Brotherly love in playscale: finding diversity in fashion dolls and action figures from the 1960s to now: Barbie, Fashion Royalty, Momoko, Susie, GI Joe, Power Team, Mixis.
Hello! I'm Ele and I too am a collector of dolls. You can find my collection and my creations (clothes, accessories and jewelry for dolls) on my blog:http://elenelab.blogspot.it/
Hello, Ele! I saw your blog and you do have lovely doll accessories there. Best of luck with your Etsy sales.
The Kenmore Kitchen did not sell. Darn, darn, darn. Oh well. Guess it is meant to stay with me. (Sigh ... yes, I am supressing a smile. Shrug. Have to find some other stuff to go.)
Yesterday was my bday
Hi D7ana! I think I have an Action figure but I don't know who she is or if it's a clone. How can I send you a photo to get your help? (if possible of course)
Anonymous, Happy Belated Birthday! Hope you got lots of presents.Hi Vanessa. You can e-mail me her photo at d7ana @ yahoo.com. I would be glad to tell you who she is if I know. May I have your permission to post her photo here?
Why on earth is all of your doll stuff still in plastic and boxes, etc? Do you ever play with your stuff?
Of course! No problem. I'm going home today so I guess I can send you the photo today or tomorrow. Thank you!
Hi Vanessa! About half of my stuff is out of box; the other half is boxed, waiting for the Perfect Day when I can put together the Perfect Playscale World. Sigh. Thanks for that question, it calls for a post response ;-DHi Vanessa from Portugal! Oh, goody! I love to figure out who is who? Or to share with others - if you want, you could post the photo on your blog, let me and others here know and we could make our guesses on your blog. Whatever would be easier for you ;-D
Hi, I can't get the video to play. I maybe doing something wrong. Do I just click on the arrow?
Hi Ms. Leo! You weren't doing anything wrong here. No video here ;-)
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