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The Weekend in Pictures.

And that's about all you're going to get as an apology for my picture quality today. I was rushing so I didn't even bother trying to get a good picture out of this.

I did loads of work this weekend, mostly the fun part which is putting little details in the rooms.

Dani and Felix's kitchen:

Tea Time in Josephine's Living Room:
Josephine's Foyer:
Josephine cozying up with Gypsy Ken. That's temporary flooring by the way:
Josephine's kitchen. Voila! Brie avec baguette et vin. Tres magnifique!
Nadia sees her crush Miho at the record store. "Did I wave too hard? Look too happy to see her?"
The Vinyls audition a new keytar player. And boy is she cute...
The Dynamite girls meet for dinner.

Finally figured out a personality for Alanna (Dynamite girl TJ): Super rich spoiled socialite. So she HAD to have the Jonathan Adler couch.
Josephine's balcony door. Meh, I'm not thrilled with it. Consider it a work in progress.

Let's talk about another disappointment. Josephine's bed. It just sucks. The duvet is okay but really Josephine needs a much grander bed...
One last disappointment. I tried desperately to straighten Gypsy Carmen's hair this weekend and this is as far as it wants to go. I must have dipped and poured boiling water over her 100 times! Why is she still so frizzy?! So maybe I'll resign myself to this thick naps. Any other tips on what to do? All my other dolls have straightened beautifully. :(

That about does it! Have a great day everyone!

Oh and I did order my Luxurious item #2! Fashion Royalty luggage!!! I'm so excited.



  1. You've got some fantastic rooms put together! Fantastic!I hope you do get around to taking some more pics of them.

    About the hair--I can think of two possible reasons....

    1) is the hair might have ended up "over cooked" during one of the boil perm/straightening attempts. That can happen and the hair gets frizzy.

    2) you might have to actually "stretch" out the hair (where the waves are) I don't really think that's as likely but it could be...

  2. Thanks Corset Kitten! Maybe this is fate telling me to start attempting some re-roots? Hee hee!

  3. Hehe! It could be!
    I don't know if you'd tired it, but you could also thoroughly wet her hair & work some heavy duty-hold type hair gel in. That will help with the frizz factor. The only negative is that you'll probably have to do it every month or so (wash it out and re apply) to keep it from getting old and flaky.

    I've just broken down and ordered my own FP Kyori. ;)

  4. Cool, I'm going to try that right now!


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