I finally got off my lazy bum to take a family photo of the girls. Here’s almost all of the current (Blythe) family!
Before I received my Welcome Winter girl (now called Snowberry) I was mournfully thinking that I would never be able to receive a limited edition JerryBerry so I put in an order for a Basic. She took 3-4 weeks to make, and arrived at my door last week. I’d like to introduce to you the ‘basic’ Berry.
I’ve been pretty honoured recently that dolly collectors around the world have been contacting me for commission services… all thanks to Angela’s girl I think. To make it easier for I’ve opened up an info page in regards to pricing and other details.
If you ever feel like you want a doll created and think that I might be the right person, I would love to hear from you!
So I’ve been writing about these Jerryberry dolls and then spending hours (waiting for trains, students, models, the husband) browsing on Flickr in my spare time. And then it happened. I saw this picture:
Yeeeeeep. That did it. If you ever want to browse an absolutely stunning photographic doll feed that is horribly enabling, please look at her Flickr.
Today is a massive heatwave (for London) and I’m hiding in my dark basement in the cool as apparently, the news says the roads are going to melt. To take advantage of that I’ve done some housekeeping and finally managed to process my first few shots of Nori.
Just before I left the country (and I’m talking minutes) the postie arrived at my door with a box containing a very special girl. She was a raven-haired Kenner Blythe from 1972/73!