24 November 2008

Lava Girl Returns to Award a Prize!

Remember Lava Girl?



Well, I entered her in a contest and won best homemade costume.

Remember Nana Star?



Well, she's the prize. And since we already have the doll, I asked if I could give the prize away. So, if you have a smallish child who would like a charming doll whose clothes come off and who fits into the Groovy Girls clothes, leave me a comment by the end of the day on Wednesday the 26th, and I'll make a random pick.

25 comments:

She She said...

It was an awesome costume.

My Nora would love Nana Star.

PicaboMama said...

Violet would love to welcome a new friend. Lava Girl is so generous!

Bethany said...

Random comment! Loved that costume, glad you got recognized for it.

FreshHell said...

Ooh me, me, me!! Or, rather, my kid, my kid, my kid! She loves GGs and have quite a number of fashionable outfits for Nana. The costume deserves to win - it is awesome. Congrats!

Vodka Mom said...

my two bitches are too big for the doll, can I just send them over for a can of ass-whooping??? please???

Rima said...

Can you throw out Vodka Mom's comment and enter me twice?

(Just kidding, Vodka Mom, you know I love you ;)

kathy a. said...

it was a great costume!

jen said...

not surprised in the least...

i am very mary said...

I remember Lava Girl, but the rest of what you posted? it was like a foreign language. omg. am I oldish?

phd in yogurtry said...

anything for a second look at the lovely lava girl. but remove me from the drawing, thanks. my girls are just over the age.

susan said...

An awesome comment and generous impulse! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, btw.

Kyla said...

Throw KayTar's name in, too.

Congratulations!

Eva said...

Very fun!

Nora loves to denude and undenude dollies!

Lady M said...

Rockin' costume! You and Lava Girl deserved to win.

No little girls in our house, so I'll the others enjoy.

Ozma said...

Yay! Congrats. I remember being impressed with that costume. Your girl is such a pretty Lava Girl. I love her smile--she looks so happy right there.

My daughter is smallish (4 1/2). She plays with dolls. Actually, she loves Groovy Girls...

(Occasionally, she insists that she is a boy, not a girl but then she still plays with dolls and says things like "I'm a boy! I'm only playing with this doll because she'll be lonely!' She'd love it, I'm sure.)

Julia said...

Can I still call my 6 1/2 year old smallish? Tough to say, what with the perfect cartwheels on my family room floor and discussions of schema as it pertains to her memories of her very early childhood (not kidding-- they have been learning about that in school, and she said it like it's the most normal thing to say at dinner; metacognitive skills ahoy). But she would still love a new and sweet doll.

Julia said...

Oh, and duh! Congratulations-- awesome costume. You rock rather hardcore.

Furrow said...

Congratulations on the prize! You deserve it. But don't enter me in the drawing. Z is not yet into dolls, and I fear she won't ever be. She's so rough! Just like her mama.

Marmite Breath said...

Congrats on the prize! I bet Lava Girl is all sorts of thrilled!

If I win the doll, I'm going to give her to my niece, Megan, who I think would love her muchly.

wrh said...

Yeah buddy!

My girl would LOOOOOVE that!

Lori said...

I think Tessa would proclaim Nana Star "To Die For."

You're very kind, as is Lava Girl.

slouching mom said...

congratulations!

painted maypole said...

as well you should have won! nice job!

as for nana star,mq would, of course, love her

Mad said...

An award well deserved.

Also, pick me! Pick me! Um, I mean Miss M would love to enter the contest.

nonlineargirl said...

As the parent of a smallish girl who likes to take clothes off her dolls, I will throw my hat in the ring. Congratulations on winning for the costume you made - nice work!