Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Some Doll Clothes Pictures to Entice You to Visit My Site

Since you can go to Barbee & Friends and see the original versions, I thought it would be fun to show you some of the variations I have. The first gown shown here is the Fashion Fever version of my Strapless Satin and Tulle gown:
The next gown is the gold star specialty overskirt version of my ruffle neck ball gown:
This one is actually the original product but since it's summer it's a popular outfit, the khaki capris and halter top set:
And here is Meygan, my Bratz doll modeling something that was a variation but now it is a product on its own, the Bratz pajamas in a funky purple lips print:
Here is 4 1/2 inch Kelly modeling her flower girl dress, the version with the basket. This is not yet available on the site but I plan to make it available soon. I am not sure I'll always be able to get the tiny baskets though:
The girls want to thank you for looking at their pictures and hope that next time you need some nice handmade Barbie doll clothes, you'll check out my site!

Back to Blogging about Handmade Doll Clothes

I'm giving it another try. Back in 2005-2006, I had some problems with my blog links ending up on weird pages but I don't honestly care now. If people who do that to other people have no lives except to mess with others, then so be it.

I just like to write about what I do and promote my website. I make Barbie doll clothes, Ken doll clothes, and even handmade clothes for your Bratz doll. Oh I almost forgot, I also make Kelly doll clothes, the little sister to Barbie, not to be confused with the newer Kelly doll which is quite a bit bigger and not in proportion to a normal Barbie doll at all. The Kelly I sew for is 4 1/2 inches tall and has various little friends named Tommy, Marisa, Becky and Ryan.

I had originally started the blogs (that I eventually deleted) about my site, Barbee and Friends Doll Clothes, back in 2005. Since then it has grown and done so well that I have discontinued doing craft shows. I had been in craft shows since around 1986 and done them steadily from 1992 to 2005. But once I started having to miss them and stay home on purpose due to lack of items to sell, I figured it was time to hang it up and concentrate solely on my website.

I've even started carrying some new items on the site since I last wrote a blog but I'll save that for the next installment!

I also have a sister site for handmade American Girl size doll clothes called Kitt's Kloset but it hasn't really had its official grand opening. I'm making it from scratch so it's a little slower to work on than my Barbie clothes site. The new site will be another topic and possibly even have its own blog someday. Till next time!