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It’s A Wonderful Dolly World

Hi My Lovely Friends,

This post is for my doll loving readers out there. I’ve done several photos of my blythe dolls, but in this post, I’ll just be showing you my favorite pics so far. I’ve played around with them a little bit in photoshop. I’ve also got a couple photos of my doll from 1995, who is a jewel rider. ^_^ I love her. She is the exact doll I had as a kid.

Anyway, so I hope you enjoy this blog post!

GOLDIE SITTING

These first two pics are of little miss Goldie. She apparently loves Pop Rocks, Balloons, and Wiener Dogs! :3

{Customized by Me.}

GOLDIE

Below is my childhood jewel rider doll. I love this little doll so much! It helps that the colors on her are some of my favorite colors! ^_^Jewel Rider Girl Other blythes

Rogue and Faira would like for you to have a great evening. “Bye!” :) Thanks so much for reading, gals and guys!

xoxo — MaceyLou

{ Blythe Doll Customs, & Other Girly Things }

Hello Friends,

Yesterday I posted this video:

Let me know what you all think about my new youtube venture, where I create fresh content each week, straight to your screen. :3

I’m excited to share various things with you all, and I hope you are, too! Let me know what you think. You can connect with me in many ways:

Kitten Carousel Dollies Website: http://www.kittencarouseldollies.com
Kitten Carousel Dollies Shop: http://kittencarouseldolls.storenvy.com/
My Dolls on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KittenCarouselDollies
Me & My dolls on Instagram: http://instagram.com/maceyloubrown
Me & My dolls on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Macey_Lou
Me & My dolls on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/maceylou/
Dolly Blog {Temporary}: http://kittencarouseldollies.wordpress.com/

My Graphic Design // Illustration Website: http://www.maceylou.com

YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/maceyloubrown

{YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9QK-JepDjE}

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Love you all!! :) Hope your Thursday was awesome! Stay tuned for more videos & blog posts if you like what you’re seeing…

Tutorials are coming, too! :)

xoxo – MaceyLou

Adventurous Friday #4: Sort of…

Hello My Lovely Starfishes!!

I’m sorry to say there will not be an adventure today, mostly because it’s rainy and yucky outside. I can’t think of much to do as an “adventure” that’s worth blogging about that I could go on tonight. However, I am going to tell you what I did today:

  1. Worked, worked, worked some more…
  2. & went to Hobby Lobby

Why did I go to Hobby Lobby? I bought me some red tulle fabric for only 31 cents! 31 cents! There isn’t much in this world that’s under 50 cents, much less as low as 31 cents. Total came out to 34 cents with tax added in. It’s not a ton of tulle, but since I’ll be using it for a doll outfit, it’s more than plenty!

I guess I didn’t mention to you guys that I’m obsessed with Blythe dolls…

Well, I am. I can’t help it. They’re so cute, and I absolutely love almost all things cute. Notice I said “almost” all. Some things are too cutesy girly that they make me wanna puke, but now I’m going off on a tangent. For the most part, though, I love all things cute. Hello Kitty is another thing I adore. I mean, I don’t have Hello Kitty posters plastered on my walls, but I do enjoy Hello Kitty and I have since I was little.

Blythe dolls, however, are another creature entirely. I knew NOTHING about them when I was a kid. The originals were produced in 1972 by Kenner in USA and only out for about a year before they were discontinued. Kids were terrified of either their huge heads or their huge eyes. However, Gina Garan, took photos of them and brought them back “in style” so to speak and they began being produced again, this time, by Takara (a toy company). That was back in 2000 or 2001 (not sure). Well, that’s a rough history. Sorry, I don’t know why I spat all that out, but yeah.

Anyway, my point is Blythe dolls are beloved by women and girls, both. Actually I’ve seen more women between the ages of 20 and 50 have the dolls than little girls. This is probably because of their price and the fact that they can be customized majorly and then resold if the owner wishes. That’s one of the things I love most about them: the creativity. You can either keep them regular (with stock make-up and not customize them) or you can customize them. We’re talking carving of the face, doing new make-up, changing eye-chip colors, hair colors, making clothing for them, making miniature items and accessories for them, and the list goes on and on and on.

For more information:

I would post a photo, but I don’t want to use someone’s photo without permission, and I’m still waiting on my blythe doll to come in the mail. :)

Hearts & Stars,

MaceyLou