On top of everything else going on--I was host for the March "Pajama Party" Meeting for our doll club, which got moved to last night, March 16. It was Bittersweet as our venue in Northlake, Illinois is sold after 30 years of meeting there.
Best of luck to the Perry family in their new life and thanks for the memories, delicious food and great service!
Windy City will be looking for a new place to meet, not an easy task when you are non-profit and a social club.
WE HAD SO MUCH FUN, THOUGH!!!
I made some back drops of bedrooms for everyone to display their dolls and furniture ---Enjoy the eye candy, 1960 Barbies to today, Silkstones and American Girl...just about everything you can imagine was brought by our members and guests.
Many members arrived in PJ's, comfy clothes, slippers and even curlers.
My Richelle says: Welcome everyone, set yourselves down anywhere you can!
Many doll pets traveled to the meeting too!
Mattel's American Girls enjoyed an adorable trundle bed and lots of accessories. The owner had matches star pajamas(left) and matching robe to the right girl on....so cute!
A collection of Silkstones lounged in some beautiful bedroom furniture. I didn't catch the name of...but well...
Definitely worth having a few cocktails in! Check out that Harrod's tote!
More cute vintage furniture! The three dolls in back are dressed the same in different colors...so cute!
We had a DUDE backdrop, but it became coed anyway.
My Gerard enjoyed lounging and of course some 'GO BEARS' Pillows! He has a Mickey Mouse pajama set on.
Love this vintage table set!
Check out those Kens' outfits!
the shelving unit was filled with everything you could imagine: toys, games, books, and more.
Quite a few Suzy Goose pieces showed up...and lots of great dolls in pj's.
Here's a Brunette number 3, Midge and another vintage Barbie in the vintage nighties. The furniture was amazing!
Sorry this photo is so fuzzy, we were all trying to take photos. The bathtub is a table prize from the 22 convention held in Rosemont we helped host. Bubbles and everything. Cute Vintage Skipper!
Aren't these kids adorable, they were having a giggle fest on my grand's doll bed!
Lovely nightgown on this girl!
Everyone was admiring this light up vanity set. Check out the fur on those PJ's and the vintage Midge, too...!
"I don't think we are going to get ANY sleep tonight!"
Lots of stuffed animals, cozy pj's, and giggles!
Girl on the right...had hotdogs, hamburgers, treats, books, and a great outfit plus her roll up sleeping bag. Check out the Minions flannels and cute PJ's and slippers on the left. So many cute beds, chairs and sofas.
Three vintage Bubble Cuts with matching PJS in different colors. and Love the bed and puppies too. It definitely was a full house of Barbie's and friends.
Love the lamp, we forgot to turn it on!
Everyone had a piece of scrumptious BARBIE Birthday Cake for March, but...
"When's the Pizza coming!"
PS: I'll do another post about the backdrops that I made at my son's house. I'm still there, hopefully the remediation on our home will be done tomorrow or Monday. Today is day 20....yikes, who knew it would take so long!
The dumpster outside our house still has room in it...for all that stuff I have to go through soon as I get home!
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All of your pajama party backdrops were awesome! Thank you for all of your work! <3ReplyDelete
Aw, thanks, Shelly. It was really fun and everyone partied!!!Delete
LOVE the lighted vanity!!! Looks like you had fun:@)ReplyDelete
Very cool piece, brought by someone...and it is not PINK...LOL. Was a FUN night!Delete
As always, I loved seeing your post! What a lot of work. My grands are getting too old for their American Girl dolls; one simple sewing project I made them all was a sleeping bag. Goodwill pillow sham (many are brand new as people don't use them!) with a small print/solid color with batting added inside the pillowcase part if needed, sewn around the bottom and 2/3's up the long side. Added a double ribbon in the end so the bedroll could be rolled up and tied. Added a pillow and pillow case in a coordinating print/color; so cute and easy!ReplyDelete
That's such a cool idea, I bought a tent and sleeping bag set at a craft show for the Grand for like $15...and she's kept that and gave back the huge dollhouse...LOL. Who knew they would grow out of it so fast. Hugs, Sandi. I do make my bedding sets, but the club members brought so much I didn't have to really use some.Delete