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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Amber Disquietude by Tonner Wilde Imaginaton

A few months ago I came across a blog that was reviewing an Ellowyne Wilde doll by Tonner. It got me curious about the doll line and even though I didn't care for the one being reviewed, I found several on that I loved. The one pictured today is Amber Disquietude. What attracted me to her was, first, I didn't have an Amber doll. Second she is wearing a butterfly print dress and a butterfly hair accessory ( I have a thing for butterflies). Finally the beautiful curly hair, even if it is a little on the stiff side so that the curls hold. She has blue insert eyes and is ball jointed, made of hard plastic with 12 points of articulation. She has a black velvet like choker, and black lace arm gauntlets. Her fingernails are painted a light peach color and her black heels have bows on the back. She has a black velvet like sash at her waist and the skirt of the dress is layered with the butterfly printed layer thinner than the under layer. She is 16 inches tall and just gorgeous.

There is quite a bit of variety in the Ellowyne line. Some of the dolls have painted eyes, others have insert eyes. Some have rooted hair others have wigs, both in an assortment of colors. Plus in addition to Amber there is Ellowyne, Prudence, Lissette and a few Rufus dolls. I have yet to purchase any of the last three, Rufus dolls aren't released very often. Eventually I'm sure I will come across one of each of these that captures my attention. Until then I guess I will be content with my Ellowynes and Amber.