Awe she looks like she's having so much fun in that snow. I love that outfit, the colors are so vibrant.
So how come the catalogs say "Doll should not be placed in snow"? Is it just to keep water out of the eyes? If it is, that would make sense, what with Silver Eye and all that.
Hi!Im pretty sure its just to keep the water out of the eyes!Or ya know not to leave her out until it melts around her.
Your doll is so adorable!I LOVE that outfit!Super cute ;)
So cute awe...Now I want her to come home with me so I can add her to my doll family where she can have hot cocoa and left over Christian cookies. She wouldn't notice that they are stale because all doll food is the same...not for real consumption. Too cute!
Thanks, everyone! I try to keep the dolls wearing boots with hard plastic soles in the snow. I also try to keep their fabric bodies from getting wet. I cover the eyes when it rains, too and use Twin Pines products to clean the face and limbs. i try not to leave them in a hot car, either. A lot of effort to maintain a doll! Madelon
Be careful not to store her too long with the gloves on. I had that problem with transfer stain marks on fingers with vivid American Girl clothing. Especially Samantha's black and red plaid taffeta dress. The black stained her fingers a little. Will use the oxygen for it, but it was very surprising to see that an American Girl outfit did that.