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November 22, 2015

#BLOGLIKECRAZY DAY 22: THE SEASON OF THE GLAM DOLL...

...well, it's that season!  The season when all of Ebony Jordan's (THE GLAM DOLL) planning and hard work of late night sewing sessions is put into full action. You might wonder why I take such an  interest in Ebony's business.  It's because I watched her build this successful business one step at a time over the past 3 or 4 years.  She has become quite the Doll Clothier. And even though her area of sewing is a completely different genre of sewing than mine, I always marvel at any type of sewing business.

Ebony has her Glam Doll Boutique stationed at the Georgia National Fairgrounds Annual  Mistletoe Market Friday, Saturday and Sunday this weekend.  I paid her a visit on Friday just to see the crowd marvel over and mix and match little 18" doll clothes.  The enthusiasm of her customers (both children and adults) never ceases to amazes me!

The Glam Doll Official Logo - branding her product.
Every 18" doll needs ample pairs of undies.
Ebony minding her store.

She also included an American Doll prize Drawing for her customers during the event.

18" Models on display.  We had to keep dressing and re-dressing them as the customers continued to buy the clothes off their backs.


If you live in the area, pay the Glam Doll a visit at the Mistletoe Market in Perry, Georgia this weekend.  If not, you can visit  The GlamDoll Esty Store for all your 18" doll clothes needs now and all through the year ...

5 comments:

  1. She is talented, another informative and fantastic interview. Thanks Faye.

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    1. Alethia it amazes me how she never tires of working with such tiny pieces; and thank you.

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  2. She reminds me of my mother who used love making grand ball dresses for dolls. She didn't sell them but displayed them in our living room. Thanks for this post...it brought back fond memories. Your friend is obviously very talented and quite prolific.

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  3. I'm glad this post brought back such fond memories Tomasa! I think it takes very talented people to work with such little pieces.

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  4. Oh what a fun job this would be.. Love making doll clothes.. So happy for her. She has worked very hard.

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