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My name is Yenna and I’m a Finnish girl completely smitten with dolls. This site is dedicated to my doll hobby, which includes customizing and photographing my dolls as well as sewing and storytelling. Though I’m less active in the hobby now than I used to be, most of my old content is viewable on the page, including stories and photos.

I own dolls from different materials in different sizes and shapes. I mostly collect Ball-jointed Dolls, Dollfie Dreams and Azones. The contents of the site (gallery & story sections mainly) may include nudity, alcohol, violence and adult situations that might be harmful to younger children.

I am pro-artist and only support legit dolls. Recasts are not welcome in my hobby.

Hope you enjoy ( ゚▽゚)/


Do check out my blog that updates much faster and with more random content & my Etsy shop as well: 

        

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May 1st, 2018

Finally got the site up and running again. There are still edits to be made here and there, some story related pages to add and updates to my doll crew, but nothing major right now.

Unfortunately parts of the site are a little heavy to load (such as the gallery, for obvious reasons), so a desktop/laptop is recommended. I also still have some kinks to fix for smaller screens on mobile devices but I’m not sure if I’ll ever get to that. I’m self-taught in this area and not that great at it, so there are some issues I’m aware of but don’t know how to fix. (ノ´ー`)ノ

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Do check out the profile pages for resin dolls, Dollfie Dreams and Azone, if you’re interested in learning more about my dolls/characters.

About bootlegs in the hobby

 
I’d like to take a moment to address a growing problem in the hobby: counterfeit dolls. They are widely known as recasts, but that word doesn’t quite have the right emphasis to it. You can also call them bootlegs, fakes, knock-offs or copies. But no matter what you call them doesn’t change the fact that they are illegal copies made by a third party and sold for their profit.
 
What makes them such a big problem is that they are cheap and readily available from ebay, aliexpress, taobao and independent sites that will pop-up on google when you search for general BJD shops. They are an easy purchase to make if you are not aware of what they are, or if you are purposedly buying them. There are many reasons for buying bootlegged dolls, but it doesn’t change the fact that by purchasing them, you are supporting illegal and unethical business practises, instead of the artists that make these dolls and deserve our love and respect. (more…)

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