Nicola turned 8 last week! We went to see the Disney Classic Aristocats a the movies. Unfortunately the cake pic is blurry but the kids ate it so fast I didn't have time for another shot. We stuck to our tradition of letting kids decorate their own cakes, hers was obviously the girl kitten from the movie.
She was also a well deserved Player of the Day at hockey. She played hard & even got a little bit hurt, her team mates looked after her :)
Blythe update. I forgot to post the pic of the lips before any carving. The hair/wigs arrived from eBay & they are more beautiful in real life than they looked on the net. They are wigs, not re-roots. They cover the whole head & you couldn't use them for pig tails & you can't expose ears as they end up under wig. I am trying to do a French Roll hairstyle, I gave up....will try again later....... As you can see she is reattached to her body. I had to get Scott to help me modify her stand cos I didn't like the way it looked over her dress, now you wont be able to see it once she is dressed. I 'sleepy eyed' her, hence the 2 strings. The shoes are purple Barbie shoes in the right style that I painted, they don't fit very well as Blythe has flat feet, not like Barbie (trying to decide if i amend her foot shape) I am not overly happy with her lip colour but I got frustrated so this will do (Notice a common theme?) I am enjoying sewing for her as I don't need to worry about how comfortable things are or how to get them on & off, she shall be sewn in (like Olivia Newton John in Grease)
I see this new hobby of mine might be more than just the 2 dolls as originally planned. I already have 2 more in design stages..........