I've lost count of how many dolls I've made and sold now.
I do have my favourites though.
Most are now scattered across the United States.
They're all different and I loved making each and every one. Some people ask me if its hard to sell them, to let them go. No. I love the thought that someone loves what I do enough to buy one.
I love the thought of a little person getting around with one of my dolls tucked under their arm or into their bed.
This one is still for sale in my Etsy shop, the rest have been sold. I enjoy the challenge of custom orders too, you can purchase directly from the shop or contact me from here.
I hope your day brings you happiness, craftiness and contentment!
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