for, crafting for, or playing with your dolls easier? Every time I take the dolls out, I tuck a chunk of magic eraser or melamine sponge into the bag. Better to be prepared for smudges! One dolly friend of mine keeps a bit of pipe cleaner curled inside each doll's head. It can be uncurled and used to easily tug the s-hook up for much easier head removal. I have too many big dolls and not a lot of space, so I store my dolls in a cheap bookshelf, with the shelves set close together, and the dolls lying flat on their backs, as if in a crypt, with two on each shelf. A blackout curtain across the front protects everything neatly from daylight. Cheap and simple. A yoga bag lined with some cardboard and padding makes a great SD+ sized doll bag no one will stare at. For my dolls with slippier shoes or hooved feet, I find that putting some non-skid shelf liner on the bottom of a doll stand is really helpful. I have also wrapped cotton cloth around the wire arms of a doll stand to protect the resin from being scraped if I am fitting a nude doll for clothing.