New kids who’ve joined us in time for Christmas

Until they huddled together for their photo I hadn’t spotted a pattern but now I have 🙂

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These three girls joined us recently and made friends very quickly.

First is Hazel, re-rooted by Pam Winter Turner and now turning heads with her fabulous tresses.

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Then Maisie, a 1968 girl, again re-rooted (I’m not sure by whom) and given a fringe, more of a tomboy this one,  and already at home on the allotment…

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…and then little Baby Cinnamon, a 1980’s baby completely re-imagined by Kelly McCrea Wenarsky…..

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and a new sister for Baby Shiloh who joined us a few months ago..


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Now we’re all looking forward to seeing who comes to live with us next year…we’ll all have to shuffle up a bit but there’s always room for one more 🙂

Merry Christmas from the new kids xx 

Click here for their jigsaw

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10 thoughts on “New kids who’ve joined us in time for Christmas

  1. Lovely bunch of New kids you have there Linda. It’s always fun to adopt a few newbies over the course of the year. Even if we say the place is full there’s always space for a little one or three..
    Have a great Christmas and fabulous New Year xx
    ps thank you for all the puzzles I have loved doing them

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  2. Super new OOAK ‘customised’ additions to your wonderful Sasha collection. I always have a special fondness for these unique dolls as I love anything that’s ‘different!’
    I am saving the jigsaw puzzle to do over the Christmas period when I find that I have a spare few minutes to myself… rather like a little extra treat or reward.

    Seeing the snowflakes falling here reminds me of just how neglected, due to my ill health, my own blogpost has been this year.

    A very happy Christmas and New Year to you and yours.
    Sasha love and many thanks for these wonderful Sasha blogpost fixes, from Kendal.xx

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      1. Happy Christmas and New Year! The redhead used to belong to me, I bought her from SashadollUK but have no idea who re rooted the front sections of her hair, she is a pretty girl as are your other new additions…well done!!

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  3. Beautiful additions to your Sasha family and nicely dressed too. I love rerooted and rewigged Sasha dolls because they are unique and also they are given another chance to be cherished since most of them are waifs and discarded. A lovely post and I hope you are having a wonderful Christmas season. 🎄xxx

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    1. Thanks Ginger, we have had a really lovely time this Christmas. I hope you have too. I’m with you about the waifs and those that are a little bit different. They’re extra special when you know there isn’t another one quite like them 🙂 x


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