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Paulette Goodreau Paulette Goodreau is the designer for Goodreau Doll LLC: a company owned and operated by the Goodreau family. She has been sculpting and designing dolls and their costumes for the last four years. She has BFA in art, drawing and painting, from Long Beach State in California. She is also an author and Illustrator.

Web site: www.goodreaudoll.com
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1 Heidi Plusczok’s career blends creativity, love Stephanie Finnegan
2 Making Goodwill Come Alive: Amy van Boxel’s dolls are illuminating Stephanie Finnegan
3 Making Goodwill Come Alive: Amy van Boxel’s dolls are illuminating Stephanie Finnegan
4 Fanciful Flurry: Elizabeth Cooper’s dolls are heart-melting little snowflakes! Stephanie Finnegan
5 Saluting the Zawieruszynskis: Learning the A to Z’s of Doll Artistry Stephanie Finnegan
6 Super Women as Super Dolls: It’s Elementary, My Dear Watson, with IAmElemental Figures Stephanie Finnegan
7 Thrills & Chills: Timid folks might be afraid to read this post. Are you? Stephanie Finnegan
8 Tender Loving Care: Mayra Garza sculpts with an abundance of faith, hope, and love Stephanie Finnegan
9 Monsters United: Lady Gaga makes her Monster High debut as Zomby Gaga Stephanie Finnegan
10 Baby Bounce: From Oprah to your daughter, Andrea Arcello finds inspiration everywhere Stephanie Finnegan
11 Beautiful Dreamers: Looking Back at Some of Sherry Rawn’s Sleeping Cherubs Stephanie Finnegan
12 “So Long, Farewell” to Charmian Carr, forever known as Liesl von Trapp Stephanie Finnegan
13 Lorella Falconi pt. 2: Dolls that blend vintage purity, visionary splendor Stephanie Finnegan
14 Fragile but Fierce: Lorella Falconi’s dolls embody a rainbow of feelings Stephanie Finnegan
15 Artistic Craving: Shawna Clymer’s creations will get under your skin Stephanie Finnegan
16 Whimsical and Wonderful: Find out why Xenis rules the world of wooden dolls Stephanie Finnegan
17 Downton Abbey Divas: Meet the porcelain versions of fan favorites Stephanie Finnegan
18 Outlander Odyssey: Monica Reo’s Claire Randall doll is out of this world Stephanie Finnegan
19 Dream Catchers: The Gorjuss Doll collection lets you fill in the blanks! Stephanie Finnegan
20 Lasting Impressions: Berthe Morisot’s doll paintings are invitations to dream and discover Stephanie Finnegan
21 Who’s Your Dada? Two women might actually be the founding “fathers” of this art movement Stephanie Finnegan
22 Mad About Dolls? Collecting is one excuse for committing Liz Taylor in ‘Raintree County’ Stephanie Finnegan
23 Royal Intrigue: The Secret Behind Dolls, Divas, and the Downfall of Marie Antoinette! Stephanie Finnegan
24 Gals, Guns, and Dolls: A film noir classic zeroes in on a ‘wicked woman’ and her all-seeing doll Stephanie Finnegan
25 Silence Is Golden: Talkin’ up dolls and how they blazed across the 1920s! Stephanie Finnegan
26 Ode to Orlando’s Deceased: Why should we, doll enthusiasts, pray and play loudly? Stephanie Finnegan
27 Wedding Belles: Say “I do” to These Beautiful and Radiant Bride Dolls Stephanie Finnegan
28 Doll Doppelgangers: You’ll be surprised to see who has gained that honor! Stephanie Finnegan
29 Cher and Cher Alike: Happy 70th Birthday, Foxy Lady! Stephanie Finnegan
30 The “Friends” View of Dolls: Are you Monica, Phoebe, or Rachel? Stephanie Finnegan
31 Play Misty for Me: Misty Copeland Becomes a Barbie Stephanie Finnegan
32 A Mother’s Memoir: Gloria Vanderbilt Has Lived Her Life Through Dolls Stephanie Finnegan
33 Myth or Reality? The Rise of the Female Warrior Stephanie Finnegan
34 Future Shock: Robots are here, and they’re just big cuddly dolls, right? Stephanie Finnegan
35 Heart to Heart: A troupe of actors and figural-art creations make theater magic Stephanie Finnegan
36 Make My Day: Make a Doris Day Doll! Stephanie Finnegan
37 Farewell, Patty Duke: A Class Act and a Collector’s Dream Stephanie Finnegan
38 When Doll Love Goes Wrong: A Cautionary Tale Stephanie Finnegan
39 Can You Be a Feminist and a Doll Enthusiast? Stephanie Finnegan
40 Who Was Rosie the Riveter? And Why Does She Matter? Stephanie Finnegan
41 Discover Harper Lee’s Legacy for Collectors, Doll Artists, and American Girls Stephanie Finnegan
42 Toy Fair: Entering the presidential race, doll candidates have something to say about US, us! Stephanie Finnegan
43 Swooning for Superheroes? They’re soaring everywhere at Toy Fair Stephanie Finnegan
44 Like RuPaul Says, Love Yourself . . . and Your Fashion Doll Will Follow Stephanie Finnegan
45 Could You Live Your Doll’s Life? And Should You Want That? Stephanie Finnegan
46 Boy, Oh Boy! Stephanie Finnegan
47 Barbie Blockbuster: Toyland’s Golden Girl Goes for Film Stardom—for real! Stephanie Finnegan
48 Dangerous Curves Ahead: Catwoman Makes Her Mark Stephanie Finnegan
49 Big-Screen Goldmine: Jem and the Holograms are next, but the Cabbage Patch Kids/American Hustle mash-up could be really big! Stephanie Finnegan
50 Leaders of the Pack: Dolls are easy riders and easy on the eyes! Stephanie Finnegan
51 Santa Sanitizer: Is there a clause for germ exemption when you’re handing out dolls and bears? Stephanie Finnegan
52 The Sound of Tweeting: A Carrie Underwood doll, anyone? Stephanie Finnegan
53 Thankful and Delightful: A charming and nostalgic doll salute to Thanksgiving, past and present. Stephanie Finnegan
54 Doll Dilemma: What do you do when your celebrity likeness behaves badly? Stephanie Finnegan
55 Viva Vivien! For her would-be 100th birthday, the late star receives love and admiration. Stephanie Finnegan
56 Ghouls, Gals, and Girl Power: Halloween children who refuse to grow up or grow dull. Stephanie Finnegan
57 Fifty Shades of Red: Fall invites artists to experiment with the autumnal auburn highlights. Stephanie Finnegan
58 Love, Set, Match: Dolls of real-life couples and famous screen pairings make collectors tingle! Stephanie Finnegan
59 Body of Proof: These dolls and pop icons have interesting past and double lives. Stephanie Finnegan
60 Show and Tell: TV dolls say a lot about characters, collectors, and culture. Stephanie Finnegan
61 Dishing About Dolls: Celebs let their hair down and their doll opinions fly! Stephanie Finnegan
62 Boy Toy: Crush-worthy singers are the perfect playthings for gals of all ages. Stephanie Finnegan
63 Conversing over Coffee: A blogger pours out her heart about dolls and caffeine. Stephanie Finnegan
64 The “It Girl” Forever: Mona Lisa has captivated songwriters, historians, and doll artists. Stephanie Finnegan
65 PANdemonium: There is a riot of Peter Pan dolls that invite us to fly and believe. Stephanie Finnegan
66 Icy and Intriguing: Virginie Ropars brings a mature and menacing vibe to the Snow Queen. Stephanie Finnegan
67 “Frozen” Fever: The Internet is heating up with speculation about Disney’s cool fall release. Stephanie Finnegan
68 Ode to Heavenly Heroines: Odette and Gabrielle are OOAK twists on classic characters. Stephanie Finnegan
69 Surf-n-Turf: Getting to the meat of the swimsuit preoccupation of our dolls! Stephanie Finnegan
70 Mod Men: With the show on the brink of 1970 America, Don Draper is no longer buttoned-up and Brylcreemed. Stephanie Finnegan
71 Pretty as a Princess: If Kate’s baby is a girl, expect a kingdom’s worth of dolls to follow! Stephanie Finnegan
72 Graduation Extravaganza: Valedictorians, future superstars, and bizarre figures earn high marks. Stephanie Finnegan
73 Cinderella Charming: The toast of Broadway 2013 has long been a muse to dollmakers. Stephanie Finnegan
74 Heart, hearth, and home: A modern installation and a Jazz Age jewel have much in common. Stephanie Finnegan
75 Bard Beauties: The play is indeed the thing for these Shakespearean-inspired dolls. Stephanie Finnegan
76 Dragon Heart: “Game of Thrones” sets sci-fi geeks’ (and their moms’) imaginations afire! Stephanie Finnegan
77 Party Girl: Madame Alexander’s legacy turns 90 years old, and still going strong! Stephanie Finnegan
78 Perfectly Perky: Shirley Temple turns 85, and her dolls continue to delight collectors. Stephanie Finnegan
79 Frankly Speaking: Anne Frank’s words inspire doll artists and give strength in these “crazy times.” Stephanie Finnegan
80 The Cat’s Meow: Zelda &Scott, the Great Gatsby and fashion fads, are part of doll culture. Stephanie Finnegan
81 Spring Awakening: Bunnies, baskets, babies, and divinely inspired dolls—including the pope—define Easter. Stephanie Finnegan
82 On Your Toes: Madame Alexander keeps dance fans cheering with their ballet beauties and cuties. Stephanie Finnegan
83 Return to Oz: More wizardly and magical dolls crop up along the collectible brick road. Stephanie Finnegan
84 Oooh’s and Ahhh’s: Disney’s Oz: The Great and Powerful dolls are works of wonder. Stephanie Finnegan
85 Toy Fair 2013: Dying for a good time? The Javits Center was alive with wicked and wondrous collectibles. Stephanie Finnegan
86 Worldwide Wonders: Collectors set records with their doll passions and obsessions! Stephanie Finnegan
87 Guys and Dolls: A “manly man” gets in touch with his “Chatty Cathy” side. Stephanie Finnegan
88 On the QT: “Django Unchained” dolls have gone underground and are netting record prices. Stephanie Finnegan
89 Inauguration Ideal: Dolls venerate the highs and lows of the highest office in the land. Stephanie Finnegan
90 Ikea Ideals: Like a well-loved dollhouse, there’s always room for dreams and desires. Stephanie Finnegan
91 Christmas Carnage: How the “Elf on the Shelf” mistakenly got incinerated in my house. Stephanie Finnegan
92 The Half-Time Report, Part II: A look back at the most discussed and commented-upon blogs of July to December Stephanie Finnegan
93 The Half-Time Report: A look back at the most discussed and commented-upon blogs of January to June Stephanie Finnegan
94 Guys and Dolls, Girls and Guns? Do toy trends reflect our world or create our society? Stephanie Finnegan
95 Second Helpings of Wisdom: A banquet of brainy doll talk and witty observations. Stephanie Finnegan
96 Highlands Heroines: Disney’s “Brave” celebrates the strength and spirit of mothers and daughters. Stephanie Finnegan
97 Electoral Collage: Dolls & figures pay tribute to the first president and his colonial peers. Stephanie Finnegan
98 Creature Features: Makies and Mattel provide made-to-order fun. Stephanie Finnegan
99 Monster Mash-up: Dolls and an impending storm create a “FrankenFest” of thrills and chills! Stephanie Finnegan
100 Let’s Get Ready to Rumba: NFL or DWTS? Both are physical, ferocious, and fan favorites. Stephanie Finnegan
 
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