Happy Birthday Izannah Walker! We are starting this year’s birthday celebration with a video that I filmed this spring for Beyond All Limits March 2020 Virtual Doll Convention. I hope you enjoy learning a bit more about Izannah Walker’s life, her dolls and the clothing they wear. ❤
Please come back at Noon Eastern time, today September 25th, as the dolls and I take a fun look back at the past ten years of our Izannah Walker birthday celebrations!
At 4:00 p.m. Eastern time you are cordially invited to attend this year’s Izannah Walker Birthday Party, here on http://www.izannahwalker.com ❤
To close out Izannah’s 203rd birthday, the dolls invite you to a Sleep over, this evening September 25th, at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time. Change into your nightgown, make a cup of cocoa, and come visit with us for a bit… We promise you sweet dreams of little cloth Izannahs ❤
Tomorrow morning, September 26th at 10:00 a.m. Eastern time, you can get a Behind the Scenes peek at a bit of what goes on in preparation for all of my birthday party posts.
We will finish our 203rd Birthday Celebration tomorrow night, September 26th at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time, with the unveiling of my first reproductions of Sarah Alice. ❤ She is the newest addition to my antique Izannah Walker doll family and dearly beloved by all of her sisters. ❤
4 thoughts on “Hold on Tightly to Your Dreams ~ Happy 203rd Birthday Izannah Walker Part 1”
Dear Paula, How exciting this is – celebrating Izannah’s birthday! Oh, you know how much I love this sweet precious carte de visite. The message that you include with it is just so wonderful. One of my favorite things ever. Just a perfect theme for a birthday party! I’m so excited for all of the birthday festivities! Thank you for all that you do! the photos of the dollhouse are just incredible! So much fun. Love, Susie
Dear Susie, Thank you! The dolls and I talked it over and we decided that Sarah Alice’s portrait was just right ❤ I hope you love everything else that we have planned!
Happy Birthday Izannah!
The excitement mounts! I remember the video from the convention. It is so engaging and informative.
I love the photograph of Sarah Alice.