Props are useful for photos and stories.
Introducing a simple prop can move a story along...
Will here, left the Snow Day story early, and returned at the end, carrying 3 items for a snow rescue (see below).
Resourceful boy, our Will...
Chris here, against our Winter Park backdrops, is standing near one of our sled props.
It needs a string so it can be pulled by the dolls.
Flower Wagon Bike
So cute! It was a gift from a friend who knows what we love here in Dolltown.
It's in a spring photo shoot March 2016 and I am sure will be used again. The dolls are climbing in it and calling out for rides!
Dolly swimming pool!
Last summer we used Mischelle's bag of shells to create a pool and filled it with a bag of Mischelle's paintballs, to mimic water. Yes, the dolls jumped in!
Ladder-arrived with a Chris Miller doll, Brian, a firefighter.
Rope-simple garden twine
Fireball Flask-holds just a mouthful for a human. But it is a massive flask for a 14" doll.
For a story for young children, I might turn the flask around so there is no label.
Well, I think it is supposed to be a zebra.
But in Dolltown he was jumped on and ridden around like a horse, especially by the Iple Juniors.
We have added more horses since then...
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One imagines that an original thought, that creates a good vibration, spreads.
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