Saturday, November 28, 2015

A Girl for All Time Dream Wishlist!

Hey guys! This week, I'm going to share my wishlist of items from A Girl for All Time (a 16 inch historical doll brand). So, without further ado, let's get started!

1. Lydia, Your Georgian Girl ($109.00)


Lydia's so pretty! I love her hair and eye color combination. Plus, her time period is my absolute favorite!

2. Clementine's Party Dress & Petticoat ($39.99)


I originally wasn't a big fan of this outfit, but then I saw @karaleels's photos of her Clementine in it on Instagram and fell in love! It's such a sweet color and design, and I love how the skirt puffs out with the petticoat.

3. Mathilda's Masked Ballgown ($19.99)


I love the colors here - they go together so well! Plus, I'm a sucker for outfits from the Tudor time period. xD

4. Amelia, Your Victorian Girl ($109.00)


I love Amelia's meet outfit - the color is my favorite! And her hair looks like it would be super fun to style.

5. Mathilda's Velvet Cloak ($27.99.)


Such a gorgeous and rich color! Plus, it looks so soft.

Well, those are the items I want from A Girl for All Time! Do any of you have AGAT dolls? If so, which ones? If not, do you want any? And what do you think of the line? Comment below, and see ya next Saturday. :)

- Ellie

Thursday, November 26, 2015

Skater - A Photoshoot

HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!!!:)
I hope your Thanksgiving is fun!:D
I took these pictures on Tuesday and even though the photoshoot wasn't my favorite, I wanted to share them.:)
 














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I hope you liked the pictures.:) I realized when I was taking these pictures that my bright pink hoodie was acting as a pink reflector and some of my pictures had this really weird reddish pink tint to it! LOL!:)
-Emma-


Monday, November 23, 2015

Flora and Eleanor in the Snow Flurries!

Hey everyone!

Today I will be sharing a photoshoot I did featuring Flora and Eleanor out in the snow flurries! (I had actually taken these photos on Saturday morning, and it was actually a coincidence that Ellie had done a similar photoshoot! :) )

Here's the photos:

(Since Flora's photoshoot was first, there was less snow in the background ;)  ) 







And now here is Eleanor's photoshoot: 





Thank you so much for reading and have a Happy Thanksgiving! :) 

Saturday, November 21, 2015

~ The First Snow ~














AWWWWW YESSSSS SNOWWWW.

It was the first snow last night, and I couldn't be more excited! Even though Thanksgiving is right around the corner, it feels like Christmas. What was your favorite pic? Comment below.

- Ellie

Friday, November 20, 2015

How to make a thanksgiving silver holder for dolls!!

Hello!!! Today I am going to be making a doll sized thanksgiving silverware holder. I made a TON of these (in a bigger scale, of course) for my family's thanksgiving dinner. I had all the supplies, so I tried to make a doll sized version. Here is the actual holder:
It has a place to write 3 things you are thankful for. (Please ignore the funny looking turkey) :) Here is the doll sized version:

~What you will need~
-a paper bag
-markers
-scissors
-tape
-pen (optional)
-ruler


First, cut a tiny piece of your paper bag, and fold it, with the back part slightly higher than the front. 
Take a pen or a marker and write "Count your blessings" and write the numbers.
Take a ruler and draw a straight line under the one, two, and three. 
So it looks like this. :)
Now the fun part: grab some markers (I used fall colors) and draw a design on the bottom. I did little dots, but you could do leaves, turkeys, or whatever you like.
Now take a piece of tape and stick it on one side.
Turn the holder over and fold over the tape.
Like this. Repeat on the other side so it makes a pocket, and your done!!!!
I made ones for all my dolls. :)
Have a great evening!! ~Marissa
 

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