>>6645677>Bookshelf? Display cabinet?
Plus table tops, dinning room table, bathroom, walls, and more. If there's an empty spot or corner a doll will take it's space up soon. They are literally everywhere. >Do you display all your dolls at once or no?
I wouldn't be able to. There are just to many. I keep about 50 of them in a large coffin sized wooden create. >Debox or not?
Both. Sometimes a doll looks better in the box, and loses her charm once taken out so she stays in the box. sometimes she looks better out side of the box so she get put on a stand or hung on a wall.
Sometimes I'll buy two sets of the same Disney designer set so I can keep one mint in the box, and get to touch the other
John Lasseter told me to do this in a Toy Store Collection video he posted in 2009 to promote the new Toy story Collection dolls. He said ...>And if you're like me you're going to want to make sure to buy two sets of each toy. One to keep mint in box, and the other to play with.
I think John Lasseter got me into buying two sets of dolls I like. John Lasseter is a true inspiration. Someone you can always look up to.