Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Elf Antics December 17th

I'm not sure Tuppi was ready for such a big family first off.  She explained that Santa really wants to meet indiviually so there is no mix up when it comes to delivering gifts, but the little ones couldn't wait.

Wren and Wrascal jumped right up on Santa's toy chest, but little Arabella wasn't so sure about that.

Tuppi finally managed to get Wren and Arabella situated but little Wrascal (yeah, that's his name and he really is a rascal!) started to climb on the toys to get to Santa first.

When he jumped on Santa's rocking horse, Tuppi begged him to come down or he'd end up on the Naughty list.  Wrascal told her he asked for one just like this for Christmas and needed to test it out.  Frantic that she'd lose her job, Tuppi pleaded, but Santa just laughed and gave her a wink.  "Boys will be boys!"  I think Tuppi may just put in for another assignment next year.

BTW, in case you're wondering, I've been collecting BJD's (ball jointed dolls) pretty seriously since August of 2018.  All of these particular dolls in this post, including Tuppance, are from the same artist Rose Bbflockling.

I'm linking up to the 7th Annual Elf Antics Linky Party at DL.Art.  Take a pic of your elf and come join the fun.


  1. I think Tuppi had better set some guidelines as this line-up is getting out of hand! One at a time for Santa, please! Your BJD family is gorgeous, Donna, and so much fun!

  2. Wow, your elves are all so expressive and I love their adventures (and their hats!) I don't blame Wrascal for trying out that rocking horse...it was just too tempting. Glad Santa was understanding.

  3. They do have quite an adventure everyday. I love following along in their story.

  4. Those elves can really be a handful. Poor Santa probably needed a nap after that crew left, but Tuppi did a great job. This was almost as crazy as the line for Santa at the mall last weekend, eek! Your dolls are amazing and I love these scenes


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