Today I made my 1,000th post on Dollation! Special Thanks to Anika Boelke for posting about Modern Girls on Facebook. I couldn’t resist adding this Germany exclusive Lotus line to Dollation. Check out the Modern Girl line when you get a chance.
Should we all celebrate with a give-away? What might you want? Leave a comment below!
The New York Doll Collection is from Lotus who also make many other brands. They share a face mold with Gali Girls, some My London Girl dolls and a few others.
View all 10 at Dollation now 🙂
I did it! I entered every My London Girl doll I knew about to Dollation!
That’s 109 dolls, Dollings!
One of the dolls on my wishlist for quite some time is My London Guy, Jermaine.
One of my biggest reasons for not getting him is that they keep expanding the option for how to get him.
Here he is all casual…
Or he can come all fancy like this…
As of last year, you can also get him as a Chef Doll or a BBQ Doll.
Some day I’ll make up my mind.
Do you have a My London Girl or Guy? I’m curious how they compare to other Lotus dolls in person (like Journey Girls, Newberry, espari etc).
Need a new doll fix? How about one that started as Kickstarter last year and now has four dolls available?
Read more about Naturally Perfect Dolls on their website and Dollation.
These dolls are available now for pre-order.
(I know who I want)
Check out Dollation here for last year’s Isaac Mizrahi Designer Madame Alexander dolls (three are still available at madamealexader.com)
I’m working on several other pages at the same time. I’ll let you know when they’re done! I’ve gotten a lot of the Madame Alexander Play dolls from this year up too.
The Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales didn’t thrill me so I’m back to virtual shopping on Dollation! It’s easier on your wallet and fun for your eyes!
Did you find any good sales?
I’ve added another Madame Alexander line to Dollation! Check out the the What a Doll! dolls here: http://dollation.com/dollipedia/brand/what-doll
What a Doll! appears to have been taken over by Dollie & Me but remains exclusive to Kmart.
Speaking of Kmart, have you seen this awesome fridge (featured on Living a Doll’s Life)?
It’s 18 inches and while the scale of the food seems off in this photo (ostrich eggs?), it is much more appropriately sized than the OG or MLA fridges. It’s electronic too which raises the price tag to an unfortunate $30. It is available online here.
If you’re a Zulily person, you may have received a message today that Zulily has exclusive Build-A-Doll Madame Alexander dolls today. I suspect these may be left over from FAO Schwarz’s NYC store (anyone have one to confirm?).
Instead of buying today, I shopped by adding ALL of these dolls to Dollation. Now you can add them to your online collection too.
There are six featured outfits and fourteen dolls to chose from. The listed retail price of the dolls is $130 with the Zulily price as $69.99.
The link to Zulily is here but it will only work if you have an account and it’s between today, November 18 and November 20, 2015.
You can also visit Dollation and check them all out. Click on logos for links directly to the Build-A-Doll page or the primary Dollation page.
Wondering what my temptation is? Probably one of these two (images link to Dollation pages)…
Crazy Nonna is at it again! I took my 15 minute break from work and started adding the new stuff featured on Living A Doll’s Life yesterday. There are now 27 products listed in this line. Please add or edit any more that you have here:
Not a Dollation member yet? You can still go view all the items!
I only had one item in my collection (that awesome white tiger outfit featured in retail therapy post #1)
No, that’s not the My Life as Dogwalker Doll of the Year 2015, it’s a Springfield doll in my tiger outfit with three Justice pets from 2014! Check it out here.
I admit it, I’ve been posting on another site but you will forgive me when you go and visit.
Dollation is THE doll database. I’ve just spent a couple weeks entering every Journey Girl item I could find (that’s 200, Dollings) as well as espari dolls and every brand I have record of because before I told you how awesome Dollation is, I wanted you to be able to see why.
Dollation is hosted by the same doll enthusiast who brought us JustMagicDolls.com. Their Meet the Dolls section was the best place to find details on all your favorite 18 inch dolls until Dollation came along. Just Magic Dolls also featured great doll care tips.
Dollation takes over where Just Magic Dolls was too small for!
An encyclopedia for all dolls entered by members but viewable by all is exactly what you need to find a doll, make a wishlist or track your collection – all of which you can do in Dollation! Hunting for a certain facemold and think you know the brand? You can check that on Dollation. Wondering what the difference in body types is between dolls and think you saw a blog about it? That link could be listed on the body type page. Remember that Madeline had a boy friend but can’t remember his name? He could be there too. What about Barbie and Strawberry Shortcake? Uhm…yup.
So…make some tea, put your feet up and go check out the Journey Girls pages on Dollation here:
If you haven’t had enough, continue on to espari (you won’t have had enough) here:
There is also a lot of good intel in Dollation and more is coming. I’ll be adding more and hopefully you will too!
Let me know what you think. Request your account today and start tracking and making your wish lists! If you own a doll company – get your dolls up and if you host your own blog, please consider an announcement there too. As you know, the more the merrier in the dolliverse!
Love you, Dollings!