Happy Sunday! I hope you had a great week! We have lots of great photos to share this week so let’s get started.
From Alyssa – Kit is testing out the slide on the duct tape loft bed I made inspired by Natalie’s loft bed post.
From Rachel M – I was in AC Moore when I found this great find. A craft feather boa that is a great size for 18″ dolls. It is a yard long, but if you don’t like the length you could always trim it. Springfield Doll Maria looks very cute as the model.
From Sherie – Here is Kidz ‘n Cats doll Tinka who we have renamed Giovanna.
From Paris – the dolls celebrated National Smile Day earlier this week.
From Julia – I saw Natalie’s craft post and it was just so cute!!!! I needed another doll bed, too. I put fabric on the box instead of duck tape and used a spare unfinished quilt for the blanket. I also made a quick bolster pillow. The inside of the box, I decided, would be an art studio for a soon-to-arrive Saige, and so would the bed. Samantha is testing it out to make sure it is comfortable. So far, she says it is. I hope you like it!
Fromm Hannah C – In honor of Pride & Prejudice’s birthday i dressed up my doll Millie as Jane.
From Katie – Snow White just loves the snow!
From Gail – vote for my photostory for the Harmony Girls contest please.
From Emmalee – Alexis works on her handstand
From Hannah B – Sonali and Kit are playing a memory game together. They had a lot of fun!
From Lizzie – This is my Journey Girl Kelsey doll I bought at Toys R Us last year.She came with a floral dress, leather like vest, pink strappy sandals, and a suede purse.
From Kathy – Caroline is finally getting ready to enjoy a day of ice skating! She has had the flu, and had to stay inside for quite a while. Caroline sewed and embroidered her drawstring purse while she was stuck indoors to help pass the time.
From AGinParadise – This is Saige in her new art studio! The paint brush I found in my old paint set, the Canvas is made out of paper and painted by me, the water cup is from the AG plates and cups exclusive, the easel is actually a photo holder, the paint pallet is from a tutorial on youtube, and the bubble gum machine was from my friend for Christmas!
From Jan – Here is a collection of my favorite dolly pictures. My three favorites were the one of Nicki in the snow (Yippee, snow day!) the one of Nicki and our kitten, and the one of Nicki and Rebecca (close up). I hope you enjoy these photos; I’m sure my dolls had a lot of fun posing for them!
Hey, I’m Elly and I love dolls! My dolls are waiting for the new Doll Diaries camisole that I am so grateful for winning! These aren’t all pictures of my dolls, some of them are just the same doll because I’m busy getting them ready by dressing them up and giving them “makeovers” for an upcoming special event! As soon as the Doll Diaries shirt comes in the mail I will send you a picture of my dolls modeling it!
Also from Tony – Jane is wearing Magic Attic doll hair extensions in her hair (a curly piece and 2 braided headbands with pearls). The hair color is a little different, but it works well for an easy updo.
From Sydney – I took a few pictures of Lauryce outside after the snow melted. Here she is sitting on a bare tree branch.
From Madison – Felicity and Saige had a great day with Spots and Pepper!
From Molly – This is an outfit I sewed for Mini Molly today. I enjoy dressing her in old-fashioned styles–believe it or not, they’re relatively easy to sew. She is also settling into her new room-she just moved into a tree house! I’ll try to send in a doll house tour soon. Molly and I are both very excited. (I think she’s hoping Emily will come to live with us soon. )
From Sheila on our Facebook page – Getting ready for Valentine’s Day.
From Emma on our Facebook page – Waiting for the rodeo parade to begin!
From April – Saige arrived in Australia this week. She came on a road trip with us today and was enjoying the view of the cows and the country side.
From Maddy– I made my doll Sabrina two duct tape dresses, she loves them!
From Noelle – a doll’s point of view.
We love seeing what you make for your dolls, adventures they have, and great finds. If you would like to submit your photo for next week’s Sunday Showcase, here are the basics:
- RESIZE your photos to 540 pixels wide (this is easy to do using one of the free tools www.picmonkey.com, ipiccy.com or fotoflexer.com)
- Email your photo to email@example.com (it must be your own photo – do not take photos from someone else’s site and submit them as your own)
- Put “SUNDAY SHOWCASE” in the subject line (I get a ton of email & this will help ensure yours makes it in)
- Make sure you include a description or caption for your photos
**NOTE – because I will be at ToyFair next Sunday, all Sunday Showcase entries for this week MUST be in my inbox by FRIDAY or they will be kept for the following week.