Sunday, November 19, 2017

Doll-A-Day 2017 #322:Shrunken Saturday:Tiny Terry

  This week's Shrunken Saturday doll is this tiny girl.


'Tiny' is right. In fact, she's Tiny Terry.


She looks very like Remco's Heidi and friends,but in fact,she was made by My Toy.

   

She's from 1966.

She has very oddly shaped feet.

She was completely without clothes, so she had to borrow this dress from my 1930's dollhouse girl,who had in turn borrowed it because she was naked. There's a big shortage of appropriate clothing in my dollhouse!


There were a few different types of dolls that were all called Tiny Terry. They also came in various hair colours. This particular one is 4" tall.

She's slightly smaller than Posin Pee Wee. He was glad to make her acquaintance.
The larger Tiny Terry had bendy arms,but her legs were only jointed at the hip and didn't bend. This girl has a bendy body, and arms and legs,and she's put together in a rather odd way.


I'm thinking she would not pass the child safety standards these days!

"Go ahead and jump...."

It does make her pretty posable though.

She made friends with the dollhouse dog pretty quickly.
She also appropriated one of the dolls from the dollhouse kid's room.
It's Mary Poppins. I didn't make this doll. I bought a whole room box full of them at a yard sale a few years ago. The box was set up as Santa's workshop, and it was full of these miniature dolls and other tiny toys. This Mary Poppins was one of my favourites.

Her head is pretty big for her little skinny body. I wonder if she had her shoes, if she would be easier to keep standing up. I doubt it.

Not satisfied with Mary Poppins,she tries to get the clown dolls down from the top of the wardrobe. Hasn't this kid heard of  "IT"?
That's it for this week's Shrunken Saturday.

I guess she has...
Update: She has appropriated a Bratz Kids doll shirt. It makes a great dress for her.



 Tomorrow we go full size again. See you then.

1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous, I love tiny dolls, your props are amazing

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