Saturday, 18 September 2010

A Treat for the Babies!

Ross and Emma decide to give the babies a puppet show. They have set up the puppet theatre and have decided to perform 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears,' one of the babies' favourite stories.

Fritz as manager checks to see if the audience has arrived and are sitting quietly.
(A mistake here as I shouldn't have put my little black baby against the blackboard background.)

The show begins!

(Could have posed Emma better but found it difficult to get my Arthritic hands in the cramped space between the theatre and towel backgound.)

At the end the babies are allowed to meet the characters.

New waif Gotz doll and new Dollydoodles commisioned outfit arrive.

I have named her Faith to remind me of this Papal visit to the UK.
I'm really thrilled with the combination of her dark skin sun tanned tone against the pale outfit. Seen here with a OOAK Hoodie by Ruthsdolls as the weather has now got a slight Autumnal feel to it.

Think that I need to take another look at the fringe and the way I have pulled it over to the side. Feeling now that it could have been neater but as usual I was racing against time!

Thursday, 16 September 2010

Baby Girls under close reveiw.

1970s sexed baby Nightdress wearing a OOAK Ruthsdoll's outfit made from my own material.

1970s sexed baby Nightdress wearing a OOAK Ruthsdoll's dress and pants.

1971 sexed baby Nightdress re-rooted by Lisa Hartley and wearing a sasha*smiles outfit.

1970s baby Nightdress sexed girl wearing a Monigue Doris wig due to falling hair and in a sasha*smiles outfit.

1970s dark eyed sexed baby Nightdress girl with a full head re-root by Lisa Hartley and again wearing a sasha*smiles outfit.

1971/2 sexed baby Nightdress girl wearing a Tenesse Sisters little dress and pants.

My Baurernkinder Farmchild Studio Doll.

My 1950-60s C type body and face mould III Studio Doll in a farmchild outfit. These dolls are unique OOAK and handpainted by Sasha Morgenthaler herself. The farm children were based on Sasha's observation of Swiss mountain children. Her foot is signed and she still has her wrist tag. Striped, plaid, checked and solid materials are mixed in her outfit and she wears knitted woollen socks and high leather boots. (Apart from her skirt her clothes and footware are original.)