Social Networking for Fashion Doll Lovers
Originally released by Kenner in 1972 and sold for one year only. She went mostly unloved since then until a talented phtographer named Gina Garan redicovered her an international Superstar!
Blythe is now made by Japanese company Takara, under license from Hasbro (who bought out Kenner years ago). Modern Blythe is know as Neo Blythe to collectors.
I am considering it because she has bigger feet, and making shoes would be easier. Anyone have or can point me into the direction of a tutorial on doing that?Read More
Simple question really... does this cheap little version of Blythe have ANYTHING to do with the real Blythe? The thing is, I'd love to have one of these to accompany my 6" dolls in their dollhouse,…Read More
Is anyone of you going to one of the above mentioned Blythecon's?It might be a great opportunity to meet with each other, I will be there with Jolanda as my assistant on both conventions.I'll take as…Read More
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