The Competition at BarbieCon

First and foremost – apologies to the owners and artists – I just didn’t get my Lois Lane on very well for this…but after waiting in line, I just wanted to see some eye candy, and name-noting just wasn’t on my agenda. I was just a bit disappointed with the competition, as I am with most convention competitions because of lack of participation – but I do suppose one must weigh the options given all that is booked during such an event as this, and transportation concerns of a multi-thousand dollar vintage Barbie.

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Those that did participate didn’t fall short of putting on a showy display of vintage and holiday themes. The competition is always one of my favorite of convention events because it gives you a chance to see, up close and in person, some beautiful and rare dolls, and extraordinary talent and cheek from the doll artists.

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