“Charlie Bears collectable bears and characters are designed by Charlie at The Bearhouse in Cornwall, England. In addition to her own designs, Charlie also works in close collaboration with world-renowned bear artists including Isabelle Lee, Alison Mills and Heather Lyell to create a number of unique collections each year.
Lovingly made by hand, each bear has their own unique characteristics and this is why only Charlie Bears are known as the bears with personalities…”.
Come & buy your own irresistible character at the Brisbane Doll Society’s Doll & Bear Fair 2018!!
Here’s a SNEAK PREVIEW of the very SPECIAL Wicked Little Reborn Doll to be raffled through the day at our upcoming Doll Show on Saturday 25th August…you have to BE THERE!!….https://youtu.be/O5l4QgLsjpk
Today we’re introducing another of our wonderful Traders – Marion Halls.
“Hi, My name’s Marion & I’ve been trading at Brisbane Doll Society’s Fairs for years! Come & see me for all yourGreenware*,fabulous Wigs, Doll Eyesand cute Shoes… Looking forward to a fabulous day at beautiful Wynnum! See you SOON! Marion. xx“.
*For those not aware, Greenware is the term given to clay objects when they have been shaped but have not yet been bisque fired, which converts them from clay to ceramic. Greenware is unfired pottery. It is very fragile. Ready to turn into your own beautiful creations!!
Introducing one of our upcoming Doll Show Traders… the lovely Sue Clarke.
“Hi – My name is Sue Clarke and I will be doing the Silk Painting demonstration at 11am – DON’T MISS IT!! I make cloth and silk dolls. As these dolls were created in Papua New Guinea, I named them Dambi Dolls. The Dambi Dolls were cloth dolls. Since I have been teaching silk painting, I now have a collection of silk dolls. To complement the dolls at the show I also have silk cushions and silk scarves”.
Here’s a couple of beautiful examples of Sue’s work to tempt you….