It’s ok to be sensitive. That’s what happens when you have magic in your heart.
Did you forget about me? I am so sorry it has taken me over a month to bring a new doll for adoption, I have been so busy with custom orders, I just wanted to finish them before I started making some babies for adoption. However, I still haven’t finished making my customs babies, but I did need a little break in between to make something I was inspired to make.
Margot’s story starts with me looking through Instagram and seen the cutest photo of a pouty baby girl. I felt like I just wanted to hug her and make everything ok for her. I started wondering if I could make a doll that could make people want to pick her up and comfort her as well. I then of course, started obsessing over this, and that is how Margot was born.
Even though Margot was always supposed to have a sad expression, I feel that depending on the angle you look at her, her expressions changes from sad to wonder, to innocence. She’s not just a sad girl. She’s a sweet and rather sensitive baby. She feels everything whole heartedly and sometimes can’t keep her tears in. Not all tears are sad tears, most of them are happy ones. She’s just very sentimental and her emotions take over her most of the time. Margot appreciates everything and gets excited about it too. She loves watching both the sun come up and the sun go down, and she tears up almost every time. She loves animals very much. She can spot bird’s nests, and tiny insects. She likes watching dogs play, cats sleep, and ducks swim at the pond. She has always wanted to pet the ducks, but of course, these wild ducks won’t let her do that, so I went ahead and made her a little duckie. And you can bet she got emotional about that too. Oh sweet Margot, you have so much love and magic inside you.
Margot is a Spring baby, she’s new and a little different from the others. Some differences are noticeable some might not be. But I know they are there to make her a better constructed, and more realistic doll. She’s dressed with flowers and light colors. A perfect spring outfit for a baby.
Margot is a 15.5 inch natural fibers art baby doll. She’s fully soft sculpted and anatomically correct. Her skin is Laib Yala in dark brown. Her limbs are fully lined and firmly filled with clean wool and glass beads. Her torso is needle felted in two parts and weighted with glass beads. Her head is floppy. Her arms and legs have been hand sewn to her torso three times to make it extra strong. They are very floppy as well and bend at the elbow, thighs, ankles, and knees. Her head is firmly needle felted and soft sculpted in the mouth and nose. Margot’s hair is a hand crocheted big loop black mohair cap with added strands that has been hand sewn to her head. Her blushing has been made with red bees wax crayon and coloring pencils.
Margot is not a toy. She’s an art doll intended for gentle play by an adult collector or an older child 10 and up. She obviously loves to be cuddled and held but just like you would be gentle with a real baby, you need to be gentle with her. She’s easy and fun to pose and feels great to hold too.
Margot will go home with most of the clothes and accessories you see in her photos.
- Cloth diaper with snaps.
- Handmade cotton flowery blouse. Made with a resized and modified pattern by Hello Dear Kids
- Handmade linen diaper cover.
- Handmade socks made from actual baby socks.
- Handmade wool felt boots with embroidered detail.
- Hand knitted hat with wooden button closure.
- Handmade cotton footed sleeper. Made with a modified version of pattern by WildMarigold.
- Her duckie friend.
Margot’s adoption fee is 1065 USDollars plus shipping. Shipping inside Mexico is free. Shipping outside Mexico needs to be by a private courier and fully insured because she is a weighted doll. Shipping to the US is 60 USDollars. Other parts of the world will need a revised shipping quote. Customs fees and taxes are the responsibility of the buyer.
A short, 2 month payment plan is available to purchase her. The payments will be divided in 3 parts. However at least 1/3 of the doll’s price needs to be paid upfront, from which 50 Dollars will be taken as a non refundable deposit. If you have any other doubts about the payment plan, just send me a private message.
If you wish to adopt this sweet sensitive baby girl just comment below stating that you would like to adopt her, your country of residence, if you need a payment plan (this won’t affect your chances of adopting her at all), and remember that the email you write should be your PayPal email address. Comments will not be visible to the public, only to me. If you are unsure if your comment went through, just send me a private message and I’ll confirm it to you.
If you wish to see more photos of Margot you can check her album.
You can also see a small video of her here to have a better idea of what she feels like:
I will take entries for Margot until Thursday March 16, 2022 at 6pm CST. If more than one person is interested I will draw a name. Once a family has been chosen I will send a PayPal invoice that is due upon receipt. Please only comment if you are sure you want this doll and you are able to pay for her. If payment is not received in the first 12 hours after I contact the selected family. I will choose a new family.
As always by commenting you agree you are 18 years or older and please do not comment for someone else, that is just not fair for others.
In the event that Margot does not find a home in the time stated above, she will be announced on Instagram and Facebook as ready for adoption and listed in my shop.
Thank you for taking the time to learn a little bit about this sweet emotional baby. I think showing emotions is not a bad thing and all emotions are valid. That might be the bigger reason I made this doll. Consciously or unconsciously, she, like all my babies, is part of me and I’m sure my emotions get mixed up with my art.
Hope you are having a wonderful day.
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