Sunday, October 5, 2014

*Reader Photos* AG School

I always enjoy getting reader photos of their doll projects. Linda's dolls do things in a BIG way! Here is their school.


Linda's dolls on their way to the first day of school.


Goodwill finds.  Each was 99 cents. The helmet may be OG, not sure as I couldn't find any markings on it.  Fits AG dolls perfect.


Globe I made for doll school, following design from Fawn for Karen, Mom of Three.


  I'm making more desks for the girls because just like real schools, we have out grown the class room.








Have a great school year!!!

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9 comments:

  1. Oh yes, that helmet is definetly from the our generation scooter set.

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  2. *From Julie's doll mom:*

    Wow Linda! Such detail in your school. That must have been a lot of fun to do. Do you keep in on permanent display, or do you store it when not in use? I can't get so detailed, b/c of storage issues!

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  3. Our home is only about 1650 square feet, so I don't have room to keep things up. I also have small grandchildren that would not appreciate all the time and work and things would be scattered. I always have to put things away. Before, I just took everything apart and reused the tri board for something else, but I am going to try and leave the pictures on the walls to make set up easier instead of starting at square one each time. I do enjoy setting things up! Wish I had room to leave it up and go on to the next project, lots of ideas but not much time or space. Sharry, your set ups always look very detailed to me!

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  4. Linda,
    I love, love, love your classroom! Your attention to detail is amazing.
    I was thrilled to see the globe you made using my tutorial. Well done!
    I, too, am a doll-loving grammy who is rapidly running out of room for my collection.
    Fawn

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  5. Fawn, thank you for your tutorial! I bought the globe ball before I saw the tutorial and knew I could use it, but didn't know how at the time. Your tutorial was easy and instructive!

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  6. Thank you, Linda, for your kind remarkes. I'm glad you had good results.
    Fawn

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  7. Linda, aka lab-den on YouTubeOctober 6, 2014 at 12:46 PM

    I love the detail! Thanks for sharing. It's also helpful to know I'm not the only one with space and storage issues!

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