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Thread: 18" Doll Glasses

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    18" Doll Glasses

    Oh, is Grandma excited. The doll and doll glasses I ordered for my DGD's birthday and Christmas present arrived this afternoon. I use Amazon Prime. I was able to pay for most of it using my Amazon Points and it came today from ordering it on Monday. How quick is that?

    The glasses fit perfectly and function (open and close) easily. The glass case that came with it is sweet and well made.

    Now I have to wait until December to give them to her. Waiting is hard for Grandmas!!! Agree?????
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    Cute glasses, and a fun case! Glad they came so quickly~
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariposa View Post
    Cute glasses, and a fun case! Glad they came so quickly~
    Yeah, but now I have to wait

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    Linda

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    Very cute. Just be sure to remember where you hide them until Christmas. I know I would probably forget. My grands are 12 - 27 yrs old and I just get them gift cards then they can get what they want.
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    They are just so cute, I bet she'll love them too!
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    So cute! And I know how you feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jingle View Post
    Very cute. Just be sure to remember where you hide them until Christmas. I know I would probably forget. My grands are 12 - 27 yrs old and I just get them gift cards then they can get what they want.
    I'm still looking for the doll clothes I made last year! This years clothes I put in a labeled box. Wonder if they will still have dolls when I find those other clothes!

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    Pretty doll and with her glasses, she looks really smart. Now you can make a few outfits for her to give with the doll for Christmas. You can find tons of free American Girl doll clothes patterns by using Google.

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    Happy day I need to get out my grand daughters American dolls that's stored here at grannys and make some clothes.
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    I miss 18" dolls. I made a lot of clothing for my 3 granddaughters' dolls. They are all grown now but have saved all the clothes I made. I don't miss Barbie doll sewing though.

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    Here is the link to the glasses.

    http://www.amazon.com/Sunglasses-Per...2+doll+glasses

    I agree with you Sewslow, Barbie clothes were too small for me to think about sewing. One of my younger sisters loved to sew them by hand. Patience for sure.

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    Sew sweet. Waiting is not for Grandma's. I have 11 terrific Grandkids but only 1 girl. It is sooooooooo hard not to spoil her rotten.

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    "waiting"? You've got to be kidding! I bought my granddaughter new shoes(2 pair) Lots of tops and pants, sweaters, etc.Then I sent them home with her (she stays with us on weekends only). Made sense esp. with school starting. Of course I am now in the happy process of replenishing her clothes stash here. This is the first time I have had a GIRL to buy for. I am having a ball!
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    Quote Originally Posted by raynhamquilter View Post
    "waiting"? You've got to be kidding! I bought my granddaughter new shoes(2 pair) Lots of tops and pants, sweaters, etc.Then I sent them home with her (she stays with us on weekends only). Made sense esp. with school starting. Of course I am now in the happy process of replenishing her clothes stash here. This is the first time I have had a GIRL to buy for. I am having a ball!
    Oh, I hope you enjoy her to the nth degree. Bless you.

    Linda

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