My Wonder Frog I've named Lily on a recent trip to a flower park/arboretum here in my country Slovenia. The sweet thing attracted quite a bit of attention whenever I took photos of her next to blooming flowers, little lakes and ponds, roots of trees, etc. People would stop in their tracks and whisper: "Oh, look, a cute frog!" She'd then look back at them with interest, blinking ocassionaly. *laugh*
Due to her small size she was easy to photograph and seemed to enjoy walking on grass and playing by the stream. She looked very much at home. I dressed her into a white summer-y outfit so she'd stand out in the pictures more. On her feet are orange All-Star sneakers by Blythe but because of the socks underneath they actually don't fall off. Yay!
Wonder Frog is a 15 cm (almost 6'') tall soft plastic Japanese doll made by Oshare Kaeru of Studio Qoo. The doll can move its head, arms and legs a bit and can turn in the waist. Since she doesn't come with any outfits, most owners sew and handknit their own clothes for Wanda (the name Oshare Kaeru gave the frog). It's up to the owner to decide whether their Wonder Frog is male or female. ^^ I've seen people sew lovely clothes for both genders. So cute! And Studio Qoo does provide a few extra accessories such as adorable black shoes ("otama-kutu") and a red and a black mask/shades, just to name a couple.