I fell in love with Blythe in the summer of 2004. I’d discovered her by chance, in one of the LiveJournal communities I was watching, and thought she was perfect – a balance of cute and weird and innocent. I was impressed at how changing her looks were. I was impressed with the customs I saw on auction sites. I loved the tiny fashions, the miniature accessories, and the devoted cult the cute lump of plastic had acquired… Within three months or so, I had my first girl (Elvie – Love Mission) and life really hasn’t been the same since. Almost ten years on, my family has grown and shrunk to include not only Blythe dolls, but Momokos, BJDs, other dolls that take my fancy, vinyl toys and other random bits of cute. It seems you can’t just have one. Though shelf space and money conspire to prevent more growth, I know it’s inevitable. They just do that to you.
My Custom Work
All of my Blythe dolls have been customized in some way or another, with the exception of Iggy (my stock Goldie), Rei (stock Rei Ayanami Blythe) and Pipistrelle (my Kenner Blythe).