As you might have guessed for a while now, Poison Girl is one of my favourite customisers. She’s the creator of my gorgeous Toffee, and Chibi, so when I first discovered her awesome work, I was delighted to find that she had collaborated with Groove to create Dal Heiwa, part of the Creator’s Label series. The only problem, was that Heiwa could not be found in the wild anymore.
Please note that as of the 29th of February, 2016 cracks have slowly started to re-appear on Chibi’s face after a very harsh summer. Will update soon.
I have told you about how much I love Chibi, the second girl in my Poison Girl family. The seller who sent her to me was an absolutely lovely lady in London, and packed her super well. Chibi was an April 2015 doll, and was one of the last before Poison Girl announced she was stopping customs, which I read with much sadness – as I LOVED seeing her dolls every month. The reason she was stopping customs was because MSC Matt had started to produce cracks all over her dolls. I barely thought that this would affect me, but when I opened Chibi, I realised that she had fine cracks all over her face.
When it rains it pours right? I lusted over Poison Girl Pullips for the longest time, and I would wake up in the middle of the night (3am) to attempt to bid on or purchase one of her girls. Girls would dissapear within seconds – my internet could barely catch up. Toffee arrived recently and I was completely smitten. A few days later I was browsing facebook, when Chibi suddenly appeared for adoption. I pounced. Time differences later, Chibi came to live at Project Doll House. And I was over the moon.
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.
Doll collection is such a dangerous hobby. Flickr is place where your wallet can go to die as beautiful pictures of these dollies produce lemmings like no other. I make lists and lists and wait […]