Unfortunately, I didn't make it to the Integrity convention, but I was able to buy the workshop Veronique doll from a friend. She is so beautiful, and I'm sure she will be a treasured addition to my collection.
I am not only enjoying it Simon, but also learning a lot. I have been working with vintage dolls and dollhouse scale miniatures, and recently I have fallen in love with 1:6 scale. Fashion dolls are a complete new world for me, I am very glad I have found this community, thanks so much for the work you do here!
Hi there, Simon! Thanks so much for the warm welcome, I can't believe I didn't know about this place sooner, but better late than never, right? I've already viewed (read: drooled) over your PFDF pix, so another big thanks for letting me (us) live vicariously through you.
I already recognize several names, and I look forward to meeting lots more of you crazy dolly people. It's a good thing to be where I belong.
Hi Simon! Thank you so much for the warm, encouraging welcome! I appreciate it. I love love Doll Observers so I think I'm here to stay! Thanks so much for liking my photos, I will post more as soon as I can!
Not sure I'm doing this right or not, but here goes anyway. Thanks Simon for accepting me in the group.
I was wondering if there's anyway to tell the difference in the Tonner Ellowyne Wilde Series. I know with some dolls, there's numbers, or someway to tell them apart, if their not dress in their orig. clothes. Is there a secret to telling them apart. Would love to know, Thanks again, Lynn