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Other Dolls

Here I will make room for all the other dolls that are childhood loved ones, or have sneaked in along the way...

 

My childhood walking doll, she still works! She is very big as you can see on the second picture. I remember my mum telling that my dad had to stand in a long cue and wait for the toyshop to open, just to make sure that he got one! She was terribly expencive, but I loved her very much. As you can see her head and arms are made of soft vinyl and has faded over the years. She is from the factory that uses a turtle as their brand.

 

This is a porcelain doll, Enya, that I never finished. I still need to make her some clothes and do her hair nicely. I made her from scratch, quite fun to do, but then I got kids Lol! Maybe I'll finish her one day...

 

My all time favorit childhood doll was Daisy. I was once visiting another girl, who had Barbies and fell in love with my Daisys. When I got home she had switched one of my dolls with this ugly (no offense to the Barbie collectors, any doll who had replaced your favorite doll is not appreciated at all!!!) I never really forgave "her" (the doll) so I'm afraid she lurks in a box. The dress is an original Barbiedress, with zipper and label.

This I have always called a Barbieclone, I have seen her on several auctions, but I'm not sure who she is. The only childhood "Barbie" I had.

 

I do like many of the beautifull Barbie, but not as a collector. A few have sneaked in though, such as this 1998 christmas Barbie. The girl next to her was actually purchased for my mum, but I fell for her, and asked if I could keep her.