American Inventor Finalist Darla Davenport-Powell « Good Day Sacramento
To help this doll get on the shelf at Walmart, don't forget to cast your daily votes for Niya Kids until April 3, 2012.
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|My first diorama is a tribute to my friend, Ruth Manning.|
|"The Essence of" Collection by Trinity Designs, Inc., L-R: The Essence of Lady Ivy, The Essence of a Zeta, The Essence of Lady Sigma, and The Essence of a Delta (Photograph courtesy of Trinity Designs, Inc.)|
Can I add the True Type Terrance Howard head to the True Type Obama body? Do the colors match well enough? I have been trying to buy True Type Terrance Howard but can not find it. I can only find the head.I replied, "yes," to the first question and promised to take comparison photographs to illustrate the complexion and height differences between these two figures.
Wanted to send you the latest 1-sheet on the Niya doll! I tried to respond to all of the wonderful folks who responded to your blog, my comment didn't go through however, you expressed my sentiments exactly! I am so grateful to all of the support and love that everyone is showing to help get Niya on the Walmart shelf! Together we will get there!!!
I was amazed when I read your blog entry for Thurs. Oct. 27, 2011 again. I tried the link for the new Niya paperdolls. They are absolutely stunning.
Juliette Gordon Low spent several years searching for something useful to do with her life. Her search ended in 1911, when she met Sir Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, and became interested in the new youth movement. Afterwards, she channeled all her considerable energies into the fledgling movement.
Less than a year later, she returned to the United States and made her historic telephone call to a friend (a distant cousin), saying, "I've got something for the girls of Savannah, and all of America, and all the world, and we're going to start it tonight!" On March 12, 1912, Juliette Low gathered 18 girls to register the first troop of American Girl Guides. Margaret "Daisy Doots" Gordon, her niece and namesake, was the first registered member. The name of the organization was changed to Girl Scouts the following year.
|Blue Bird (1963), Brownie and Girl Scout dolls (1965) by Effanbee and Avon (the tallest doll) (1995)|
We can accept absentee bids with a valid credit card when you register to bid. We will need your name, address, DL number if you are not a current customer. You would call on the day of the auction, typically about 60-90 minutes before the auction. Our clerks are not in to answer the phone until that time. You can also come down and preview before an auction and leave your bids in person.Additionally,
If anyone wins absentee bids, we can work it just like any Internet transaction. They can pay shipping and we will be glad to ship the dolls out to anyone who wins.Call or email for additional information not covered here, such as the 12% buyer's premium.
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Niya is an American ambassador for love, peace, acceptance and unity along with her group of friends from all different cultures. Niya teaches girls to see with an open heart and not just their eyes. Her “I-Can” attitude helps boost self-esteem and provides a positive example to girls worldwide.Read more, view a video, and Vote for Niya here. (Voting is done by text message or facebook. Only one vote per day is allowed.)
Team Niya appreciates your vote(s) to help this multilingual doll get on store shelves.
|My magnetic portrait paper doll's fashion doll|
|Magnetic portrait paper doll with AA fashion doll, five magnetic fashions, puppy, and personalized storage tin |
by Diana E. Vining
Thank you, Debbie!
You sure do make a gorgeous paper doll!
Diana E. V.I attribute the paper doll's appeal to Diana's artistic expertise and interpretation.
|Dolls by Philip Heath, L-R Aaron (seated), Yankuba (on shelf), Angelica (taller standing), and Alessandra|
|Little Healing Doll pin from the Tribal Batch by Lorna Paris|
Hope my little Tribal doll finds you in a good way. The spirit of God told me to make this for you. Hope you like her. Wear her in good health.
|Little Healing Doll pin, wearing me|
|18-inch Campbell's Kids dolls by Eugene 1984|