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Thursday, December 13, 2012



It amazes me how everyone sees things so differently. I have never really thought of these dolls as creepy, a little sad maybe, but so expressive and artsy! I LOVE looking at their photos and clothes...the amazing creations people come up with and truly, they are another art form. I used to play with dolls when I was little, but never collected them. Now I just love dolls, but only certain ones that speak to me. I love to think about their history and who might have owned them and played with them...especially the Chinas and German/French bisque dolls.

I hope you LOVE your new hobby Kim and am sooo happy I connected you to the world of Blythe! Can't wait to see your creations! We should never stop finding new hobbies, inspirations, and forms of expression! xoxo



Bobbie in AK

I've collected dolls for years, although I've slowed down considerably since the knitting bug hit. I have a few friends who knit and sew exclusively for dolls. I have three Blythe dolls. They are an acquired taste! I think I am in love with these custom creations. Thanks for the links.

Barbara S

Wow...you should really explore this area of dolls and see where your creativity takes you! How wonderful to be able to enjoy dolls all over again. I've always loved dolls and luckily my two daughter did as well.
I wouldn't be surprised if you found your own little creative niche. Your Autumn doll is beautiful.


My first reaction was creepy, but looking back at the pictures they seem more appealing, especially their expressive little mouths. I am sorry to hear about your ongoing back and neck problems.


The Autumn doll is so you! Interesting details. Hoping that your back issues are resolved so you don't have to scale back on the yarn dyeing business anytime soon.


I can see why you like her...she is dressed in your favorite colors. I had many favorite dolls, but with several girl siblings there was no way to keep them safe from little hands.


I've never been a lover of dolls and some of those are kind of creepy. The one you bought is beautiful, though, and she reminds me of YOU.

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