The Alice Project, Day 23

by Alison Rasmussen


Adeline Joy by Goodreau Doll.

This is a Goodreau Doll BJD, Adeline Joy, a charity doll, who stands 8" tall. She's dressed in a Snappy outfit and shoes, and she's makes a fun Alice with a blonde and lime wig. I think she's quite cute.

A few notes on the doll and outfit, though American BJDs aren't on topic at all BJD message boards:

Adeline Joy is a charity doll--and 100% of her profits go back to the MD Anderson Cancer Hospital. Her original outfit is white and pink--a tee shirt, skirt, leggings with little pink flowers and lace on them, socks with lace trim and the cutest pink boots ever. And of course, a blonde and pink wig. And she's still available. She'd make a great first time BJD, since she's perfectly strung, painted, and includes everything you need, and she's adorable.

The outfit is originally for Snappy dolls, and I also purchased this outfit from the Goodreau Doll Store, where it's still available. First, it was only $7.99, and it included a braided blonde wig. It's a really nice outfit, easy to put on and a perfect size for Adeline Joy, and the velcro closures don't bother me at all. They have lots of other outfits available, too. Check them out!

I'm a little behind on the Alice Project this week, but I do plan to take some group photos at the end of the week.