You have made some great outfits!! Ebay is nothing but made in china stuff now it is so fustrating to fish through all of it. I agree those best buy fashions are nice but some of those vintage barbie fashions are so expensive!
Hi Andy! Thanks She is absolutely my fave doll. I have tried to make some clothes but I just don't have the patience sometimes. Do you make clothes for your girls? They are fabulous!! I love Boho too. And for some reason that style just looks fabulous on model #4. I think we would have lots of fun playing dolls together. I love tha diorama too. At least we have doll observers
thats so awesome! i've been hearing a few people mention ebay as their main source for dolls. i am a little confused though if you collect the vintage clothes or make them or if your collection is just a huge combo of both!! is there any way we can chat on facebook? http://www.facebook.com/tina.eisner
Lol, typos can be such a bitca! And I've always loved that name, but around where I grew up, if you weren't sexually promiscuous in High School you were called a "prude" so I kind of stopped liking it for a while but now it's swung back round and I love it again. Especially for MY Prudence!
I'm glad that you like the Jane Eyre pics so much, I actually won the Theme of the Month challenge with one of them. And since Jane Eyre is my favorite book(I carry a miniature copy with me everywhere), you can imagine how thrilled I was! I don't know if you noticed, but I cast the Severus Snape doll as Rochester. In other words, I had my No.1 movie crush playing my No.1 book crush. SUCH fun!
"Jackie, that's an excellent point... I think, often, in miniature all we can do is emulate the feeling of most historical periods. I would love to see your work and tap into your insights! I sew fairly well but, I'm just getting…"
"Hi Tilly - my favorite time frame is the first half of the 20th century. I design under the trade name of Katz Meow, with the influences of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. I don't make exact copies, but instead, try to emulate the feeling of…"