Positively Perfect Divahs - I can't get enough of them!I have a new AG Friends post coming up in the next day or two, on guess who? Here's a preview. ;) Read more about New Positively Perfect Friends Post
Today my two random dolls are Gotz Anna and Effanbee Katie. I don't know what year Anna is from, but she's an unusual version of Hannah with wavy hair. Meanwhile Katie is Effanbee's Sunshine Sweetie Katie from 2006.
Wow, so it looks like both My LIfe As and Our Generation each have a brand new boy doll to compete with American Girl's Logan Everett!
These guys look really cute and I hope I get a chance to review one (or both) of them soon. The new My Life as a School Boy looks like a blond version of the Caucasian school boy by My Life as, but with a bookish flavor. I love it!
Our Generation's new boy Rafael is especially special in . . . Read more about New Kids on the Block
Today my two random dolls were randomly selected from my list of custom dolls, LRC Charmers and The Cool Ones. They dont have names; they're both prototypes for future dolls.
Both the dolls use face sculpts by Pat Secrist (I adore Secrist faces!): Annette on the left, and Punkin the little princess on the right.
The Springfield Collection by Fibre Craft describes itself as "a brand of fun, fashionable and affordable 18-inch dolls, clothing, accessories and furniture." Their modestly priced 18" dolls have have been a popular alternative to the costlier American Girl dolls, but the current Springfield Collection dolls are the result of a long evolution, beginning in the mid 1990s. Read more about Springfield Collection Dolls
So I had a few things I needed to square away, plus I took a little bit of time off to learn how to animate and also do some writing. I'm kind of one of those jack-of-all-trades people, master at none. Read more about Back!
My bigger quest is to get all four 18" Asian molds, Pearl, Kim, Berkeley, and Cai. I've collected three of them in the last year and hopefully I'm zeroing in on the last.
My Life As dolls first appeared in 2012 when Madame Alexander introduced a new 18" play doll collection which featured dolls in different life roles, and were sold exclusively through Walmart. MA had been partnered with Walmart the year before for their 2011 Friends Boutique collection but replaced them with the new My Life As dolls. Read more about My Life As Dolls