Monday, March 19, 2012

Welcome Renee



First doll of 2012: Renee.

I held out against other dolls, but I could not resist Renee's charms so she found her way into my Target basket and out of the store. Sigh. Here she meets some of the East Philly kiddies - from left to right, Darla, Abby, and Tawny Tommy. They stand outside the Barbie Teen Dream Bedroom.

I like the side, but I need to redo that flooring. Next time, folks ;-D

10 comments:

Georgia Girl said...

They are too cute! I picked up Renee yesterday as well. I went in Walmart to get one item and came out with four dolls....pitiful! Lol!

Chynadoll said...

Aww she's so cute! I need her!

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: I congratulate you on your scene. I really like the result. I have your Renee. I like all the Shellys, Chelseas ... are all very cute. Thank you for teaching them. Keep in touch

D7ana said...

Hi Georgia Girl, Chynadoll, and Marta! Yes, Renee is really cute ;-) Yay for us who have her. Hope Chynadoll you get her, too.

I want Viveca and the others too. Well, maybe I won't keep both Chelseas. Thinking ... then again, maybe I will.

Ms. Leo said...

I've been looking at her (Renee) too! You know, the bent arm thing but I guess there is nothing I can do about it. I might as well get her!

I love your Tommy and Abby too@

Hey, It's Muff said...

They are all so cute! Are these little dolls ever articulated or they cant be since they are so small?

Vanessa said...

Love your little kiddies. I had Renee in my hands a couple days ago, and unlike Georgia Girl, I put her back. She may make her way in at a later date. She is a cutie.

D7ana said...

Hi Ms. Leo, Hey, It's Muff, and Vanessa!

I think the kiddies are sooo cute. (I LOVE seeing Vanessa's Julian ;-D).

I think either Vanessa or Roxanne has an articulated Kelly/Chelsea. There is a recent articulated Chelsea in the Skipper-Chelsea bike set. Aren't they cute?

Marta said...

Hello from Spain, thanks for showing the video. It is very original. The dolls look like real people. The movement gives them life. Keep in touch.

D7ana said...

Hi and thanks for visiting, Marta! Yes, Philip Lane's movies make his figures seem life-like. I love the fight scene choreography. Can't imagine how much time and posting that took - shudder - lol.