It’s challenging to find active doll bloggers, especially as more and more switch to platforms like Instagram. Because of this, my reading list has been somewhat blank lately.
However, thanks to Barb (My Little Doll Corner) and MonsterCrafts, I have a slew of fresh doll blogs to read! Both ladies recently shared lists of their favorite, active doll blogs and invited others to do the same–which is exactly what I’m about to do!
My Top Six Favorite Doll Blogs of 2020!
MonsterCrafts: MonsterCrafts is an adult collector of playline dolls, like Barbie and Monster High. She has a lot of tips showing how to improve your doll photography and create new backgrounds. She also posts Barbie Fashionista reviews, cute doll projects, and general doll-related talk.
My Little Doll Corner: I’ve been following Barb for a long time–since I first started blogging. She enjoys sewing historical fashions for her miniverse and writes reviews of her recent doll finds. She’s also an excellent writer of fantasy stories.
Requiem Art Designs: What’s the best fabric for miniature sewing? Gwendolyn at Requiem Art Designs knows! Her site is a one-stop-shop for doll sewing patterns and tutorials. She has patterns for Barbie (and Ken), Ever After High, BJDs, Pullips…the list goes on. Besides sewing advice, you’ll also find doll reviews and tips about doll customizing.
Jessica Chloe Miniatures: Jessica Chloe Miniatures is an online shop for doll furniture; however, they also post dollhouse decorating hacks and tutorials. I’m in the middle of remodeling Tink’s Treehouse, and their DIY Dollhouse Wallpaper tutorial was a lifesaver. No more wrinkled paper!
Mini Adventures Co: I found Mini Adventures Co. when scrolling through Instagram, looking for cozy yet stylish miniature decor ideas. Like Jessica Chloe Minis, they sell 1:12 scale, farmhouse-style furnishings and have tutorials with dollhouse decorating tips.
Barbie Gets Real: I’ve been following Tonya (aka Grandma Gets Real) on Instagram for quite some time. What I didn’t know until recently, though, is that she has a blog! On her site she shares dollstagram tips, shows how to find realistic-looking 1:6 scale miniatures for your dioramas, and tells her story of being a model turned Barbie collector.
There you have it, my friends. Six doll-related blogs that I enjoy reading and encourage you to check out.
Now it’s your turn!
What are some of your favorite doll blogs (besides Pixie Dust Dolls, of course😉)?
Feel free to give them a shout out in the comment section, or (even better) write your own Discovering Doll Blogs post.