|Top view of opened shipping box filled with beautifully gift wrapped presents from my closest doll friend|
The dolls and Possible Dreams Santa figurine shown in this post were gifts from one of my closest doll friends. She sent other items, but this post only focuses on the dolls and doll-related gifts.
|35th Anniversary Barbie Keepsake fashions and 1960s Wendy by Uneeda.|
|The handwritten, dress-shaped note from my friend that covers Wendy's nude body reads:|
This is a clone Barbie for you to color and dress (because she knows I will dye the doll).
|The back of the 35th Anniversary Barbie Keepsake box illustrates and describes the two reproduction fashions it includes: Roman Holiday (1959 #968) and another 1959 reproduction fashion called Easter Parade (#971).|
|Annually, from this friend, I receive the current year's Barbie ornament, a close-up of which is next.|
|The 2017 Holiday Barbie ornament is a mini replica of the 11-1/2-inch Holiday Barbie doll.|
|Because she knows I like Silkstone Barbies (but rarely buy them), this year I received Little Red Dress Silkstone Barbie, a close-up of her lovely face is next.|
|Little Red Dress Barbie is from the Gold Label Collection, copyright 2014.|
|I also receive an annual African American Santa from this friend. In most years the Santa has been a Possible Dreams Clothique Santa. This year's Possible Dreams Santa is #4056716 "Baby's First Tree," which includes a kneeling Santa holding a red Christmas stocking in one hand and a list of children's names in the other. A baby and a white Christmas tree with presents underneath are also included. Santa has not been removed from the box, but will be displayed next year along with Santas from years past. A stock photo of this Santa can be seen here.|
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