|The front of the Ucanaan BJD box has a full-length image of a blue-wigged 1/6 BJD and the URL to their website.|
|Inside the box, the doll, accessories, and a pair of yellow sneakers (a gift from the seller) were wrapped securely in plastic.|
|Accessories include a comb, mirror, scepter, crown barrette, two elasticized ponytail holders, and several pastel-colored plastic hair bands.|
|Her clothes are stylish and made well.|
|The back of the wig is illustrated here.|
|Except for the blotted-out breast area where the articulation is underneath the breasts, all points of articulation are illustrated here.|
|Two strips of Velcro hold her wig in place. One strip is on the top of the head.|
|The other Velcro strip is on the lower back of the head. The eyes cannot be changed because the head does not open.|
|This dress was made to fit Ann Estelle and her doll friend, Georgia. It fits perfectly and her free yellow sneakers match!|
|The above dress came with a raincoat, matching rain hat, and rain boots.|
|She likes this cute fashion.|
|In this picture and in the two immediately above, three ponytails were created with multiple clear rubber bands added to each ponytail. (She has two ponytails on the side and one in the back.)|
|This Boneka dress made for Donna Effner's 10-inch Monday's Child Daria is paired with white Mary Janes and her original white ankle socks.|
|The dress is cute, but it's a little too short.|
|I believe this dress was made for Friends 2B Made dolls or it could be a Groovy Girls doll dress. The wig is the poor quality Afro wig that came with Tonner's All-Natural Lizette shown on the right in this photo. The black shoes she's wearing are too big for her, but she tried them on anyway.|
|This black mohair wig is a better fit and a better look for her. The black Converse-style sneakers complement the poodle dress.|
|Here is a close-up of the better wig that she borrowed from my American BJD by Paulette Goodreau. The Goodreau BJD now wears the straight wig that came with All-Natural Lizette seen on the left in this picture.|
|Here is her final photo for now.|
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