(With Colette getting all attention and drama, I was very excited to find this outfit online. It has no tags, but is 1997 Cool Careers, Fashion Designer-Emilie is convinced it is from Paree...she added a beret and red shoes.)
Emilie:C'est la Vie! This may not be Paree--but, I do enjoy walking in dees park!
Colette ees getting manicure and hair done...which leaves me to enjoy peace and quiet for all of dees walk.
Ooh, la, la, what is dis I zee in za distance! Hmmmmmm, mmmm!
Emilie: I shall sit here and enjoy zee 'wildlife'.
Henrie: Ahem, pardon me for bothering you, but do you know the direction to the bakery in this neighborhood. I have seemed to have become disoriented.
Emilie: Sindy's Patisserie?
Henrie: Why, yes, which direction?
Emilie: Just deux blocks down and to zee left.
Henrie: Thank you, or should I say, Merci.
Emilie: Pourquoi oui, et vous etes les bienvenus.(Why yes, and you are welcome)
Henrie: Please excuse my Montreal accent. My Mother was French and Father was all Canadian. I am Henrie Martin, if I may be so bold.
Emilie: Je suis Emilie, and I am from Paree. (Phone goes off) Pleez excuse, my employer calls, I am needed. Pardon moi, I must go.
Henrie: But, wait, will I see you again? May I walk you---to...?
Emilie: Bon jour...C'est la Vie. (Good bye and such is life!) Wink!
diorama, handpainted backdrop, grass and greenery.
Chair thrift store find
Emilie: 2000 Society Hound (greyhound) Barbie
outfit-1997 Barbie Cool Careers-Fashion Designer untagged, black hat, purse, red shoes(Sparklz)
beret from Mattel Flavas-Tres 2003
Henrie: Henry Higgins Ken doll 1996
new Ken clothes
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That's a great outfit, I love the pops of red:@)ReplyDelete
thanks Lynn, I thought it was really cute...I love that it fit Emilie instead of Colette...gives her a chance to stand out with HER style.Delete
Hi Sandi! Pretty outfit, goes well with the red shoes! I like the backdrop you used to present this post, it's very subtle yet presents us with a good impression of a park scene, did you paint it yourself?ReplyDelete
Aw, thanks! Yes, I dashed that off on some foamcore to originally put behind my doll houses. It has ended up being quite versatile. Next time I have an empty table, I'm going to do a tutorial on painting a backdrop. Thanks again, SandiDelete
I'm sure they will, thanks for stopping by...and yes, very Paris for sure! SandiReplyDelete
What a cute outfit! Hmmm... she's from France and he's from Canada... that's going to make for some very interesting conversations!!!ReplyDelete
LOL, means I spend a lot of time in translator...we will see what happens? Never know with the dolls, 95% of my dolls are single--happily, lol. Thanks for stopping by, SandiDelete
That is such an Adorable Stylish Ensemble! Is he French Canadian? I Love French Accents, whether they be from France, from French speaking Canada or from Cajun Country in our Southern U.S. where there's French speaking. Of coarse the Cajun accent is adorable and very unique.ReplyDelete
Yes, Henri is Canadian. I wouldn't be able to get the Cajun accent in typing...it's just too colloquial and yes, Dennis Quaid's in Big Easy---made you just fall in love with him...LOL. Hugs, SandiDelete