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A Beginner’s Guide to Blythe

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Kenners or Bust!(?)

[...] I recently got asked by a friend if I prefer my (vintage) Kenner Blythe dolls over my (modern) Takara Blythe dolls, and I didn’t really have a straight forward answer for [...]

Tiny Shoe Love #2

[...] It’s time for another Tiny Shoe Love! And we all know how much I love shoes – just a tiny reason why Sophie is so interested in [...]

Tiny Shoe Love

[...] buy more shoes. This is both of a good and a bad thing. In this premiere installment of Tiny Shoe Love, I decided to show off two pairs of shoes: Stock heels from Monique Magnifique: I like [...]

QOTW: Who are you bringing to BlytheCon Seattle?

[...] swag while they’re at the convention. Accompanying me as its perks! Who are you bringing to BlytheCon Seattle? [...]

An Impromtu Giveaway!

[...] For those that were unable to attend BlytheCon Seattle, do not despair! This is a giveaway for those who were unable to attend BlytheCon Seattle [...]

BlytheCon Seattle: Recap!

[...] the fun that was had in one short day in the Emerald City. Many thanks to all of the BlytheCon Seattle organizers and volunteers – you made it into a magical day for me and everyone else [...]

Blythe On A Budget: Framed Art with Cards

[...] little DIY that helps to showcase your favourite Moo cards. I started this project before BlytheCon Seattle, but I actually did not have enough cards (does this maybe mean that I need to shop more? I [...]

QOTW: Do you own any extreme customs?

[...] people are into custom dolls and I think that’s fantastic. I find that I really enjoy stock dolls, or ‘lightly customized’ dolls. By lightly, I tend to mean minor changes that I can [...]

A Beginner’s Guide: Different Molds

[...] . The problem was first noted when people were buying dolls, thinking that they were brand new stock dolls, and learning that they were fakes. The most copied dolls include Simply Mango, Simply Guava, [...]

Kenners or Bust!(?)

[...] the majority of my doll family is stock (or mostly stock) and that’s because I prefer stock dolls over custom dolls. But does that mean that I’m going to go up and sell my custom dolls [...]

Sponsor BlytheLife in September!

[...] of September and all sponsorship funds from now until July 2015 will be donated to BlytheCon Vancouver 2015! Large – 1 spot available for September! (325×200 pixels) $10 – 1 month $18 – [...]

Sponsor BlytheLife in August!

[...] of August and all sponsorship funds from now until July 2015 will be donated to BlytheCon Vancouver 2015! Small – 2 spots available for August ! (160×160 pixels) $5 – 1 month $9 – 2 [...]

Guess Who’s 4? BlytheLife!

[...] written the NCLEX exam. In year, a month and a handful of days, it will be time for BlytheCon Vancouver 2015 – the very first Canadian BlytheCon and I’m so excited to be one of the [...]

BlytheCon Seattle: Recap!

[...] It took me a little while to get myself settled in – I took out my dolls, got some BlytheCon Vancouver buttons out and kind of went on my way to shop. And shop I did! It was so much fun [...]

One Short Day in the Emerald City!

[...] or the name BlytheLife, I may have extra goodies for you. And if you have Moo or other business cards for trade or to give away, I’ll have some cards for you too! For those curious, and not [...]

To Moo, or Not to Moo

[...] to have a well-placed Facebook ad at the time that offered a discount on their standard business cards and free shipping. True, their shipping rates are flat-rate, but I am a sucker for free [...]

Blythe On A Budget: Framed Art with Cards

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Blythe On A Budget: DIY Photo Backdrop

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Blythe On A Budget: DIY Easy Tutu

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Blythe On A Budget: DIY Felt Clutch

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Blythe On A Budget: Framed Art with Cards

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A Beginner’s Guide: Different Molds

[...] sets of eyes chips (two facing forward, one facing left, and one facing right). Kenner Blythe Dolls – 1972 Kenners are the vintage, and original, Blythe dolls. They were designed by [...]

Kenners or Bust!(?)

[...] I recently got asked by a friend if I prefer my (vintage) Kenner Blythe dolls over my (modern) Takara Blythe dolls, and I didn’t really have a straight forward answer [...]

Kenners or Bust!(?)

[...] . There is something special about Kenners that has never been perfectly replicated in a Neo Blythe. Maybe it’s the fact that they are just so different even if you have the ‘same’ ones, or [...]

Tiny Shoe Love #2

[...] be (if she had knee joints), which seems much too high for this style of boot. On a Neo Blythe though, they look like they ‘fit’ better overall. While I love the fact that both sizes [...]

A Beginner’s Guide to Blythe

[...] -World Connections, the Blythes that they produce are often seen being referred to as Neo Blythe, as they are the ‘new Blythe’ around. They are very reminiscent of the vintage dolls [...]

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A Beginner’s Guide: Different Molds

[...] in this hobby). For those playing along at home, there are many different types of legitimate Blythe dolls, and then some not-so-legitimate Blythe dolls. This post will be addressing full-sized Blythe [...]

A Beginner’s Guide to Blythe

[...] (2005-2008), Hasbro (2010-Present) and Takara (2001-Present). The only companies still making Blythe dolls are Hasbro and Takara, but if you are shopping online, you can find the dolls produced by [...]

Kenners or Bust!(?)

[...] I recently got asked by a friend if I prefer my (vintage) Kenner Blythe dolls over my (modern) Takara Blythe dolls, and I didn’t really have a straight forward answer for [...]

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