I haven't posted for awhile because the art world has taken over, but art and Blythe collided Aug. 22 when a Blythe meet took place at the ZNE Art http://www.znecon.com opening luncheon Aug. 22 in Pleasanton, CA.
Zena wore her hippie-est Cali girl attire and was somewhat chilled out the entire trip. I am afraid the other girls were mad at her because she just couldn't get into the whole wedding thing. I think she is down on the institution of marriage.
Still, she admired the hard work of Miss Vicky http://www.cut-it-up.com, Jan Mollet Evans, Jackie Baxted http://theartinyou.blogspot.com, Deena Fricano, Donna Cook http://bonniebluedenim.blogspot.com, Elena Etcheverry http://elena.travelingprincess.comand Diva Danielle http://www.divacraftlounge.comto pull the thing off. All the details can be found on Edward & Eternia's blog http://edwardandeternia.blogspot.com. And I am a slow learner. That blog banner for E & E was made by the talented Sandy Michelle http://sandy-sandyscreations.blogspot.com, an art and Blythe friend of mine, who has too many 'handles' for me to follow!
Elena is coordinating a charity raffle and silent auctionof dolls for a fund raiser for Autism Speaks, which ends Sept. 13. There are some great Pullip dolls donated by Scott from The Valley of the Dolls http://www.thevalleyofthedolls.com, so check it out at http://www.scrapbookroyalty.com/autism.html. One of the dolls will be auctioned live at Crop Out Autism Sept. 13 in California.