I had Kirsten, and then the dear little girl I babysat pulled on the leg and loosened her string (oh well, it's a doll, and I love Wren (the girl) to pieces :DOh, I left a comment on my blog for ya!! :D You made my DAY!! :D
Well, if you're interested, I do know how to reattach limbs and replace strings. :-) :-)I'm so glad my comment made your day! And I really mean it, I LOVE your illustrations!
Cute, Melanie!! I love the picture of the dolls laying together on their backs like girlfriends. :) You're creative.
I love the website and the dolls clothes you and your sisters make!:)I received Kirsten for Christmas one year when I was a kid, too. She's a little worse for wear, but I still love her:) I also have Felicity, who is in a bit better condition since I was older when I got her. One can never be too old to love dolls, and I carried mine around with me until I was 15:) I felt like such a traitor, leaving them at home, but I'm sure they've had some simply splendid times together since then;)~Tasha~(aka Lady Edith on Shelfari)
Making doll clothes sounds like a blast!Blessings...
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