Sunday, October 27, 2013

Falling For Blythe

I am in love with the fall season.  It is truly a special time of year to me.  Being that I'm a valley girl, we have a lot of amazing trails and wonderful historic sites in my area too, and I have utilized this in my Blythe doll photography also.  I was specifically at a heritage site late September of this year and took some pretty amazing pictures of my BASAAK fake blythe doll.  Blythe plus amazing scenery doesn't take an expert in photography to get some gorgeous results. 

This post is especially for Hecktor who was asking me about dark haired blythes with shoulder length hair.  I immediately thought of my little BASAAK fake blythe girl Yolandi that is featured in this blog.  Though her hair is longer she is a good doll for customizing and costs usually around $24 US plus shipping too!  The trend right now is to actually to disregard the body the doll came with for a flexible pure neemo body blythe size for around $24 - 40 dollars.  You can buy them HERE.

Check out these completed custom BASAAK blythe clones!!!  They are so freakin amazing!!!! You need to be a member of this blythe forum but it's worth the trouble imho.  Here is the general link:

If you would rather a CWC or Takara blythe Lounging Lovely Takara Blythe, Takara Prima dolly Ebony Blythe or Punkaholic Takara Blythe doll are options too.  You can purchase these dolls on the bay via my site or check out Blythe Kingdom's buy and sell section.  Facebook also has a great group called Dolly Adoption that offers blythe dolls for sale.  Don't be shy to post WANTED listings there, as well :D 

I hope this post was useful and sorry about for not getting back to you sooner.  I never get email notification when there are comments.  I will try to keep up on that!

Love A  xo

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