In case you hadn’t heard, we had so many amazing photos sent in this week that we needed three separate posts to handle them all! So, if you missed them – PART 1 & PART 2… And for the final batch of reader submitted photos, here you go!
Happy Easter from all of Tarynn’s dolls!
From Madison – This is from my doll’s birthday party. Dolls up to left to down to right – Ivy, Maria, Lexi, Kaya, Josefina, another of my friend’s dolls, and Ruthie.
From Noelle – Saige in red.
From Janet – On Thursday my mother, grandma and I went to Target and my mother bought me Hearts For Hearts Girls Zelia!
From Shannon – Chocolate Chip’s barking drove Saige up a tree!!!!
From Shannon – Emily enjoyed her first trip to American Girl!
Sleepover Sunday! Consuelo and April are having a fun time doing each others nails, playing music, and chatting while having a sleepover! From Natalie (alex17)
Nadia is enjoying the warm spring air in her favorite spring outfit. From MyInnerStarUStudios
From Quita – I got this doll at a thrift store for $19.00 and she already has her ears pierced! She is in good shape too!
From June – Lanie and Olive (JLY #43) take a walk near the flowers which are just starting to bloom bright yellow. Coconut and Sugar find one very interesting.
From Bailey: This is a picture if my dolls in their Easter dresses.
Saige as little red riding hood with pepper as the wolf from Gracekelly
Ella as Gretel from Hansel and Gretel from Gracekelly
Saige enjoys riding in the car from aginparadise.
From Linda, who went with her grandaughters to Williamsburg. Sadly, our granddaughters had to wear stocking hats and layers of jackets the week of March 18th. Still an incredible “Time Travel”. One of the Shopkeepers complimented them on their “appropriate Colonial dresses” and hoped they were not like that Felicity Merriman who RAN in the streets and wore Ben’s pants. He told us later that we might recognize him in the Felicity movie!
Also from Linda from their visit to Williamsburg.
And a quick photo story from Diana:
As Anna Ming sat looking through the Carpentina Catolog, she drifted away into her imagination.
She was the fair lady in a beautiful mansion with very classical furniture. She wore the most beautiful shimmering yellow and black lace dress. Was she really here?
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 firstname.lastname@example.org (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