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
Thank you so much! I LOVE the site, very well put together and I konw I am going to have alot of fun navigating my way around. It's always so fun to go to doll shows in my area and get to know some of the vendors and visit with fellow doll enthusiasts that I knew I would love an online community of doll lovers as well. Cheers!
Thank you all for the warm welcome. We moved to our 1953 bungalow last Sept. but we are still not completely unpacked. My craft room needs a floor, so I can unpack all my stuff and get it arranged. Just have to find my lites for photography and I can take some pictures of my fashion dolls. I have to seal the cement than lay down flooring in sections as I move boxes and stuff around. Not looking forward to that. 400 members-Wow that is alot . Looking forward to the June Challenge-- now if I can just find my sewing machine.....
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when using a new pattern I am making a copy using recycled dryer sheet ( I always recycle a lot ) after the copy is made I can loosely stitch it and work on some needed adjustment. using this as my…"
"Ooooh, that site is To Die For! I knew a girl who did cloche hats in felt and she used wooden eggs from a crafts store mounted on a stand made from more wooden pre-made pieces for her hat forms. The ready made forms and kits at…"