Alexandra was my first ball jointed doll. I was lurking on BJDs almost two years, and then finally decided and ordered one for myself. I wanted an european-looking girl with feminine curves, which was not easy to find, until my path crossed with Iplehouse‘s – and it was done. I was returning to the site… Continue reading Alexandra’s box opening
I’m not much into souvenirs because they’re usually useless otherwise. This is a pencil sharpener I found a week ago in Portsmouth Historic Dockyards shop. Pretty good doll prop!
Alexandra was sitting at the doll shelf dressed in medieval gown just next to Erik dressed in jeans and a t-shirt. They didn’t look good together. So I made some contemporary clothes for Sashenka on last Sunday. The skirt is a half-circle cut, made of thin cotton. Sashenka stands like she’s having a back pain… Continue reading A touch of vintage
Greetings to you all! I’ve just started my very first doll blog (yup, you’re browsing it right now) and I’ll do my best to keep it up to date and full of dolly inspiration. I’m not much into writing in English; still, I will tell you the story hiding behind my blog name. Don’t worry,… Continue reading Why “Million Moons”?