I swear, when I'm out by myself, I look for miniature items or things that I can use for my dolls. In this blog post, I found three things.
This display case with a clock! I thought it would be a nice backdrop for a fashion or tourist photo shoot. It was really heavy, and quite pricey for my budget so I didn't get it. But if I get motivated, I could totally craft one.
A laptop spotlight! It would probably look great on a photo shoot doll scenario. It's something you have to plug to a computer though so I didn't think I could use it for my own shoots and decided not to get it. I don't need my laptop to occupy my desk just so I could turn this thing on.
This one, I did get though. It's a fairy door set! I didn't even know such thing exists until I looked it up online. There are actually people who purchase this stuff so they could decorate their house with a fairy door. Amazing!
The box is heavy, and the door is actually made of concrete or something. It sure is solid!
I later found out that the door is too short for Lottie, boo!! But I just had to use it as a prop so I just made adjustments for the photo shoot!
Here is my new Lottie doll, Forest Friend! She's a gift I received from the Lottie team for joining their Instagram takeover! Thank you, Lottie Dolls! She's so cute!
I found a white polka-dotted hard green felt, and I thought it would look nice together with the pink door! It totally worked!
This is the first time I used the plastic orange flowers I bought from the department store. They are cheap and just the right size for my doll photos!
I was experimenting with the light, by the way, so I have similar photos but the shadows and lighting are quite different!
I had a miniature cactus, which I thought would look cute on Lottie's lap!
Here's how my set looked like. On the photos you couldn't see the grass on the ground. That's because I didn't want to show the box I used to raise the door higher so that it would fit Lottie. It would have been really nice if the door's size was a perfect fit. I would have had more fun taking photos.
In other news, I got a new secondhand doll, by the way, lol. It's Mrs. Heart from the Barbie Heart family. She has a unique looking face mould! I still have to work on her hair, and her lip paint has been scratched off so I have to do some repaint as well.
And I'm not sure if it's pushing through but a relative coming home from Canada bought me a gift: it's Lucky from the Spirit Riding Free doll line! I'm so excited to get her, if I do get her, lol, because she's articulated and we don't have Spirit Riding Free here in the Philippines!! Fingers crossed!