Art Doll Keepsakes: www.etsy.com/shop/artdollkeepsakes & www.flickr.com/photos/artdollkeepsakes
Cindy Sowers: www.etsy.com/shop/cindysowers
Silly voices and felt pocket dresses.2. What do you make for Blythe?
My Blythe creations can be found in my Art Fire shop:3. Where can we find your creations?
That's such a tough question. I try to find beauty in everything. I might get an idea for a dress off a fashion blog, graffiti, or from the color pallet of my dinner.4. What are your main influences?
I first discovered Blythe on eBay in early 2000. I never liked dolls as a child, but as soon as I saw that weirdo, I wanted her in my life. I was planning my move to Portland, however, and paying tens of dollars on a doll with a cracked pelvis (what had she been doing?) seemed irresponsible, so I didn't place any bids.5. How did you get started with Blythe dolls?
Dust.6. Do you collect anything else?
I was born without a tail.7. What's one interesting fact we may not know about you?