HA! I couldn't resist the title :)
Welcome back! Now that my vintage festival is complete I have some time for a little crafting. While I was searching in my garage, I found a box that I just glanced in when I got it and then promptly forgot about.
I got this box from my dad (garage sale find) and I got it when we moved out of our first house. Because I got it right when we moved, it got stored in our rental house garage. Not a whole lot of our stuff was unpacked there, we were there for only 10 months while our new house was being built. Now that we are in our new permanent house, I'm getting the chance to look through things. And blog post about them!
In the box was the doll stands that I recovered with fabric for my vintage dolls. And some male dolls! There is one that I for sure don't know who it is. I'm sure you all can help me out with that!
First, a generic Ken!
And then this newer Ken (I think?)
And then another newer Ken (maybe?) Doesn't look like a Ken I've seen
And this one is definitely not a Ken. A plus about him is he's fully articulated including the ankles. Maybe a One Direction doll or something?
There was one lone Female doll in the group. She is from the Dollar Tree and she has such a fair complexion. She's not a terrible looking doll. But her arms are SO skinny!
And I got a bag of clothes! Some are Genuine Barbie and some are not.
First we have a Flamenco-Type dress. I searched for some of the Dolls of the World but could not find this exact one. There is no tag but I do love the colors.
A boa that is that crinkly fabric. Looks to be 80's.
Handmade Hawaiian Shirt. Would be a fun one for Ken.
Polka-Dot dress. I think this one is handmade too. But super cute!
Some type of plastic pants with fringe. Reminds me of chaps but they are full pants.
A yellow frilly dress. Looks like a Halloween style. There was quite a few non-Barbie Halloween props in the clothing bag so i'm thinking it's Halloween.
Purple Arabian pants and some tights. I can always use those!
Ken! Here are a couple of suit jackets and a shirt.
More suit jackets. The grey and black have a tag that reads "A Genuine Ken Fashion." The black jacket goes with one of our Ken's shown above.
And orange dress with a Hawaiian print orange skirt.
Pants and a skirt. The pink ones are a soft satiny material. No tags but look too perfect to be homemade.
Stiff white satin skirt. This one does have a tag that reads "A Genuine Barbie Fashion."
Couple of tops and a pair of hot pink pants.
Odds and ends: Shirt, Apron, Striped Capris, Halter Dress
More odds and ends: a jumpsuit, dress, red homemade satin dress and a heart bib.
And some REAL for sure odds and ends! A couple of shoes and a boot that don't have mates, a pair of Ken shoes, a bag of sequins (looks like from a Paint and Dazzle Barbie) a quiver, a red phone receiver and a random Ken head!
I also went to Wal-Mart yesterday looking for some of the new Care Bears fashions. They didn't have any but did have more of the Hello Kitty fashions. They did have more of the Little Twin Stars outfits so I picked up this top.
How cute is this? I'll have to find a cute pair of jeans to go with this one. Love it.
So friends, have any ideas of who my male dolls are? (Besides the obvious Ken ones?) Or where the clothes are from? Find any new fun fashions lately? Let me know in the comments!
Until next time!