I am having another small clear out to make way for a new doll....or three! And so the following girl is looking for a new home. She is a Fairyland Mini Fee Chloe in tanned skin, with a beautiful custom faceup by Caroline of Viridian House in Scotland. She is resin, fully jointed, 40cm tall, slim ball jointed doll. She has the 'cutie' legs and medium sized bust. I am asking what I paid for her $600 plus postage, but am open to offers! She is lovely but I admit that I prefer really young looking girl BJDs. Chloe will travel nude and bald to her new home but I will include random eyes. Please excuse the dusty eyes in this photo!! The shame!!!!
You might recognise her dressed:
Also on the dolly front, I did a bit of sewing last week and Brodie, my Iplehouse BID Bordy, was happy to be the recipient of the dress. I used an old Sasha smocked dress pattern and reduced it by mega amounts...(goodness knows how much, I've slept since then! ;) ). I used a thick cotton fabric for the main body of the smock and used a 'shabby chic' design quilters cotton for the collar and cuffs. Unfortunately the sleeves are a bit too long but I'll adjust the pattern next time. I'm sure Brodie will grow into it!!!
Finally for today, a few photos from this mornings walk. We found another new route which took us even higher up into the olive groves and then walked back down and then along the beach which was deserted except for a neighbour swimming with her two dogs.
Someone has been busy making a circle of stones in what are actually the abandoned 'footings' of an apartment block facing the beach.....
And finally, a small little house in ruins, which is located in a field nearby. The 'house' is tiny, made up of just two rooms, one is approx 2m by 2m, with a small archway into an even tinier room. At the back (which is the front in this photo) is a largish stone horse trough. And the wall on the right of the photo is part of a water depository. At one point there was obviously electricity and running water to the property, but it has all gone now.
I hope everyone has a lovely week ahead and thank you for stopping by!
Hugs Sharon x