This is kind of a "pulling the curtain back" moment like in the Wizard of Oz. I honestly wondered, how did girls get their dolls to stand up and pose in these great positions when my doll's head seemed too heavy? She'd always fall over. Well, I asked my friends on the social networking site, Blythe Kingdom. Their answer was so so simple and should have been obvious!
To pose a doll you need to prop her up against something and do your best to hide the item. So, it should look as if the doll is standing up on her own! The best items to use are either chopsticks or skewers. I had a ton of BBQ skewers left over from a gathering and pulled mine out. Instantly my girl came to life.
You dig the item into the ground and then strategically prop the doll's head against the other end. Some women use photoshop to get rid of any sign of sticks. I prefer to strategically pose and not have to worry about post editing.
When working on a surface in which you can't dig the stick into the ground, try to use a pencil! This is such an easy solution to help your doll come alive!