The question is simple: Who Wears It Best? You vote to help us decide and one lucky participant will receive an 18 Inch American Girl® Doll and custom outfit made by aleksandrajones Market seller Laura Griffith. You can see more of Laura's work directly in her Etsy shop (Love From Lola). Be sure to leave a comment below and thank Laura for contributing such a beautiful dress to this week's Mod Doll Monday!
More About Z Yang: According To The American Girl Site: The 18" Z doll has warm brown eyes that open and close, and a beauty mark on her left cheek. Her dark-brown hair can be brushed and styled. She has a huggable cloth body, and her movable head and limbs are made of smooth vinyl. She comes with The Real Z paperback book, plus a fun camera-ready outfit: A crewneck printed tee with a camera graphic. A gray twill skirt with a turned-up hem. Soft and stretchy indigo leggings. Casual shoes with a bit of sparkle
More About Mary Ellen: According To The American Girl Site: Imaginative Maryellen Larkin™ has hazel eyes that open and close, and her long strawberry-blond hair is worn in a high ponytail with sideswept bangs. She comes in an authentic 1950s outfit:A striped dress with a sweetheart neckline, tailored bows, and a full skirt. An aqua lacy-knit shrug monogrammed with her initial. Black Mary Jane shoes. An aqua ribbon bow on a ponytail holder for her hair. The 18" Maryellen doll has a huggable cloth body, and her movable head and limbs are made of smooth vinyl. She comes with The One and Only: A Maryellen Classic 1 book.
More about the Custom Dress: This adorable version of the Thimbles & Acorns 1830s Sarah Hale Dress pattern was carefully made by seamstress Laura Griffith. You can see more of Laura's work (and buy some nice items) at her Love From Lola shop on Etsy.
About This Week's Contest: To learn how you can be featured on a Mod-Doll Monday Contest like Laura, join our Make Sell Grow Facebook group where we help you use aleksandrajones Patterns as the basis of your online business.
Make Your Own: Like the look and want to make your own? This pattern is available for several doll sizes:
Vote Now & Enter To Win: You enter through the entry form that is embedded on this page and appears just below this paragraph, if you don't see it, be sure to visit the page from your desktop or an alternate browser such as Google Chrome. It may not appear on all mobile devices. The complete rules and entry details appear on the entry form. This is not a comment contest - in other words leaving a comment on the bottom of this page is not an official entry method. The only required entry method is to vote in the poll to help us decide who models it best. The doll with the most votes will be given away with the Liberty Jane outfit. One person will receive one of the dolls and the outfit. You can enter once, or gain multiple entries by completing the other entry methods, and increase your chances of winning. Please review all Terms and Conditions on the giveaway page before entering. While we wish we could run this contest everywhere, for legal reasons it is only open to eligible residents of the U.S. and Canada, not including Rhode Island. This contest is exclusively endorsed by Liberty Jane Clothing and aleksandrajones. Not endorsed by or affiliated with American Girl®a Rafflecopter giveaway
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We'd love to hear from you. Leave a comment and tell us - who wears it best! And be sure to thank Laura for giving away such a beautiful dress!
The aleksandrajones Team