Showing posts from December, 2021

It's the most wonderful time of the year

It's that time of the year again! I'm not gonna lie, I love Christmas decor and seeing all the stores and streets light up. I love walking around the city and seeing the Christmas trees through some  windows and the decorated balconies.  This is the third year in a row that I've tried to bring some Holiday cheer to my 1/6 world.  Truth is that this year I haven't been very inspired to take Holiday photos and I started much later than usual. It's not just Holiday photos, but recently I have lost inspiration when it comes to doll photography. On top of that, my ring light broke the day I was going to start taking Christmas photos. It's fixed now, but it did mess up with my plans a lot.  For this first batch, I used my Sea Glass wall and the same Christmas tree I had last year to take some photos. I didn't have a theme for them, just the dolls posing. The photo above with Tate on it also has the same background.  I wanted to try a different color for the backg

Wainscot for warm and cozy scenes

Hello again! Happy December! I can't believe Christmas is right around the corner. I still haven't made anything Christmas related, but to be fair, I'm not feeling very inspired to take Christmas themed photos or make any Holiday crafts. I had fallen behind some of the craft projects I wanted to do this fall, and this one in particular I couldn't resist making before the end of the year.  Those who visit my blog often already know that I've been making removable wainscots to add some diversity to my otherwise plain backgrounds. I've already made one in dark gray and another one in a bright coral , but I wanted to do something warm inspired by fall colors. Fun fact, this was meant to be done around late October-early November, but here we are in December. That's why I've had to change the title from "Fall scenes" to "warm and cozy". Since I've already done this twice, I won't go into much detail of the process, but I'll wr