Amazing how long it takes to make the simplest changes sometimes. I've had my embroidery machine for a few months now, but every time I made a batch of dolls, they went right out the door to a craft show and then most of them didn't come home.
Which is a very good thing, but when I'm supposed to keep up with Etsy as well as in-person events, not so much. The custom doll listing still had the photos from when I hand embroidered the faces, and after explaining to several buyers that the dolls no no longer looked precisely like the photos, I knew I had to get myself together and update my pictures.
Problem solved. I had a few girls left post-Christmas and just made a new batch to drop off to stores this coming week. I also did something logical and added a photo showing the 3 skin tones available for dolls, instead of just explaining that they can be made in light, medium or dark. It's easier to say that hair is available in light and dark blonde, red, brown and black (plus fun colors), but everyone's idea of skin tones can vary. This will hopefully clear up most questions.
Is there any other information you think should be included in the listing?