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Thursday, October 31, 2013
Monday, October 28, 2013
I never used to like Icy Dolls at all, in fact I thought they looks quite ugly and felt I would never have any interest in one. Well never say never because I have fallen for custom Icy Dolls and it seems others in the blythe Community have as well. This is my 2nd Beautiful Brown Icy Art Doll I have created. She is a Commissioned girl for a special client of mine. The challenge with Icy Dolls is to change their faces by carving their features into a less snarly expression, they always seem like they are sniffing an unpleasant scent or they have a bad attitude. I wanted this little one to have a button nose, dimples and and a pleasant expression not so much a smile but happy. She has long curly chocolate brown hair with bangs. Her lids are a high glossed midnight blue with blue eyeshadow. She has long lush lashes and 2 sets of hand painted chips and 2 special stock chips. I am so pleased with how she turned out and look forward to creating more BEautiful Brown Icy girls!
Roxy is a beach girl at heart, but she loves the autumn colors and textures that Fall brings. Here Roxy wears a new outfit from Pomme-Pomme that I got from BlytheCon and her custom Little Ditzies gnome hat from the Whisky Barrel Collection!
Blythe Con New York 2013 was a grand success! So much eye candy, so many wonderful talented artist and great collectors. The venue was perfect and the prizes for raffle and the gift bags were so generous. Every vendor was so talented and so much to offer. Every table was covered in so many creative and beautiful Blythes and even other unique and gorgeous dolls and toys. I must admit it was a bit overwhelming and I wish I could rewind and do it again taking more breaths and slowing down a bit. The food was yummy and the decor was perfect. Being able to meet everyone and put a face to the flickr name was so cool. Given what it took to allow this Con to take place was a grand achievement. I am so happy we journeyed to New York, it was sooooo worth it! Looking forward to Seattle next year!! To see more photos, please visit my FACEBOOK PAGE HERE.