Sunday, August 31, 2014

Sepia Sunday...

Today I've been trying some Super Dollfie sized clothes on my Maru & Friends Tanya, to see what does and doesn't fit these dolls.  I have a lovely outfit that a friend of mine in the US made for me some years ago and although it is a little bit tight in the chest for Tanya, I managed to get it on her.  She looks so totally different, like an old fashioned little girl.  She really reminded me of a little girl from The Railway Children, so I decided to do my photos in sepia.

Dress, apron and hat by Anita, OliveOil*53
Striped stockings by me
Scuffed brown leather boots by Ruthsdolls






8 comments:

  1. What a difference an outfit makes! She does look like she should be along side the railway track in the Railway children! And her eyes just shine out in every photo!
    Love the sepia tone, she looks so lovely Sharon
    Hugs Dee xx

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    1. Thanks very much Dee, and that is exactly what I thought, which is why I posed her over the edge of the back decking.....I could have used the wall but it was very dusty and I didn't want to spend time washing it all down first!!!! I thought she just warranted sepia because of how sweet she looked!!
      Big hugs Sharon xx

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  2. Lovely pictures, I love the sepia! She looks so cute in this outfit, very pretty <3 ! X

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    1. Thanks so much, I'm glad you like her photos. I agree the outfit is lovely on her, but my friend who made it said "I still don't like it!"....
      Hugs Sharon xx

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  3. Just adore this post of Tanya in Sepia. I find photos in this medium absolutely enchanting. 'A blast from the past' no less!

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    1. Thanks very much Kendal, I thought it was the perfect 'medium' for her in this outfit!
      Hugs SHaron xx

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  4. Lovely photos Sharon, the outfit is wonderful. Very easy on the eye! :) xxx

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    1. Thanks so much Ginger, I'm glad you enjoyed the photos!
      Hugs Sharon xx

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