Hello, everyone, it’s T.K. again to talk about an exciting event!
You see, some two years ago I started doing “virtual doll shows” over my Facebook page Laterose Doll Clothes and Doll Repair to drum up some business and have some fun, but this time I have decided to combine my Doll show with the doll auctions I’ve done for charity. Starting November 14 (this Monday!) I will be opening the Dreams and Fairy Tales Doll show and online auction!
These doll shows are a lot of fun, we have clips, trivia questions, photos, and all kinds of other fun stuff. Because of the theme this year, I’m going to be sharing some of my favorite fairy tales with attendees.
The dolls I have used in my charity efforts are usually from the Ever After High collection from Mattel. These beautiful, high quality dolls have delighted my customers (and their daughters) at every auction I’ve done. I’ve auctioned them off for causes like Go RED for Women and the Autonomic Lab at the Cleveland Clinic, but this time I’m looking a little closer to home.
When I was 10, we had a house fire that totaled our home, but because of the efforts of our local callfiremen, we were able to salvage many of our belongings. We have a tremendous amount of respect for our volunteer firefighters, and so, the auction is to benefit the efforts of the Malone Callfiremen.
And what, you ask is the prize? Attendees will be bidding on a brand new, in box, 17 inch Madeline Hatter doll with two dresses! This doll is no longer being made, that’s right, she’s an exclusive item. The dresses one of a kind, sewn by me to go with this individual doll, never to be made again. This prize will delight both collectors and little girls, and makes a great Christmas gift!
This is a super exciting event that I hope you’ll all take a look at. It’s going to be a blast, and please, consider donating generously to the auction, as a portion of the proceeds will be going to help our local firefighters.
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