This little lady was my bootfair bargain last month. I found her lying on the floor of a stall and managed to rescue her for just 50p. She is a 2004 cabbie with cornsilk hair.
Got this lady yesterday from ebay. She will need the usual treatment as her hair is really dusty and apart from a nappy she has no clobber.
Here is my Coleco doll after a good clean, hair wash and some lovely new clothes. I bought her dungaree dress from eBay (where else?) and im really pleased with it.
These are my latest purchases from ebay.
This lady dates from 1980 and is in realiy good condition for her years. She needs a good clean and hair wash though and ill see if i can find some clothes for her.
This is a much later doll from 1995, she comes with clothes although they are stained so a good scrub is coming her way too.
This is a new one for me. I have never bought a troll before but im so glad i did. She is a cracker. She dates from 1977 and is a Thomas Dam made in Denmark. I Know she is not everyones cup of tea but i think she looks so sweet. Her dress is grubby as is her veil and hair but being delicate i will have to go carefully to clean it.
They are a great addition to my CPK fixation though.
What do you think about the Trolls, scary or sweet?
Whilst searching on ebay today for some CPK’s i came across something i havent thought about for decades; Trolls or gonks as i called them. I’ve spent the evening researching them and have bought two on ebay along with 2 cabbage patch dolls.
Expect pics as soon as they arrive.
These newborns which are about 3 inches smaller than an average cabbage patch doll look lovely in their new dresses. Ellie is the one with the straight tuft of hair and Jasmine with the curly.
I think they make a great pair of twins and have a mischevious look in their eyes.
They both date from the 90’s and have been looked after really well compared to some ive bought.