definitely creepy, but in ridiculously fabulous way!!!
She's fabulous...reminds me of my darling black cat, Natasha...the yellow eyes...so wise...the white whiskers and black glossy hair...in a word, fabulous.
I went all over this site. I even followed it to amazon, to the original dollmaker/instructor who recently died but taught so may so wonderfully. I think you got a good deal. Her ooak prices are reasonable. I also think you two should link, if you haven't.She has a strong Tim Burton streak, do you think? He is not my favorite, but I find the doll YOU chose very fascinating. this makes me want to research dolls. funny I was just writing on my blog about Madame Alexander dolls. I liked that little fuzzy thing you made for Azalea so much ...I forgot to tell you.I had a collection of porcelain headed dolls, antique, from my grandmother's house--some so old their dresses were tattered even though they were kept careuly wrapped in tissue. Beautiful dolls, with open mouths and pearly white teeth--sory of creepy, there! They had real hair. I would date them to the 1800's . Kid shoes, etc. lovely to think about.
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