I found it in the undergrowth (sort of) under the dogwood tree when I went out to take pictures the other evening. I stuck it in my amaryllis pot because it is a thing of beauty.
Today's doll is this Tressy clone.
She is made of much cheaper plastic than Tressy...
|The hand sculpt is similar, but this girl has more detailed fingers.|
|Her body and legs are thin, hollow plastic. Her head and arms are a soft vinyl. The arms are solid, and are strangely lumpy.|
|She has a very wide stance.|
...and has much thinner hair than Tressy,but she has almost the same face and the same side glance eyes. (Even if she does have a more natural make-up free look.)
|She's also a generally smaller scale than Tressy,even though she is 11 1/2" tall.|
(Although when I bought her her head was mashed down on the neck knob and she was shorter.)
She also doesn't have Tressy's grow-hair feature.
|Because her head just has a hole and sits on a plain round neck knob, she's able to tilt her head.|
She does have one thing Tressy doesn't have: a twist waist.
I found her Thursday at Goodwill. She was a massive 50 cents.
I bought her just for the lace vest she was wearing.
It's the vest to Francie's Satin Supper! I owned 3 real Barbie/friends outfits as a kid. One was Ken's Night Scene,one was Barbie's Dancing Stripes,and one was Francie's Satin Supper. I bought it with my own money. I didn't actually own a Francie at the time,unless my sister had already surrendered her to me by then. But I thought Satin Supper was so beautiful,I had to have it. Turns out she was also wearing Busy Francie's shirt. Her skirt seems to be homemade.
That's it for today. See you again tomorrow for another doll