Monday, June 9, 2014

Thank you for following this blog!

Thank you for following the PUDDLE news blog! This blog is now officially closed. We have transitioned to a Facebook group:
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You can also find news about PUDDLE on various doll forums, including the Dolly Market Forum:
http://forums.dollymarket.net/index.php

And the Dal House Forum:
http://thedalhouse.forumactif.org/

You can receive email updates by emailing jane underscore easterly at hotmail dot com.

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