About Me


Welcome to my doll blog! I'm Christina, a 20-year-old who has retained her love of dolls! I am a Christian and am currently pursuing a Music major and minors in Spanish and English and, when home for the summer, use some of my spare time on doll photography and a little creative writing. My hobbies include sewing, baking, reading, photography (of course!), and hiking/being outdoors. You can also find me on my Instagram account for my Etsy shop and doll photography and my Etsy shop, Daisy Chains (which is currently empty due to my being at school).

A Brief History

I received my first AG doll when I was 7 and bought a second when I was 10. I stopped doing anything with my dolls a few years ago, especially since my friends didn't play with dolls, and I don't have any sisters (just three younger brothers!). However, I constantly had ideas for crafts and creative things to do with my dolls, so when I discovered the vast amount of AG bloggers I decided it was time for me to join the world of doll blogging! I don't post regularly, but I do my best!

Thank you so much for stopping by, and I hope you enjoy my blog! 

19 comments:

  1. Hi Christina!
    Thanks for following my blog! I love yours :) That is so awesome how you have a club. :)

    Danielle

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    1. You're so welcome! Thanks. :) Yeah, it was so fun while it lasted!

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  2. Thank you so much for following my blog AND putting my blog on your sidebar! I love yours.

    I have an AG club too! :) It has 30 members. We have a book club and we do auctions. I have been doing it for 2 1/2 years!

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    1. You're welcome! Thanks!
      That's awesome!!

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  3. Hello Christina, I read about you on Etsy. You are an amazing young lady. I am adding you to My Favorite Blogs on my website. Best wishes with all your endeavors!

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    1. Wow, thank you so much! That means so much. :)

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  4. Hi, Christina!
    I just recently found your blogs, and I think they're great! I love that you are still into your American Girl dolls--I'm not alone!
    From what you said about yourself, you and I have a *lot* in common. Quick question though... I saw on your other blog, Idlewild, that you are in college, but aren't you just 16? Just wondering...
    Thanks for sharing all your cute doll crafts! I can't wait to share them with my little cousins.
    ~Dani L

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    1. Hi Dani! Thank you! Yeah, it's awesome to meet other teen doll lovers!
      That's so cool! Yes, I am only 16, but as it says in the second paragraph above, I am doing the Running Start program at the community college. Running Start is a program for high schoolers who want to finish high school and get two years of college done at the same time :).
      You're welcome!

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  5. This is the worst blog ever!:( I can't believe I wasted my time to see your stupid blog!

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    1. Um...okay? I'm sorry that you think so....

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    2. That is totally NOT true!!! This is my favourite doll blog! Perfectionner!!!!

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    3. Don't listen to her! You take amazing pictures and your blog is awesome!

      ~Bella

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  6. Great blog! Keep up the great work!

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  7. Cool! I didn't know you were homeschooled! I am too (well, kind of. We do distance education through a school in America.) You look really pretty in the picture! :)

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    1. Thanks! That's really cool! So, I'm guessing you live outside of America? That's cool! Aw, thanks :)

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  8. How do you take so good of pictures?

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  9. Love that you were a Homeschooler, AND are doing this blog! My two youngest love the 18 inch doll stuff and are Homeschooled, so I love to find others people that homeschool so they can see there are lots of people doing it. Fabulous pictures!

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