Our Australian convention Dream Seam Team redressed convention dolls for out 2019 Beyond Rare Fashion Doll Convention dolls - unlike the USA we are a club based convention (you must join our club to be eligible to attend. ie you must pay your club fee to attend. as we are a tiny club our conventions every two years are self funded. We also charge a price for our convention doll to defray costs. This year with our diamond theme we created 6 colours and dressed a BFMC Blush and Gold poseable Barbie as diamonds come in an amazing array of colour, such as pink, which Australia is one of the few counties famous for producing all colours of pink Diana from vivid reds to the palest of pink and lavender. After the presentation on Saturday evening delegates were able to have a swap session and I believe, were able to go home with the colour of choice out of pink, lavender, silver, blue, green, rose gold. We created 10 each of 6 colours.
Here are the dolls:
Deboxed and with the extra fashion piece:
Mattel also gifted conventioneers with the brunette version of 60th Sparkles. So that's three non-US conventions for the brunette doll and two for the blonde. I think there's one more international convention coming up before the end of the year, so are they getting the blonde 60th Sparkles? Who can say?
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