And this happens…

If you’ve read my previous post about my tan PKs (Fairyland PukiPuki) you will know that I just adore them! They may have even instantly became my favourite size although this is really hard to tell at this stage since they are all still completely bald and nude.

It is definitely killing me that my little guys are still hiding out in their boxes while they wait for everything to arrive but I do admit that Lily’s box lives next to my desk and she comes out for a little play every day. Right now she is sitting on my computer as I type this – so cute!

Anyway the point is – not only did Puki Niko sneak into my DDE cart but Puki PongPong may have as well…

I know, I know! I have some serious self control issues but I blame the exorbitant shipping costs to Australia, I am not paying 1/3 of the cost of the doll in shipping fees – instead I will add a second doll. HA! That will show them for charging so much for shipping >.> My logic here is somewhat flawed.

So this means I have somehow ended up with 4 PKs in a VERY short period of time! CRAZY. And I still want a Ruby and since I can’t stop admiring tan Lily’s face I assume a NS version of her will inevitably make her way home but then that is totally it…oh but Ante is super cute too and she would be amazing in NS and what if Fairyland have some sort of awesome unmissable event or release some new sculpts?

There is no end to this madness – and I love it!!!

XoX Cassemina


Teeny Tiny

I think I have a new love…

My Tan Puki’s arrived today and while I thought they would be cute I was not prepared for the complete amazing-ness that is super tiny BJDs. Firstly since all my Pukifees came in boxes that said ‘Puki Puki’ on them, I assumed Fairyland would use the same boxes for Pukis’ too but they don’t! They come in SUPER tiny boxes which I love since I am fast running out of room to store them all.

The girls themselves are just gorgeous – they are pretty much what I expected them to be size wise but I didn’t expect them to be as well proportioned as they are. Their faceups are amazingly delicate for their tiny size however they don’t come with eyelashes which, while understandable, is a little annoying. Ante just doesn’t look right without eyelashes – my one tiny gripe about these dolls!

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Puki Ante and Puki Lily

These dolls have incredible posability! I thought my Pukifees were the champion posers but these little ones – just wow. I don’t know if it’s because of their size which makes them easier to handle or their lighter weight but for me, they are much easier to balance and pose.

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 Also it might have something to do with the fact they have no wig to put them off balance and no clothes to cover their joints…

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That’s right – I am ashamed to admit that in all the excitement of my Puki’s shipping I forgot to actually order them any clothes…or wigs…or shoes. Although it might be for the best since I’m not sure I could handle too much cute at once! At least bald and naked they are not at the maximum cuteness that we all know they can achieve.

DSC05146 copyThese Puki’s impressed me SO much in fact that I immediately disregarded my dolly buying ban and ordered a Puki Niko (in stock at DDE – WOOT!) who will hopefully arrive to join these girls soon. I might also need to add a few more Puki’s to my wishlist – a natural skin Lily, Pipi and Ruby I think.

Turns out you can never have enough tinies!

XoX Cassemina

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I choo-choo-choose you!

The Latest Additions

My latest arrivals are actually the very first BJDs I ever ordered back in November last year! I had just decided to dive into the crazy world of tiny resin dolls and was trying to decide which Lati Yellow to buy when I realized that I couldn’t actually order any since the order period was closed.

The next best thing was a Pukifee so  I took advantage of DDE’s awesome layway policy and ordered a Pukifee Luna – it was the Alice in Wonderland fullset that really caught my attention but since they were all sold out I just ordered a basic version of her. About a week later after browsing endless photographs of all the Pukifees I decided to add a Bonnie to my order as well (it just made sense since I would save so much on shipping and all…).

As you all know however between ordering these two girls and their eventual arrival a LOT of other dolls have turned up – waaaaay more than I had originally planned or even considered!

Anyway I am so happy to add these girls to my collection –


Amy – Pukifee Bonnie

Amy is named after one of my favourite redheads – Amy Adams

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Persephone – Pukifee Luna

I thought the name Persephone would work nicely with her sister – Penelope (Pukifee Mio)

All the girls were being VERY stubborn today (they just wanted to fall over a lot) and the light was fading so more photos will have to wait!

XoX Cassemina


Not sure if you have worked it out already but I have about zero patience…at times it’s in the minuses…yet I still continue to order from Lati doll who I am well aware are waaaay behind on their orders.

My basic order that I placed in November (Nov 1 to be exact) is apparently still in the middle of ‘processing’ according to the not very helpful Lati Q+A. This is after giving me an estimate of early Feb, then middle Feb then…early March.

The main issue I have with Lati is their seemingly random order fulfillment, based on the waiting room on DoA I know that people who have ordered basics weeks AFTER me have had their orders shipped out in Jan – what does this mean Lati!? Shouldn’t you be making these dolls in the order you receive payment or am I just far too logical?

I also know that there are plenty of people who have been waiting far longer than me for their dollies so I definitely shouldn’t be complaining but…I WANT MY DOLLIES NOW!

Aaaaand /rant.

XoX Cassemina

P.S My DDE order arrived last week (Bonnie + Luna) and I can’t wait to introduce them!

Sseiren Dandy Jadu – A Review

My adorable Sseiren Dandy Jadu (limited edition) arrived recently thanks to a lovely fellow dolly collector and I thought I would post my first impressions first before going into a full review.

It’s really interesting how my opinion of her changed over a couple of days.


First Impressions

Sculpt – beautiful face, adorable delicate little nose with big eyes and a mostly neutral/maybe slightly smiley lips

Faceup – GORGEOUS eye makeup with very sweet shaped eyebrows (eyebrows are super important for me, they totally change the entire expression of the doll), nice long lashes and pretty rose lips but for some reason, the artist has decided to give her BRIGHT PINK splotches on her cheeks. I’m talking really bright, obvious pink splotches, like imagine a toddler got into her mother’s makeup and went crazy with blusher style.

Body – It feels light and cheap and is very pink. Looks similar to a Lati body but with an additional torso joint. I can’t get her legs to straighten at all so standing is difficult, her feet look…strange and her hands – OMG her hands! These are so bad they are almost scary, the wrist is super long and the entire hand is over-sized and not human looking. I would very much move her to a different body but her neck hole looks quite large so I don’t think it will be an easy switch and she is far pinker than both Lati’s and Pukifees.

Review (I’ve had her for about 5 days at this point)

Ok so my first impressions about her were not that great, I was pretty disappointed overall actually.

The strange thing is after handling her for a couple of days a lot of her negatives turned into positives…or at least neutrals. She started to really grow on me!

Her sculpt is still one of my favourite things about her – it’s just so adorable and I like how her expression is fairly neutral. Her heavy blusher is still bugging me though and I am seriously considering a new faceup for her but I just love the rest of her faceup and don’t want to risk changing it up too much.

SONY DSCThe Dandy body was incredibly frustrating for me to begin with, having been use to the incredible posability of Pukifees and the nice balance of Lati’s it was very difficult to get use to something very different.

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While it definitely does not have the same ‘weight’ to it compared to my other girls, you don’t really notice it after the initial surprise.

I still have some difficulty getting her to stand and balance but I wasn’t expecting for the body to be actually very very posable, just in a very different way. After spending some more time with her I discovered that the Dandy arms can pull off natural looking poses that my other girls can’t get close to and even the over-sized hands started to look more normal to me.SONY DSC


Star Trek Fan?

I think the main problem I have with my Jadu are her leg joints – they are…interesting.

SONY DSCThey don’t really click into place and just want to flick into a bent position. Which is really how I discovered that Dandy Jadu is fantastic at sitting…

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She is also incredibly cute.


I am too sweet to be offended by your first impressions

I am very very glad I gave her more of a chance, she’s actually a very beautiful doll in her own right. She is extremely photogenic and while she doesn’t quite fit in with my other girls, she has claimed a spot with my Pullips next to my computer.

While I probably wouldn’t buy another Dandy doll in the future I am so glad she is a part of my collection and the more I look at her the more adorable she becomes!

XoX Cassemina