A pretty backdrop, some knitted clothes for Amelia and arrivals from Fairyland.
I'm not happy with the way the armholes turned out so I will be redoing them later today, but I love the pastel colours on her. You can see more of this photo shoot on my Flickr.
Fleetfoot flew in on Friday, with Ruggiero on his back. This hippogriff is one hell of a feat of engineering by Fairyland, it has to be seen to be believed! I am so glad I splurged on this one and I love the violet resin, it's so pretty IRL.
Hope you are all enjoying your weekend. :)
Yesterday afternoon, a parcel arrived at my home, thanks to Alasse's kind generosity. After carefully removing all the wrapping and very much to my surprise, inside amongst lots of other little goodies, I found this wonderful little white kitty. Isn't he just the cutest little puss? I just love his attitude, although at first I didn't know what to call him, I have since named him Renoir. I think he and Monet will become the closest friends.
AND I might add, I also have Alasse to thank for the introduction to Camellia Dynasty, where I found the most beautiful BJD horse! Fortunately I won't be paying for this one, hubby is giving me this for Christmas! (I've been told, if he arrives before, I am not allowed to open him until Christmas Day.)
The sculpt is Sage and he is 26cm tall with 16mm eyes, but I will call him Snowdrift.
I haven't intentionally been avoiding you all, but ever since I purchased my Narsha, I have been engrossed in Dollmore's website. There are soooo many beautiful dolls on there which I had never seen before. I think browsing there could have been a big mistake on my part, because now I think I will have to add their Kid Grammy to my wish list.
At first I looked at getting the Memorial Box Grammy, which I thought was really nice, but I really like the basic Grammy's very soft face up more. I do need a blonde in my doll family and this face up is perfect for a blonde, don't you think?
If any of you have Dollmore dolls (I know Carolyn and Niina do) I would really love to hear what you think of their posing abilities and see what you have done with them.