Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Doll Decor in the Dining Room!

Doll collecting is a great hobby because there is an infinite variety from which to choose.

Throughout many decades, all kinds of dolls of every shape, size, style, and hair color, have joined this household.

From Christmas time through Valentine's Day, many dolls dressed primarily in red adorned the hutch in the dining room. 

Now it's almost Easter, however, so the dollies in pastel dresses have replaced those in red velvet.

They look more ready to welcome spring.

Thanks so much for looking at the dolls on display.

Regular readers of this blog  know about my obsession with dolls but I've been pretty good about refraining from saturating posts with this hobby.

It's been quite awhile since we've had a doll post so those of you who like dolls, enjoy!

Now don't you think all these dolls in their finery look ready to join the Easter parade?                                                              



LDH said...

Beautiful collection!

jeanetteann said...

lOvely, especially the one with her thumb in her mouth. So reminds me of my Granddaughter. Can't have too many dolls.
Enjoy. xx

Donna said...

Oh my gosh, some of them look so real! Do you have any of the Marie Osmond dolls? I don't have any dolls, but I have seen her on TV from time to time in the past showing her line of dolls. Happy spring and Easter to you, Susan!... Donna

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Well, you know now that I have lots of them!!
I too collect dolls but do not have as many as you do!
I love that you change them out fo the seasons!!
All are so very lovely and pretty!!


Rebecca said...

I enjoyed seeing your "Easter parade" of dolls, Susan. I don't know much about dolls, but I think your collection is quite impressive!

I guess my largest collection of anything would be books :)

Chatty Crone said...

Susan those are absolutely GORGEOUS! Each one prettier than the other. I don't have any collection like that. sandie

Linda O'Connell said...

Everytime is ee a porcelain doll I think of You, Susan.

diane.stetson said...

OH I do hope your first grandchild is a GIRL to inherit this collection.

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