Some Info For Eye Candy Lovers

Do you love looking at photos for inspiration?  I know that I do.  The first thing that I usually do when I am thinking about a new outfit is to go back and look at past ensembles that I have made.

Did you know that you can also go back and look at my original sales page from each ensemble that I have made (starting from March 2014)?

This is how:

  1. Go to my website.
  2. Click on the tab at the top titled “Slideshows“.
  3. Click on the doll’s photo that you’d like to see photos for.
  4. On this page you will see one or more slideshows going on.  (If the slideshow moves too fast for you, you can click on the circles underneath each slideshow to move backwards and forwards within the slideshow.)  If your cursor arrow turns into a hand icon when it is on a certain photo, you can click and go to the original page from when that particular ensemble was for sale.  Remember that this feature is only available for my ensembles created starting from March 2014.

When I first started my website, I signed up for a one year contract because I wasn’t sure if I would like selling my outfits from a website.  Well, it has worked out, so last spring I renewed my contract for 5 years and I was able to get unlimited pages for my website.  What this means is that I can keep those original pages for viewing which makes me happy.

🙂 🙂 🙂

So, try it out, if you’d like.  I hope my photos inspire you today.

To get you started here’s a photo from a year ago.  If you click HERE, you will get taken to the original sales page on my website.

a rosy autumn 928

10 thoughts on “Some Info For Eye Candy Lovers

  1. Cindy Rice Post author

    Everything I knit is from my own notebook. (I have a very hard time following other peoples patterns.) I write everything down and make changes for different dolls and different yarns from past knitting that I’ve done. If you’d like to learn the process you can knit my American Girl cardigan and then change yarn weight, needle size, and stitch counts.

    1. Cindy Rice Post author

      Awww, thanks so much, Sharon. BTW, I am sure you could knit, it just takes a bit of practice, and of course, loving the process otherwise it gets tedious. For some reason I love the feel of natural animal fibers, so it is a joy. I cannot wear wool and alpaca though; I am terribly uncomfortable in it, itchy scratchy and all that.


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