This weekend, after a few weeks of making Pullips I jumped back on the Blythe wagon again to practice those skills.
Ok. I know. I’ve posted heaps this weekend, it’s been Dolly madness. I was meant to wait to share this girl with you but I. Could. Not.
Please welcome the Grail – Toffee by Poison Girl.
I feel like time has really escaped from me this week! A huge job came in and it’s been all hands on deck, and I’m leaving on Wednesday for London (had to be pushed forward, thought it was going to be Friday!). After that, we’re heading to Iceland. My husband has told me I’m allowed to bring one dolly with me on my trip to photograph, on the proviso he pick her. So he picked Nori, because she’s obviously his favourite by miles.
A very special girl came to live with me this week.
Christine of Forty Winks Doll Studio makes some of my favourite custom Blythes. I would always look at them longingly, with their pudgy cheeks (how did she do that?!), soft, plump lips and funny expressions. I was always torn between the little grumpy faced ones and the happy smiley ones. When Quinn showed up on Dolly Adoption, I just couldn’t resist.
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