Welcome to the 24th edition of My Dolly Week, which is my weekly Sunday post and this time I can show you some more finished mini-projects, which I really loved doing! 😀
As we all know, Groove has an obsession with Alice in Wonderland and I wanted to make a little photoshooting session with my three latest cuties, who just got ready with their customization. I decided on the chapter A Mad Tea Party, which is one of my favorites.
Elise as Alice: You might remember from last week that I changed my Elise’s (Pullip Classical Alice) eyechips into a beautiful sparkly mint color, which goes perfectly with Pullip Alice du Jardin Mint’s stock outfit. Elise will probably forever wear her stock wig because those golden ringlets are so beautiful!
Cheddar as The Dormouse: Cheddar is adorable as he is. Until now, he refuses to change his look and everybody is okay with that! He was in charge of brewing nice tea and providing some delicious treats!
Henrietta as The Mad Hatter: Hattie finally got her own character this week. She is my first Pullip, Alice du Jardin Mint, and this week she got a new pair of eyechips and a new wig as well. In the past I had trouble bonding with her, but those black eyechips (Corbeau from Lullaby For Dolls) worked wonders for her pink make-up and when I was playing around with wigs. this forest green Leeke wig looked über pretty. I am so in love with my little Hattie! And yes, Hattie led me directly to her role as The Mad Hatter. She is a precious one, this Hattie!
Natalia as The March Hare: Last week, I reviewed Pullip Blanche and when I first got her, I wanted to change her hair, her eyes and her body. While her oldschool rubber eyechips and type-3 body grew on me; I really wanted to change her hair as soon as possible. Before I decided to keep her eyechips, I thought that she would get Hattie’s wig, but now this would have been too matchy matchy with her eyes. Now Natalia is sporting a cute chocolate brown wig from Leeke, which still shows her beautiful eyebrows. Doesn’t this March Hare look lovely?!
We got little news this week, but Groove shared a link to GOUK-designers T. Kunimoto’s blog, which showed the early stages of their collaboration with Groove on Pullip Karen. I really wish that the pictures were more impressive or exciting, but I really hope for the dolls to be spectacular in the end.
Next week is my birthday and I am not totally sure, if I am ready for 27 to be honest. But that’s the beauty about birthdays: They come and go, if you want it or not! 😀
I hope that everybody had a good week and thank you so much for reading!