There’s four new girls on the block! Here’s an opportunity to invest in the creation of a diverse new group of curvy dolls for your 1:6 scale world. We can’t wait to welcome them to the West Enders!
This yummy picnic food came from one of my favourite Etsy shops, https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/OneSixthSense?ref=shop_sugg
*The title of this episode is from Frank Zappa’s song Trouble Every Day, performed by the Mothers of Invention, one of the favourites of my youth.
I had hoped very much to have a real episode for you by today but I’m afraid life in 1:1 scale has overshadowed life in 1:6 scale lately. Nevertheless, I thought I would share a few photos from the West Enders’ holidays.
In the run up to Easter, Roxanne and her daughter Victoria were very busy on the farm. Roxanne is unhappy because a new grocery store will be opening in the village and she realises her farm stand in the village square will lose business. She’s set up on the farm itself and is doing a good business in eggs for the holiday.
Victoria loves the early season strawberries.
On Friday evening, Midge and Sam are thrilled to have their first Seder in their new home.
It’s a dream come true for Midge.
On Easter Sunday, there are hot cross buns for breakfast for the Panenkas and Puppes.
All the Christians in the village dress in their Easter best.
And the church is filled with beautiful Easter bonnets!
We hope your holidays were happy and meaningful!
Happy First Day of Spring!
I thought I would give a quick update on the progress of the doll room. Here’s where we are at the moment.
And here’s what’s left to do:
Another long table and two more “Billy Bookcase Extension” room boxes from Ikea are due to arrive on Sunday. The West Enders will return in April, picking up where we left off with the dastardly Bigly and devastated Amy, followed by a fabulous Passover, Easter, and International Festival (a celebration of immigrants, in defiance of Brexit). Don’t miss it!