Glenna Voyles, who organized the doll event I previewed my new Laura doll program at this year, creates dolls. She made attendee a Laura doll complete with a little decorated trunk, a pillow, and a stuffed cat. Due to the flooding at the time, attendance was lower than expected and Glenna had several dolls left over.
She asked me to offer:
“If you think anyone would want any of the little doll, trunk, etc. sets, I’m selling them for $20.00 per set. I give 1/2 to the doll collection and 1/2 to the doll club and keep nothing.” They are interesting and unique little dolls. I’ve uploaded a photo of mine in the photos section, but each doll is unique in some way. You can contact Glenna at: firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE: This was originally posted in 2008, I don’t know if she still has any available or not.
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