This is the fabulous "Timeless". She is untouched and a "factory" girl.
In my view, this is the way Evie does Halloween - always classy!
She is also a 17 inch vinyl Evie. I will be selling her fantastic outfit later today.
This is a "Seeing Through The Darkness" Evangeline. She is 18 1/2 inches and is plastic. She is the only painted eye Evangeline that Tonner ever made. I loved her to pieces - right from the start. She is a "factory" doll and I added the fur, the hat, and the chair. She was talking the minute I opened her box. She is rather irreverent. - Lets say she is extremely irreverent! LOL Her name is Mae. She came with two wigs and both are modeled below.
Of course, this is precious little Valentine. She is about 5 inches tall and is resin.
Dream Within A Dream has such beautiful fall colors. I tell you- I was on that Tonner website immediately when the put her up for sale. I believe she sold out faster than any non-event Evangeline ever had before her. This is also a "factory" Evangeline in her original fashion. I met Rita of Bitty Boutique in person and this girl reminded me so much of her that I named her Rita.
The Debut Parnilla is such a stunner. She is an 18 1/2 inch plastic girl. She is wearing a wig and an outfit I chose for her.
Jewel was one of the most beautiful girls I ever owned, in my opinion. She was painted by Wendy Southwood of Wendy's Daydream. I gifted her to a precious friend. But - I have some great memories of her in these photos.
This is another girl who was painted by Wendy. Wendy is one of my four favorite artists.
This is Lola- an EE5 done by Bev. I am sentimentally attached to Bev's girls. But- Bev did a lot of the most beautiful girls in my collection. Bev told me that she was trying to emulate the look of a BJD when she created Lola. Lola will never leave me, unless I have to let her go.
Sugar was painted by Lisa Gates. Someone had glass eyes put in! We don't know who did that! LOL She was a Brodjam sale and Inti got her - Later Inti let her come to Kansas. I love the Lisa Gates repaints. I was talking to Inti before I took these photos and I told her that I wanted to put Schroeder in the photo with Sugar (Inti had sent Sugar to me dressed in the Grand Prix fashion). I told her that the sunglasses with the outfit did not fit her face and I could not get them to look right. Inti said "Put them on the dog!" OMG LOL-- That was the birth of this photo. It has become one of my favorites because it brings up those sweet thoughts each time I see it.
I hope I have not bored you all to death! LOL. I always think it is so interesting to her the "back stories" of how our collections evolved.
Hope you all are having a great Friday. TGIF?