Sunday, April 1, 2012

Victorian Inspired Dolls Featured

The April issue of Victorian Etc. has been published.  

Victorian Etc. seemed an appropriate venue to showcase some of the
Doll in the Looking Glass creations.
Here is a peek at the artwork we submitted for publication.

The sweet toddler in the aqua dress is one of our Dress-Up Toddlers.
This expression is named Chipmunk.
She has Extra Light skin tone with Tiger Brown eyes.
Her shoulder length Blond hair has soft curls on the ends. 
She is dressed in a Victorian inspired ruffles and lace dress for this photo
but there are lots of other clothing choices available in our boutique.

The baby dressed in ivory lace is one of our ready to love baby dolls that look real.
This creation with Auburn hair and Chocolate Brown eyes
is named Cream and Honey.
A special Inner Glow technique gives another level of realism
to her Extra Light skin tone.

If you are not familiar with the free on-line magazine, 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 April edition of Victorian Etc. has a feature covering the
lovely 19th century resort, The Grand Hotel,
located on Mackinaw Island, Michigan.

If you don't already subscribe to this on-line magazine,
you can provide your e-mail address at their home page
and receive future issues directly into your inbox.

Until next time, live and love well.

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!


Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Just beautiful!
I just read Victorian,Etc. and saw this!!


Debra@CommonGround said...

Your dolls are amazing, thanks so much for joining in on Monday Marketplace

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