I was in a supermarket called Carrefour a few weeks ago and found this Littlest Pet Shop Blythe and she is supposedly an exclusive to Carrefour. Her name is Flowers and Fashion Blythe and she has this 60′s vibe going on. I like the little fashions but I prefer my Blythe dolls to have a fringe/bangs for some reason. I think they look a bit odd without eyebrows.
Search results for label/Blythe
So you know the way I’m always going on (and on) about my Littlest Pet Shop Blythe? I take her all over the place, she jumps in my bag when I’m not looking. Anyway, plenty of you have asked what type of Blythe she is as they are a new phenomenon in the doll collecting world. She’s a Blythe loves Littlest Pet Shop or LPS Blythe.
Well anyway you can win your very own mini Hiking Trip Blythe doll from The Thinking Doll’s giveaway and it’s pretty simple.
Just go along to www.thethinkingdoll.com and leave a comment on the giveaway blog post. Oh and international entries are welcome!!
Not only is there is a cool doll blog over on Thinking Doll, but also a shop where you can all kinds of dolly goodies from Blythe eye chips to pre-loved Barbie dolls, there’s even a bargain basement with very cheap dolly things!
So, good luck in the giveaway, but beware, if you win your tiny Blythe will probably want to go everywhere with you
You may have already seen this if you follow me on Twitter as it’s my new Twiticon, but here is my fantastic Blythe art canvas which I got for my birthday.
As I was coming through the airport in La Palma, Canary Islands where I spent my birthday, I saw a little shop called Jeronimo. It had the most adorable Blythe canvases in the window, and although I was sleepy and had suitcase in hand I ran into the shop just to double check!
There were even more inside, I just had to get one so I went back to the airport on my actual birthday to buy this with the birthday money from my sister.
The shop owners were so nice, I even showed them Blondie and told them the ‘wide eyed girls’ name, as they didn’t know who Blythe was at the time.
Another neat thing was they wrapped my picture in a La Palma newspaper (good keepsake) and now it’s hanging in my hallway. Plus, it looks fabulous against my lilac walls.
I’m sure I will be buying some more via the internet if I can!
Want to see more of Blythe? I’ve been taking a Littlest Pet Shop on some adventures, click here to see where she is.
Since my last post about my Halloween OOAK doll of Jack Skellington, I’ve been away on holiday! It was a surprise for my birthday and if you follow my other blog Cuteek, you will see where I went and see a few pics from my trip. Blondie Blythe came along on the trip so I will be adding plenty of doll photos here as soon as I’ve sorted through them.
Before my trip, I started to sort of categorize my dolls by taking an iPhone snap of each one, uploading it to instagram, twitter and flickr. I was super lucky to get an iPad2 for my birthday and I’ve been using instagram so much since, you can find me on there by searching for ‘cuteek’.
My iPhone 3g is a little tired so having an iPad2 is exciting – a whole new world of apps has opened up to me, especially the video and film apps. My new app crush (I have one every day lol) is Viddy. Viddy is a short video of 14 seconds which you can add effects and music to. The rest is very similar to Instagram in the sense that you have popular videos and can ‘like’ videos.
I decided to test it out on some of my mini figures. The Mad Hatter figure I got from the cinema when Alice in Wonderland was on, Sherlock Lego man is from a little mini Lego pack and the puppy is from my Blythe Loves Littlest Pet Shop Scooter set. Hope you enjoy this Viddy and I will be adding some Barbie videos soon!