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Hi Doll Peeps!

I've missed you. Getting into bjd's is like being the transfer kid at school. You're totally clueless and hoping everyone will like you. It's been good so far. There is definitely some drama in this world but I suppose every hobby is that way.

So, by a stroke of luck, the doll I had decided on in the last post came up for sale on Facebook for super cheap and with a ton of clothes. So I took the plunge. And I love her. I don't feel like I exactly know her yet but we've been having a  good time getting to know each other (her having me buy her things).

Meet Sunnie Heartlove, a 60cm Dream of Doll (Dream of Teen) E-An in their teen sized SD (60 cm). She's a proper English schoolgirl who loves to read but lately, is giving me some creepy vibes like maybe she likes studying poisons? I think I'm going to bond with her after all. (This isn't her usual style. She's just humoring me.)

I've made a couple of youtube videos:


I like the youtube community in the bjd world. You feel like you really know someone when you look at them speak (rather than read their words) but I prefer the anonymity of the written word. I didn't know how much I missed it.

So I'm back. And I'm selling ALL my Barbie stuff. You'll see some links on the right frame with doll sales items. There isn't anything there right now but I have loads of photos taken, I just have to upload and note the prices. I'll try to get that done this weekend.

Anyway my loves, I miss you! If you can put up with looking at pics and projects bigger dolls, stick with me kids! I have some big plans for my next girl (she'll be here in July):

This goddess:
Smooches dollfaces!


  1. I'm not into bjds, but I see their appeal. Sunnie Heartlove is cute. The shorter hair gives her a punky, gamine look.

    1. Thanks D7ana. I really wasn't either. At all. In fact, I'm not crazy about many of them. I'm not a fan of anime or manga, so I don't get that connection. But I wanted something bigger and I'm really satisfied so far. But I still think about getting an FR 16 or similar. Maybe one day!

    2. Thanks D7ana. I really wasn't either. At all. In fact, I'm not crazy about many of them. I'm not a fan of anime or manga, so I don't get that connection. But I wanted something bigger and I'm really satisfied so far. But I still think about getting an FR 16 or similar. Maybe one day!

  2. I've only discovered your blog through Doll Affinity and wanted to say, Welcome to the world of BJDs. I've been collecting them for a while and only recently got into Fashion Royalty and Pullips so I went the other way!

    Dream of Doll have some really gorgeous dolls. I adore their Shall sculpt quite a bit but don't own her. How are you finding the size upgrade?

    Looking forward to seeing what you do with The Goddess. She looks amazing.

    1. Thanks AlasseCarnesir! I'm really enjoying the size upgrade. I have an MSD doll but I'm not enjoying her as much. It is causing the same issues I have with Barbies. Having too much stuff and not using it!

  3. I'm only a month late. So good to see you happy with your new hobby. I love the BJDs, too. I have no desire to own any, but I enjoy learning about them. It was so nice to see your girls again.

    1. Hi Vanessa! Yes, they are certainly different and interesting! I still have a handful of Barbie/Integrity. Can't totally let go of my little friends! But this is a fun new adventure!


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