And other doll makers were found at Spooky Time Jingles, AHAG, and other primitive doll sites.
I have told other stories on previous posts if you want to know more of my wonderful experience with the doll makers and designers online. Without much further ado, I am going to slowly show my doll collection, and I don't like to part with any of them, but the time has come. Thank you so very much and enjoy the dolls! posted by Teresa
|This doll was made by Deirdra Doan of Deirdra Doan's blogspot. The doll's name is The Lady of Del Mar. She is made out of a cloth body and has a Creative Paper Clay face and torso with embellishments of a sea shell and other lovely items.|
|Here is another photo of The Lady of Del Mar in her finery with a tiny star fish as an embellishment. (The other sea shells behind her and next to her are not part of her accessories.) She is about 17 inches from head to toes.|
|This is Abelia from Sarah Faber of Blackeyed Suzie's blog. She is made from paper clay and is a Victorian Gothic style doll. Sarah is a fabulous doll maker. The doll is about 11 inches from head to toes. She is a real charmer.|
|Here is a close up of Abelia's extraordinary facial features, exquisitely painted, and also her beautiful hair coff.|
|Alice in Wonderland by Abi Monroe of Oklahoma. Abi's dolls are charmers and are perfection. Alice has her own tea cup and has a key to the door to Wonderland. (The flower and tea spoon were optional and do not come with the doll).|
|Another adorable Alice in Wonderland charmer with her bunny rabbit by Michelle Sylvia of Black Berry Briar. She stands on a pedestal with her stripped stockings showing through her tulle flounce and ruffled overskirt. She stands about 9 inches tall.|