It all began with the clothes line I set up as a prop on the Oregon Trail (see July 28th post )
Can any of you fellow bloggers explain how to make a link back to a previous post?
Rather than a life sized clothes line I made a mini version using doll clothes.
There must be a name for the disorder I have. Once I start it’s hard to stop me.
I found one doll at Deseret Industries to use in the Alcove Springs scene. Then I started checking the toy department every time I went thrifting. That’s when I found this NEW Madame Alexander doll, $4.99 and thought I could make a profit reselling her on Craig’s List. But first I wanted to make her a wardrobe.so I put doll clothes pattern on my “keep an eye out for…” list.
Like I said once I get started I go overboard.
When I saw this doll for $2.99 I thought I could also flip her ( after I untangled her hair). Maybe I’ll open a second hand doll store on Etsy.
Then while looking for some props to use when I style these dolls for resale I not only found the perfect little chair but two more dolls.
$2.00 each. Again both these dolls needed major untangling.