He tino maere! Ko te makawe he maeneene rawa me te matotoru me nga mea kanapa nga tae. Kaore te haunga kino. He pai ake te kounga i te tumanako. Ka tino hokona e ahau etahi atu Blythes hei taapiri i taku kohinga!
He aha te take e aroha ai a tatou kaihoko
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Hei tangi, e kore e taea e au te korero mo nga kaihokohoko nei. Mena ka taea e au te tohu mo te rua tekau nga whetu, ka pai ahau. I kii a Jenna ka riro mai i a au nga mea katoa e hiahia ana au, he mea nui ake hoki, ina koa ki te ratonga kiritaki kounga me te kounga. He hou ahau ki a Blythe me a Jenna i awhina mai i ahau mai i te timatanga, kaore ano e ngenge i aku patai kaore e mutu. I puta ake a ia i nga mea katoa e rapu ana au, kia mahia ai e ia. He pono ano tetahi o nga pepeti a Blythe kei te heke mai o taku tuahine. Ka mihi atu ki a Jenna me te rangatira, he pai te kaainga a Sadie ka riro ko koe anake te ingoa ka kii ahau mo te whakahau i a Blythe.
He aha te take e aroha ai a tatou kaihoko
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Ko te taakaro ataahua, he tino koa ahau ki a ia! Kaore e taea e au te whakapono ko te tino pai o ia. Kaore i whakaatuhia e te whakaahua tona ataahua. Nga mihi nui kia koe mo te kaari, i tae mai mo te ra whanau o taku tamahine. Ka tino tūtohu ahau koinei te Blythe ki te katoa.
The first Blythe Dolls were created by Allison Katzman in 1972. They were then produced by the toy firm, Kenner, but gained little popularity among children and production was stopped after just one year. As a result, the dolls made during this early spell gained a cult following and now sell for thousands of dollars.
Gina Garan, a photographer and producer from New York, is central to the revival of Blythe Dolls. In the late 90s, she popularized the dolls globally, particularly in Japan, after publishing the book This Is Bltyhe, along with later works, Blythe Style, Hello Blythe! a Susie Says. These showcased her dolls in a range of fashion shots with exotic and artistic backdrops.
Today, Blythe Dolls have a huge following worldwide. Whether you want to share your ideas and creations with an ever growing community of collectors, or you want to develop your photography through your unique ideas and designs, Blythe Dolls make the perfect models and muses, as well as wonderful gifts for family and friends.
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Blythe Dolls are a stylish generation of fashionable, high quality and highly individualized dolls. Characterized by oversized heads and great big eyes, these waif-like figures stand 12 inches (30cm) tall. Their enchanting eyes change both colour and gaze with the pull of a string to match a specific mood, personality or outfit.
They also have moveable body parts and you can buy extra hands for a variety of gestures. You can adapt and customize Blythe Dolls with an enormous choice of clothing and all kinds of accessories. You can also find patterns to sew your own outfits.
These adorable dolls have unique charm and appeal.
There’s an entire world of Blythe additions: bags, hats, shoes, jewelry. Take a look konei.
How to Customize a Blythe Doll
Regular Neo Blythe Dolls are great if you plan to modify the stock look, or if you want to hoko tou ake oko a kakahu for them. In this way, it does not take away from the collector’s resale value and reduces some of the stress for those who are new to doll modification.
Here are some types of advanced customization:
Te wewete, te tango i te koti o waho o te ahua o te kanohi me te ahua, te whakahou
Purchasing various eye chips
Adding additional pull cords so that one closes the eyes (called a sleeping pull cord) and the other changes them
Carving using Dremels to change the shape of the face and lips or using Sculpey to change the esthetic of the face
Rerooting Blythe’s hair
There are times when Blythe customization can get complicated — they can take days to customize in some cases. Don’t have time to customize one? Visit our Rae Rangatira Ritenga section to browse custom Blythe Dolls and see if you like one. Each custom doll listed on our page is completely unique.
Evolution Timeline of Blythe Dolls
1972 Kenner – 70s’ look dolls 2000 TBL Factory – parts that employees took and reassembled 2001 BL – Neo Blythe posable eyes and legs, boggled eyes, some matte faces 2002 EBL – Excellent Blythe – posable legs, no longer with boggled eyes – softer eye gaze 2004 SBL – Superior sparklier eyes and based on original Kenner design 2006 BBL – Radiance Blythe – more childlike face and modified head 2009 FBL – Fairest Blythe – fuller cheeks, semi-matte skin, larger eye pupils 2013 RBL – Radiance Blythe Plus – slight modifications to face and thinner plastic 2014 FG – Factory Girl model – modern factory version 2019 PBL – Premium Blythe Dolls Full Set – improved quality new dolls, some with carved lips and sleepy eyes feature
How Much Is A Blythe Doll?
When searching, you may see nude regular Blythe dolls starting from $49. Original release Blythe dolls from 1972 start at $3500 because of their rarity. Modern Ngā Putea Ritenga Ritenga range from $180-$6500 depending on the artist and level of customization.
If you buy a Blythe Doll today, it will most likely triple in value in a few years. Some of our dedicated doll collectors on Koinei te Blythe have collected an incredible 2000 dolls! They are a great investment opportunity whether you are a collector or a customizer.
Blythe Dolls are Ideal for:
Movie & animation studios
Drawing & painting
Children’s birthday gifts
Displays & fairs
Tips for Newbies Buying Their First Blythe Doll
If you are new to the Blythe world, our dolls make sense because:
They’re available at right price point
You can browse and see how much you’d like to invest in a collection
If you buy your Blythe Doll and products on our website, you will avoid expensive, smelly and broken dolls that are sold elsewhere.
Every day, new customers come to us complaining that the dolls they bought from other websites and shops smell bad and are made from cheap plastic. Our dolls and products do not have unpleasant odors. They do not smell of plastic or chemicals. And our high quality doll hair is not dirty or faded. When buying from us, you are also buying a quality handmade fiber hair wig that will last a lifetime.
Customers also tell us that some companies did not ship their dolls at all. We also received complaints that there were hidden fees, high customs charges and taxes, as well as difficulty receiving their packages.
Our products are fully tested and tried, then shipped.
That’s our guarantee.
This is us,
Koinei te Blythe
Kia mahara kaore e taea e koe te kawe i te kawenga ki te hoko koe i to hua Blythe i nga waahi pera me te nui o nga paehokohoko e-commerce me etahi atu whare taonga i hangaia.