The July issue of Victoria Etc. magazine has been released.
Two of our Dress-Up Toddler dolls
are featured in this publication.
You may be wondering what we mean
when we reference our dolls as Dress-Up Toddlers.
You control the personality of your doll!
Pick your favorite facial expression from our in-stock dolls
and then browse our wardrobe closet
for the perfect clothing to dress your creation.
Want ruffles and lace? We have party dresses.
Want contemporary? You'll find casual styles too.
The dark-eyed, dark-haired beauty pictured above
is created from the Sammy expression.
She is dressed in a cute print jumper
with scenes of the city of Paris.
Her attire is finished with a striped shirt
and a perky headband to accent her hair.
Don't you want to pinch the cheeks of this sweetie
as she gazes up at you with her blue eyes.
She was created from our Jordan expression
and wears a rosy pink shirtdress
accented with cotton lace at the sleeves.
The girls have found a shady spot in the garden
the perfect location for sharing a sweet treat.
This photo of the two dolls together
provides a good illustration
of the skin tone differences between
the Light and Extra Light skin tones available.
The doll on the left has Light skin tone which
gives her a suntan appearance.
The doll on the right has the Extra Light skin tone
which has a pink glow.
Shop our boutique at this link
to see other dolls that are available.
If you are not familiar with Victorian Etc.,
their articles cover history of the Victorian people,
as well as their lifestyle, customs and crafts.
You can read the current edition of Victorian Etc. here.
Doll in the Looking Glass advertisement is on page 24.
The July edition of Victorian Etc. has special
feature articles on old-time Hollywood stars
and is titled "Hurray for Hollywood".
This on-line magazine is free and
you can provide your e-mail address at their home page
and receive future issues directly into your inbox.
I'm sure you will enjoy reading it.
Until next time, live and love well.
You're Gonna Love It Tuesday at Kathe with an E
This forum reveals random thoughts and reflections on topics of interest and events impacting the life of the founder of Doll in the Looking Glass. Our boutique specializes in custom designed dolls that look like your child. We also design toddler and baby dolls that look real using vinyl doll components manufactured in Midland, Michigan USA by Apple Valley Doll Works. The goal of Doll in the Looking Glass is to delight our customers with our creations. We would love to create a special doll for you!