I'm generally a happy, cheerful person
who tries to enjoy life as much as she can. c:
So, Qui asked Fawn one crisp morning while they each nibbled lazily on a delicious grass and evergreen salad. "Fawn, I am curious. What exactly do you carry in that big bag of yours? And why do you carry it around all of the time? It's like you're a forest hobo or something". Fawn just stared at him for a few seconds before swallowing. She could have been contemplating her answer but instead grabbed another handful of the salad.
"Some day I'll share that unimportant information. Let's just finish eating and quickly plan our adventures for today."
This story may or may not continue...
art and background done by yours truly >w<
DO NOT STEAL. tsktsk
My sweet Blythe Punkaholic People, named Agatha Moss.
Gosh yes, Miss Sally Rice is a little stunner! That minty hair with her pale skin is gorgeous! She is VERY expensive though. I have the same issue with Vinter Arden- she is such a beautiful doll, and her stock is amazing, but boy has she rocketed in price!
Ooh, I do like Moshi Moshi! I've stalked a few Moshi pieces in the past, but it's getting harder to get hold of Moshi stuff now. But they've got a stall at Blythecon EU in Paris this year (which I'm going to) so I'll definitely be checking them out! Same for Hanon, I've loved their pieces for ages, but never actually bought any. I'd love to see what they have!
Those are some exciting customisation plans! Sam does really lovely work, I bet she'll look great! You must post pictures when she's done!
A Lolita pirate outfit sounds awesome, I'd love to see pictures sometime. I sew for my girls too but tend to keep it fairly simple- I'm not quite good enough to manage anything so adventurous yet!
Ah, I'd love a cotton candy haired Blythe too! Or at least definitely one with a cute fantasy hair colour. I have a huge dolly craving for Enchanted Petal at the moment!
Be careful- Blythe collecting is far too addictive! whee
I got my first Blythe about 4 years ago, a Nicky Lad, but she's since been fully customised (I do kind of miss her original look though). Now I've got 3 Blythes (my custom, Regina Irwen and Bianca Pearl), 2 Middie Blythes (Cherish Me Always and Nellie Nibbles) and 1 Petite (Jeremy Macintosh).
It is a great hobby, full of lots of lovely creative and amazingly talented people. heart
Hi! I was stalking your profile, and I see you got a Blythe! Punkaholic is one of my favourites, and she is looking lovely in that Mori-style headdress!
(Sorry for random comment, just had to share some Blythe love)
Let me know when you bring up your etsy hun, gosh, you have such talent~ * U * I hope those head-bands are big enough for my head... my circumference is a little larger than most ):
Otherwise, yes, I would like get two of those headbands aaaah.
eeeee the next time I get to see her I'll ask her about it, I got it like two years ago and I've never been able to fix it! haha
I have a lot of old dresses and things that I can't wear anymore for one reason or another so I'm going to scrap all of them and turn them into something cute, then with the leftovers I might make a few hairbows~
There's a hobby lobby nearby but I avoid it just for political reasons, ahh I sound like a prude now lol There's also an AC Moore really closeby but mine doesn't have fabric D: Google Maps is a good idea! I'll have to remember that the next time I go on a craft supply run :'D
Oh no, I'm in love with your tumblr... that's not good aha. (My wallet is going to weep but this would be a wonderful present for my friend~).
Would you be moving to a new store by any chance? I'm still interested in commissioning but I also love to see what kind of inventory
to your future customers too~
I know the pain, my sewing machine is broken e n e The bobbins won't stay in place so I might just have my aunt fix it, she's a sewing machine wizard haha
Maybe you could make a cute little bag for yourself? They're relatively easy to hand-sew and I could recommend a few sites or a book of bag patterns I have laying around somewhere lol I've been meaning to make a cute bag but none of my fabrics really match each other. There's supposed to be a JoAnn Fabric around 15 minutes away from where I live but I can't find it D:
aww haha thank you! It's by Teagan White, her drawings are absolutely adorable. Almost all of her work features cute little forest animals. She came out with a fabric line and I am DYING to get my hands on some to make a skirt~