I thought it would be a very nice way to kick off the introductions of two new additions to the Sasha Shangri-La family by posting their cheery little faces on my 100th blog post, a notable milestone! So, I am popping the cork of celebration by first introducing the petite Marcie. Marcie was adopted from the loving home of Ellen Church. She is a 1970 Gotz no navel with beautiful blue eyes and remarkable red hair. ❤
Marcie came in her original blue cord farm pant outfit with white blouse and white leather sandals. Ellen kindly added this wonderful blue sweater knitted by Christine Durand. It really brings out the blue of Marcie’s eyes. 🙂
The next four photos were taken by Ellen and I wanted to share them so you could see Marcie so beautifully redressed.
The second addition is a very different kind of Sasha doll repainted by Kelly Wenarsky. Kelly named her “Sepia” and she is marked and dated on her foot. Kelly wrote that she is a 1980’s Sasha doll, (English production), and said that she was a “unique being” and a study of color. The next three photos were taken by Kelly and you can see the care-free creation that Kelly has put forward. She dressed her in a slip and bloomers that she dyed to support her having more of an ethereal or elfish persona. I was so taken in with this beautiful child doll, that a nick name immediately came to me and so I affectionately call her “Tink”, a derivative of the well known “Tinker Bell” and very befitting. 😉
I recently purchased a beautiful dress made by Pine Street Studio and the coloring of the outfit I thought would be just right for Tink.
A last photo of Tink and I hope you have enjoyed viewing this 100th blog post for Sasha Shangri-La plus the two new Sasha dolls that are well loved here on the farm. We thank you for visiting and we are all sending you loving hugs and happy wishes for a wonderful week to come! 🙂 xxx