ABOUT KAREN MOM OF THREE

Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Karen Owen and I am known in the  Dolly World as Karen Mom of Three. I believe strongly in the benefits of doll play.

 Here on my blog I hope to share with you all how you can enhance your doll collections and doll play through crafts, ideas and more.

 I am a mom to 3 boys, one nephew and I have 6 nieces!

At Seattle Store 2013



 I love to create and share craft ideas for 18 inch dolls like American Girl Dolls, Maplelea Dolls,
Harmony Club Dolls, Springfield Dolls, My London Girl, Our Generation, Australian Girl, and more.

I write here on my blog and publish daily but I also write regularly in a few other places:
http://mymapleleamycountrymydoll.blogspot.ca/  is my other Doll Blog.

Doll Diaries.com is a website where I publish a craft Fridays. You can read my bio on their site by clicking here
Other Dolly Sites I write for:


Check out my Make it Monday Posts on Daydream Doll Boutique by clicking here


More about my other writing:

 
http://thebakingladybykarenmomofthree.blogspot.ca/ is my baking blog, where I publish my baking recipes
Other websites I have published my recipes on:

I love to sew, I bake almost every day and I love NASCAR. I also enjoy tea everyday. I do offer doll craft classes, do birthday parties, girl guide events and am available to teach or speak for groups and conferences, references available upon request. For contact information please see below.



HOW TO CONTACT ME:
I love to hear from my readers you can email me anytime at karenmowen@gmail.com!
I have an Etsy Shop click here to go to my shop page
You can find me on Facebook by clicking here
I love to swap doll clothes through the mail, if you are over 18 I highly recommend Swap-bot I have a swap group of great sewers and doll clothes designers contact me if you are interested in joining.
I also am on Pinterest click here to follow me

INTERVIEW REQUESTS: I am always thrilled to give an interview. Email your questions to karenmowen@gmail.com and please include a link to your blog or website



I love to read and I hope you do too. I have dyslexia and have struggled for many years to learn to enjoy reading. I love the American Girl Mysteries and I think you will to, check them out at your local library or purchase them at your local bookstore or second hand book shop.

8 comments:

  1. You have an amazing story, Karen. Even through your struggles, you have accomplished so much in the doll lovers community. It is great having you join our circle of friends at Maru and Friends! :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. I love reading your blog everyday. It really cheers me up. I'm glad there is another adult that enjoys playing with dolls. You are a wonderful friend a the perfect role model. Thanks for all your work. - carol (skippysmom)

    ReplyDelete
  3. I love your blog! I read it every day! It gives me so many great ideas! Keep up the good work! Thanks Karenmomofthree!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Hi Karen I love your blog as all of the others. I am fairly new at this, so I need all the help that I can get. I have one doll and I love to sew for her but again I am a beginner, this keeps me from being stress. Take care and continue to do all that you are doing for beginners like me. Thanks!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Hello Karen! I own a bean bag company and we just launched our new "LiL Me" line of super adorable bean bags for dolls! Would you mind taking a quick look and seeing if you may be interested in doing a review? Thanks for your time!

    http://www.ahhprods.com/bean-bag-chairs/lil-me-bean-bags-for-dolls/

    Jade

    ReplyDelete
  6. Hello Karen, I've been reading through your blog for the last week. I must say you are amazing. All of the blogs you write and participate in plus keeping up with Brandy's creations and Madelon's finds. You are very inspiring.
    I have 7 18" dolls, 2 Our Gen dolls, 1 Tolly Tot and 4 BFC Ink all found in thrift stores. I sew clothes for them from patterns ( adult and children sizes) I find in thrift stores. I have 3 Grand- daughters, I hope with inspiration from your blog that by the time they are old enough to care for these dolls I will have them well set up.
    Thank You so much for everything you do. Colleen

    ReplyDelete
  7. How wonderful to hear from you Colleen! Thank you so much for your kind words! I can not wait to hear how the Grands do with the dolls! Please keep in touch!

    ReplyDelete