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Introducing Merlot

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This lovely girl is a factory Blythe. What are factory Blythes you say? I’m not completely sure. It appears to be someone that works at the factory grabbing reject parts of the Blythe dolls and putting them together in these interesting combinations. So this girl has Natasha Moore’s hair on a translucent face which could be from a yet to be released doll or a sample. This girl’s original make-up wasn’t put on very neatly so I didn’t feel too bad about removing it and giving her a new face-up.

I worked on her for Mother’s day. That was my idea of a fun day. Now it’s back to commissions.

I’m offering her for sale. She is listed on Plastic Paradise and I will probably put her up on my website. She is a bit more rare because of her random parts so she is priced accordingly. I really like this girl so if she doesn’t have takers I’ll be happy to keep her. I will bring her to IFDC if she’s still around and offer her for sale there as well. But there is no promise that she’ll still be available by then.

Ciao for now!

By sylviecola

I am a mom of three, (which includes one special needs boy with autism,) and an artist in training. My current medium are Blythe dolls.

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