Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Sisters....

The day that I found my little Asian girl at the Imaginarium toy shop, I thought she'd be just pefect with another little Asian dolly I had at home.  I can't remember who the little baby/toddler girl is made by, but like the bigger girl, she is made here in Spain.  When we came home from the coast I knew I was right, the two of them are perfect together and make great sisters!!  The bigger girl is called Jasmin and the little one is called Mai....and look Mai even has her own little Asian dolly too!











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  1. They're matching well, these two nice little asian girls, Sharon.
    And also this small dolly!
    oLvely photos, as everytime :)

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    1. Thanks so much Digne, glad you enjoyed them! Yes, considering that they come from different companies, they work very well together!

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  2. Cute little Asian family. Those Paola Reina dolls are rather sweet aren't they?

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    1. Thank you! Techinically, neither of these are actually Paola Reina, but I am almost positive that the bigger girl is made by them...and then sold through the toyshop Imaginarium. The little girl is from another Spanish doll company but I can't remember the name. There are a few companies here in Spain.

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  3. Just beautiful Sharon! Love their outfits too! :) xxxx

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  4. They make super little sisters. Cute outfits and just adore the wooden high chair!

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    1. Thank you Kendal! I got the high chair locally when a toy shop was closing down. I'm not entirely sure but think it is another Spanish company.

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  5. So sweet together. They really do look like sisters.
    I have Lui and a little Caucasian boy in this series - I think his name is Luiz? I thought I'd be able to sew for them and it would be nice to have a smaller doll pair for my now frequent 'holidays' in hospital ( I'm back there again - depressing so keep the blog post coming, I need entertainment!). Sadly, the MS is affecting my hands more and more and I'm finding the sewing for small sizes hard. Have you found any knitting patterns that actually look nice on these dolls? My poor little boy came as nature intended and is cold! The outfits are hugely expensive to buy here. Jenni x

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    1. Jen, I didn't even realise that you had MS, I'm so incredibly sorry to hear that. I'm also sorry to hear that you're back in hospital, I hope you're not in there long....maybe you're home again as I write this. I certainly hope so.
      I honestly haven't looked for knitting patterns because I don't knit very much....every now and again I will have a little go but to be honest, sewing is my forte. I will have a look though because they are a nice size to work with if you can do the whole knitting thing.

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  6. I must be spending too long on FB as I was looking for the LIKE button!!! DUH
    I love these little girls they are just so sweet. There used to be a toy shop near here with a doll display in the window, they had an Asian girl and boy, I used to cross the road especially to see them but never did buy them. Must have been saving myself for Sashas!

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    1. LOL, Rosie, I do that all the time!!!! Thank you very much, I'm glad you like them!

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  7. These two make wonderful siblings! (That highchair is so cute, too...)

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    1. Thanks very much Lynn, I'm glad you like them! The highchair is indeed really cute and very well made. It even has a little cushion on the seat that ties with ribbons to the back, and all very nicely sewn as well!

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  8. The do indeed look like sisters, what a great pair. Love how the baby as clenched hands. Her little doll is sweet too and a perfect size.
    I agree that the high chair is great.I keep meaning to look out for one but get led astray by other pretties and treasures :)

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    1. Thanks very much Dee, glad you like them! Yes, the clenched hands are really cute, like a real small child might do! This high chair is cute but is too small for the Sasha babies. I tried to put Bertie in it but he looked like something from "Honey I Blew Up the Kids!"

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  9. That last but one photo of big sis Jasmin holding little Mai is so cute and both their expressions are so 'real life' child like!! Beautiful photos as usual Sharon and such sweet outfits.

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    1. Thanks so much Jude, I'm glad you like them!

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  10. Oh, they are so cute together! That littlest doll is great, and the chair too, you always have such great accessories :-)!. Lovely pictures!!! X

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    1. Thanks so much Nymphaea! I really wish I'd bought more things when the shop was closing down, they had a bed, wardrobe and a cot or cradle too......lost opportunity!!!!

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