Amelie Poulain

Such a special post for today and my first post for 2019! It was so lovely to meet up with Mary, the SO SOPHIE giveaway winner from October last year, and present Amelie! We ended up having so much in common and I even had...

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Καλή Χρονιά Happy New Year

Irinoula and Rodoula are both wearing their traditional Cypriot costumes with pride and are ready for the festivities of the New Year. The water they carry in their clay water pitchers symbolise their pure, innocent souls. The olive branch on Irinoula symbolises peace, ειρήνη in...

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Faye the Garden Fairy

Hello everyone! I hope you are all well. I am happy to say that the weather here in Cyprus has finally cooled down and we have even had a spot of rain. Everything in the garden seems to be greener and happier. It's as if...

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Día de los Muertos

Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, actually takes place over two days, November 1st and 2nd. This tradition originated several thousand years ago from pre-Hispanic cultures in Mexico who believed that the dead were still members of the community and should be...

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Working Girls

Hello everyone! I am so excited to present two of my most recent custom made SO SOPHIE mixed media art dolls. Both of them are members of the SO SOPHIE Working Girls collection! The first one is Leya, who is a lawyer, and the second is...

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