The tiniest prints make the sweetest doll dresses…Riley Kish shows you how…

There is nothing so adorable as a tiny little print on a tiny little doll. When the scale of the print is in line with the size of the doll it just seems like everything works better. I have my fair share of itty bitty prints and have used most of them on Riley, a sweet little 7 1/2″ doll, by Helen Kish. Being so small, it was always a challenge to find that perfect print that would work for her. I thought I’d show you some of Riley’s outfits and we’d have a “Tiny Fashion Show!”

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I hope you enjoyed seeing these little bitty dresses.

See you tomorrow,
Blessings, Jeanne

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  1. I certainly enjoyed seeing them, Jeanne. Love the last one with three different colors of the same print and Riley dressed in red with a straw hat! Since Ten Ping is only 1/2″ taller than Riley, I think you’ll find a use for any leftover tiny prints.
    I’m sure you’re having fun, so PLEASE DON’T TAKE TIME TO ANSWER THIS!!!!!

    • Jeanne W says:

      Hi Jevne,
      We drove till 1am this morning before finding a hotel. We are back on the road again and have about 2 hours to go!
      We might be helping decorate the barn after all.
      Thanks,
      Blessings, Jeanne

  2. My favorite is the green dress with apron and collar with pink flowers..so pretty! I also like the last dress too..so cute!!

    • Jeanne W says:

      Ho Regina,
      That was a little vintage hankie I got at a nearby antique shop. I just loved it with the green fabric.
      We have 1 more hour to go!
      Blessings, Jeanne

  3. LOVE the last one multicolor tiny rose print…just so cute on Riley.
    I’ll bet you could make a sandal like those yellow ones with the ultrasuede for ten ping too
    We helped with a wedding in a big barn too…in Kansas…the guys wore new dark blue jeans, blk tux jackets and cowboy hats…the bride wore a white eyelet dress and white boots.The bouquets were Wheat Weavings, awesome. They are real cowboys so it fit right in ….was a great wedding
    Have fun!!

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