Monday, July 30, 2012

New Izannah Doll for sale

http://www.ebay.com/itm/180941630833?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649#ht_806wt_932


 I've listed a new Izannah Walker style dollie on ebay, please stop by and pay her a visit!

She's ready for a lovely summer's day spent outdoors.  She's got her bonnet, lunch bucket and a good read, her well worn copy of "Jane Eyre" and a comfy wooden chair to set upon!





16 comments:

  1. Robin, she is beautiful...love the bonnet! She will do well!

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  2. О, она такая красивая!Прекрасная куколка, Robin!!!

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  3. She is absolutely exquisite. Your dolls are always gorgeous, but this one has such a lovely countenance. I love her coloring. The bonnet is beautiful as well as the dress.

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  4. She is beautiful,cute the bonnet!!!!!

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  5. Hi Robin, She is BEAUTIFUL!!!! I just love all of your wonderful ladies, but her sweet face just speaks to me.

    You are a true master, Izannah would be proud.
    Have a lovely day and i will be watching this lady.
    Julie

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  6. Gorgeous! Love the detail. You're extremely talented. :)

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  7. Now I know why I haven't been seeing any posts from you. None were showing up in my news feed and I only found out you'd started a new blog when I followed one of your comments on my blog. Bad girl! But I'll be sure to put you back on it. :)
    Gorgeous little doll too. I especially love her dress.
    Val

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  8. Hi, Robin
    Just stopping in to say hello from MAIDA. Hope you are doing well.
    Love your doll making as ever!
    hugs,
    Teresa in Central Calif.
    http://amagicalwhimsy.blogspot.com/

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  9. Thank you for stopping by, dear Robin.
    I may be having a giveaway soon as I am almost at my 200th follower.
    Have a very lovely rest of the week!
    Teresa

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  10. My dear Ms. Blue, Good to hear from you. Happy Holidays and may the New year be one of your best. The stain I would use on my porch of, My Old Historic House, would be gray. Not gloss, like paint. It is a matt finish and it is made to soak into the wood and protect it. Hope this is OK? Richard and Sissy Dog

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  11. Robin ,
    Your new dollie is yummy yummy yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Hugs,
    Jackie

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  12. Greetings from the North,
    Congrats ! I've nominated you for the very inspiring blogger award.
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  13. Wow, nice doll! No offense but whenever I see porcelain dolls, I feel a bit nervous coz’ they look real and spooky to me. Just looking on their eyes makes my heart tremble. No kidding! No matter how pretty they are, you really can’t force me to have one. Anyway, thanks for sharing!


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