My Romantic Home!
I thought I would show you two more of my lovely lady dolls. A couple of weeks ago, I showed some pictures of my Marie Antoinette lady doll, who was part of my Queen Victoria Tea Party, (click HERE).
This lady doll I purchased in the early 1990s, from Franklin Heirloom Dolls, which was the same place I bought Marie Antoinette. This doll didn't have a name, she was just called "A Night at The Opera in Paris", so I named her myself. I call her Eveline.
I also have this beautiful bride doll that my mother made for me in 1995.
I can't even imagine the hours of work that went into making this. I don't even really know how long it took her to make it. I was previously married at the age of 24 (which was why my mother made this for me; it was a wedding gift.) Unfortunately, my marriage was not a happy one and I was divorced by the time I was 29. Luckily for me, after years of being single, I met the true love of my life, my dear sweet hubby, Erik, and was a second -time bride at 37.
Look at this amazing train..........
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