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Well, we’re getting down to crunch time. The holidays are in full swing. The house is decorated, the majority of the gifts have been acquired, cards have been sent out and many of the packages have been wrapped. With Christmas a mere week away, there are still a few things left to do. Cookies will soon be made, a few last-minute gifts will be shopped for and the remaining presents will be wrapped up and placed under the tree. Everything is falling into place.

Barbie Decks The Halls

Barbie Decks The Halls

Today’s model  is Gorgeous Greetings Happy Birthday Angel Barbie. She is wearing the blouse from BFMC Teacher silkstone Barbie, a  plaid skirt of unknown origins, silkstone Barbie’s black hose and a pair of boots from one of the holiday Barbie dolls. The “decked out hall ” in the background is actually the mirror over my fireplace mantle that is draped in artificial pine garland and laden with a multitude of holiday ornaments, lights, glass icicles and acrylic “crystal” bead garlands. A half-strength flash with a gauze filter was used to light the scene.

Fa La La La La, La La La La!

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I’ll admit it, I’m a fan of the Austin Powers movies. Mike Myers always cracks me up ’til I just about cry and I’m a sucker for the fashions. The ladies in these movies are awesome: Elizabeth Hurley as Vanessa Kensington, Heather Graham as Felicity Shagwell and Beyoncé as Foxxy Cleopatra. Eye candy galore- what a great foil for laugh out loud comedy. The subject of today’s photo shoot unintentionally reminded me of Miss Foxxy Cleopatra. Maybe it’s time to check out those Austin Powers movies again soon.

Shagadelic Barbie

Shagadelic Barbie

Our model is Celebrate Disco AA Gorgeous Greetings Barbie’s head transplanted onto an Artsy Fashionista body. She is wearing the original Celebrate’s earrings, Artsy’s dress and sunglasses, Tarina Tarantino’s lacey stockings, Butterfly Art Barbie’s bracelet, random Barbie shoes, butterfly hair accents and cuff bracelet (I’ve had them all so long – I can’t remember where they’re from) and the necklace is a thin doll neckchain through a fabric covered button. My Foxxy gal is posing on an oversized clothespin found at TJ Maxx and the background is a sheet of posterboard from Staples.

Oh, Behave!

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