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I finally got the Overalls I wanted for my Patrick Kelly Tribute doll.
Thanks to Alwin Roos  he is complete!!


  1. Love him! Great job. Patrick would love him too.


  2. You're welcome. I have a blog in the works about Patrick.


    1. The blog has been posted.

      Here's the link.

      Thanks for the inspiration. I was going to ask if I could use an image of your tribute doll in the post, but decided to just include a link for "readers" to travel here to see it.


    2. Your article is excellent. You said in words what I could only say in pictures...

    3. Thank you! Your pictures speak volumes.


  3. Found my way here after reading Debbies Blog! I so adored Patrick as a little girl!!!!!! I was young and loved fashion and he was the only one out there at the time that represented me!!!! I remember as a kid lusting after his dresses... Mom would not approve of me wearing those sexy black dresses with bright, colorful, buttons and bows LOL! I must before its all over get one of those dresses... I love this doll are we able to get a custom doll from you and how much would it cost?


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