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Dolls Love Christmas
From the Show Floor

Dolls love Christmas!  This is my Bluette, created by Jean Nordquist.....with a small cloth rocking horse that my son stitched up when he was in the 6th grade and a cloth tree that I made the same year.

 

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Ultra Basic Esme
Dolls in Black, Chronicles and Perspectives

After preordering about a month ago from Tonnerdirect.com, Ultra Basic Esme is here!  Her price, new facial screening, 13 points of articulation, and the Dreamgirls complexion prompted the order. 

 

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A Renewed Love of Rag Dolls
The Doll Addiction

It’s been years since I’ve cuddled a rag doll of my own in my hands. And as an Alice in Wonderland enthusiast, the ad for the Go Ask Alice show in Santa Barbara caught my attention.

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What's an Anthro?
Editor's Blog

Ball-jointed doll (BJD) designers (and collectors) are famous for pushing boundaries and redefining norms in the doll world. One example of that is the facet of BJDs growing in popularity which are anthropomorphic in nature.

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Ball-jointed Doll Convention in San Diego
The Doll Addiction

I attended my first ball-jointed doll convention, Oberon’s Ball, in San Diego last weekend. It was my first, but it definitely won’t be my last!

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A Visit with Santa
Dolls in Black, Chronicles and Perspectives

Several days before Christmas, Ginny and her twin brother, "Jimmy" visited Santa.  They shared their handwritten lists with Santa.  Ginny's list is slightly longer than Jimmy's.

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Singing Hannah Montana Doll Makes the News
Editor's Blog

You say potato; I say potato. Banal, right? Doesn’t matter how you pronounce it. … The person on the receiving end of the communication will understand and that’s all that matters. Well, in light of the recent controversy over what it is exactly that one 3-year-old’s interpretation of what her new Hannah Montana doll is saying, the nuance of pronunciation matters after all.

So what is the doll really saying? You be the judge.

 

 

 
Making a Doll List and Checking It Twice
PsychDollogy

Black Friday is here and the local morning news stations seemed to be at every shopping location to interview the blurry-eyed, giggly, sleep deprived consumers. As a service to the community they periodically provided tips to their viewers and at one point this morning, a shopper distilled the reporting into one concise message.

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